This is Congresswoman Maxine Waters:

“We’re looking for a guilty verdict. “

“We’re going to stay in the street, we’re going to fight for justice, I am very hopeful and I hope that we’re going to get a verdict that says guilty, guilty, guilty, and if we don’t we cannot go away.”

“Oh no, not manslaughter, this is guilty for murder.”

“As far as I’m concerned it’s first-degree murder.”

Yes, I know that Maxine Waters is one of the stupidest people ever elected to any office anywhere.

That is totally irrelevent.

This is a sitting Member of Congress, a legislator in the United States Federal Government, who is inciting a mob to intimidate a jury into delivering a verdict that is not based on evidence and isn’t even something he is charged with.

If the jury fails to deliver her desired verdict, she has encouraged people to riot.

This is ridiculously dangerous.  As stupid as she is, people listen to her.

The media will ignore this and she will never be held to account for this, but we have long-serving people in our highest levels of government engaging in jury intimidation through mob rule.

This is he end of our judicial system.

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By J. Kb

8 thoughts on “Sitting Member of Congress encourages mob violence for the purpose of jury intimidation”
  1. And I bet she has a protective detail to keep her safe and snug should the crowd she’s in decide to get rowdy.

  2. She’s done it all her career. If memory serves, she riled up the indigenous population after Rodney King.

    I was driving down a road and passed a Presbyterian church that had “no justice, no peace” on its street sign. As if Jesus was all about justice as they think.

    They will push and push and eventually it’ll be weapons free. At that point, her loud mouth will save no one.

    1. I recently rewatched National Geographic’s “LA 92” documentary (1hr 53 mins on Youtube) and lo and behold, there’s Maxine Waters, front and center, pouring gas on the fire DURING the riots. What she said last night was almost identical to her message in 1992.

  3. “This is a legitimate grievance and people are angry.” – – lefty I have to interact with, when asked if she thought this was impeachable

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