California Rep. Maxine Waters, a woman for whom stupidity knows no bounds, suggested this week that conservatives who believe in free markets, sovereignty and the rule of law, among other things, want to kill her.
“I think we should focus on domestic terrorism also,” she asked terrorism experts during a House hearing Wednesday. “So I would like to ask again, given all that you have said about how difficult it is and about privacy concerns, do you have any thoughts about what can we do to begin to deal with the KKK, the white nationalists, the extremists, the alt-right?”
That was a fair enough question, I suppose, given that white nationalists and extremists do present a threat to the American people. Though to be clear, they represent only a meager 0.03 percent of the population, according to Roger L. Simon of PJ Media.
But it’s what Waters said next that ought to concern anyone who believes the mentally disturbed should not be serving in Congress.
“They’re on the Internet, they’re Breitbart — if you look at the YouTube, you see how much they want to kill me and others,” she said. “What can we do?”
Wait, what? Breitbart is a highly respected conservative news organization read by millions of Americans, including yours truly, a legal East Indian immigrant-turned-citizen who’s certainly not a white supremacist.
And if someone were to ask me why I read Breitbart, I’d tell them that it’s because I appreciate the news organization’s dedication to traditional conservative values — and not because I’m an extremist who secretly desires to kill Ms. Waters.
Listen to Waters’ wacky claim below:
Notice how she also lumped YouTube into the alleged assassination plot against her.
Interestingly, when I searched YouTube for the phrase “someone needs to kill Maxine Waters,” I found nothing but videos of her claiming conservatives want to kill her. Go figure.
Here’s the truth: No reasonable conservative, including those who read Breitbart and peruse YouTube, want to hurt Ms. Waters, as doing so would violate our belief in the sanctity of life.
Personally, however, I wouldn’t mind seeing her be institutionalized — because, I swear, every time I listen to her speak, I lose at least a billion brain cells. Heck, it makes me wonder if maybe she’s trying to kill me. (That’s a joke, Congresswoman.)
H/T PJ Media