Mad Maxine went off the rails last weekend, committing a clear case of sedition (watch the video here) against the duly elected Trump cabinet, it’s already coming back to bite her.
Within hours of her seditious behavior, a petition to have her removed from Congress began.
The law for sedition on the books defines it even more clearly, and Mad Maxine is clearly in violation of it.
18 U.S. Code § 2384 – Seditious conspiracy
If two or more persons in any State or Territory, or in any place subject to the jurisdiction of the United States, conspire to overthrow, put down, or to destroy by force the Government of the United States, or to levy war against them, or to oppose by force the authority thereof, or by force to prevent, hinder, or delay the execution of any law of the United States, or by force to seize, take, or possess any property of the United States contrary to the authority thereof, they shall each be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than twenty years, or both.
Judicial Watch filed Monday an ethics complaint against Rep. Maxine Waters for “inciting violence and assaults on the Trump Cabinet,” according to Tom Fitton, president of the watchdog organization.
The group sent a hand-delivered letter to the chairman and co-chairman of the House Office of Congressional Ethics calling for an investigation into whether the California Democrat violated House ethics rules by encouraging violence against Trump Cabinet members.
Ms. Waters made her remarks Saturday during a rally in Los Angeles, during which she entreated participants to “push back” on Trump staffers in public places such as restaurants or gas stations.
“In encouraging individuals to create ‘crowds’ who will ‘push back’ on President Trump’s Cabinet members at private business establishments and in seemingly trying to prevent these Cabinet officials from obtaining basic necessities without fear of assault and violence, Rep. Waters seems to be violation of House rules,” Mr. Fitton wrote.
He specifically cited House Rule 23, clause which requires lawmakers and others within the House to behave ‘in a manner that shall reflect creditably on the House.”
Mr. Fitton has requested that the Office of Congressional Ethics conduct a “preliminary investigation” into the matter.
“Rep. Maxine Waters incited violence and assault against members of President Trump’s Cabinet,” he said in a statement. “It is urgent that the House ethics quickly act to hold her accountable for this dangerous incitement.”
Democrats even recognized what she did was wrong, which is in and of itself shocking. Watch below.
As well, Waters flipped out during a recent House debate when Pennsylvania Rep. Mike Kelly had the audacity to suggest the country needed to shift focus from what divides to what unites.
“We are trying to make sure we are making America great every day in every way and the best way to do that is to stop stalking about discrimination and start talking about the nation,” Kelly said Tuesday, directing his comments to Waters. “We’re coming together as a people, in spite of what you say.”
Committee chairman Tom McClintock reminded lawmakers to direct comments to him, rather than each other, before yielding to “the gentlelady from California.”
Waters, being a charter member of the Klan With a Tan, would have none of that, and went off on a tirade that nobody but Mad Maxine could do.
Ignoring the request, Mad Maxine immediately attacked Kelly, pointing to her special double victim status as a race-baiting black woman.
Going off on a racist rant that would make any Grand Dragon of the KKK blush in inferiority, Mad Maxine’s infamous chasm of a mouth begin spewing stereotypical Democrat-Communist hate.
“Mr. Kelly, please do not leave. Because I want you to know that I am more offended as an African American woman than you will ever be. And this business about making America great again, it is your president that’s dividing this country,” she said.
“And don’t talk to me about the fact that we don’t understand … that’s the attitude that’s been given toward women time and time again.”
Kelly attempted to chime in, but Waters refused to yield for a response. McClintock reminded Waters to direct her remarks to him, and she ignored the request a second time.
“I respect the chair, but don’t stop me in the middle when you didn’t stop him in the middle, and so I shall continue,” Waters said, turning back to Kelly. “Don’t you dare talk to me like that and think that somehow women don’t understand what goes on on the floor of automobile dealers.”
McClintock again requested that Waters respect the rules, which sent the 79-year-old charter member of the Klan With a Tan into a tirade about Trump.
“I don’t appreciate that you did not interrupt him when he was making those outrageous remarks about him knowing more about discrimination than I know about discrimination,” Waters shouted. “I resent that and I resent the remark about making America great again.
“He’s down here making a speech for this dishonorable president of the United States of America. Having said that, I reserve the balance of my time. And no, I do not yield, not one second to you,” she yelled at Kelly.
Apparently forgetting what she just said, Mad Maxine repeated her last line.
“Not one second,” she shouted. “Not one second to you.”
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