Maxine Waters Vows To “Confront” Justice Kavanaugh

Maxine Waters has long ago become one of the most despicable people in the House of Representatives. I hope she keeps it up and even doubles down on her off-the-charts comments because it helps strengthen our troops by adding to our numbers every day.

Maxine Waters: Well, first of all, as we go through life we’re going to have the good times and we’re going to have the not so good times. Even if you’re feeling a little down, get a good night’s rest and get up and get ready to go all over again. Never stop. That is what we have to do with what happened to Kavanaugh and this confirmation process. It was heartbreaking, but I think women are not going to recede. Women are going to continue to confront what took place in that confirmation and him. He won’t rest easy in his job.

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Rep. Maxine Waters (D., Calif.) said over the weekend that women have to rest from the “heartbreak” of Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court so they can work to keep him from resting easy.

In a clip flagged by the NTK Network, Waters told Black Hollywood Live that those feeling dejected about Kavanaugh should remember that times will get better. Specifically, she called on women not to “recede” even though Kavanaugh has become a justice on the Supreme Court.

“It was heartbreaking. But I think women are not going to recede,” Waters said. “Women are going to continue to confront what took place in that confirmation and him. And he won’t rest easy in his job.”

Kavanaugh has apparently not rested easy since the confirmation process got underway, as he was accused of various sex crimes by multiple women who came forward just before the Senate was set to hold a vote on his confirmation. Kavanaugh denied the allegations, none which could be corroborated by those named as witnesses, leading many feminist activists and critics of his judicial philosophy to ramp up protests.

Despite forcing Republican officials out of restaurants, issuing threats, and banging on the Supreme Court door, Kavanaugh has joined the nation’s highest court. More

Maxine Waters advocates violence and threatens people in high offices. How could all that poison and stupidity be wrapped up in just one person? Tell me again how she keeps getting elected?

I doubt that she would ever allow herself to be in a position to be publicly confronted, but should somebody give her a taste of her own medicine?

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