Maxine Waters is in hot water for visiting Minneapolis last weekend and inciting violence ahead of the verdict in the George Floyd trial.
Some members of Congress are trying to remove her for inciting violence.
And jaws dropped when Trey Gowdy went on Fox News and used these three words to describe Maxine Waters’ recent calls for violence.
Maxine Waters attended a protest in Minneapolis this past weekend ahead of the verdict in the George Floyd trial, where she incited violence by telling Black Lives Matter to get more “confrontational” if the jury would have failed to convict officer Derek Chauvin.
In fact, within hours of Maxine Waters’ calling for violence, two members of the Minneapolis National Guard were injured after terrorists opened fire on the group.
Former Congressman Trey Gowdy appeared on Fox News the following day, where he ripped Maxine Waters for her comments and urged the public to ignore everything she says.
“Dana, you got Cedric Richmond and so many of my colleagues I never agreed with on anything but they would say because they’re lawyers they would say let’s respect the system,” Gowdy stated. “You are welcome to disagree with the verdict but creating more innocent victims does nothing to honor the memory of George Floyd.”
Gowdy went on to highlight Maxine Waters’ history of using incendiary rhetoric, such as how she defended the 1992 riots in Los Angeles following the Rodney King trial.
After telling Americans to just ignore Waters, Gowdy then used three words to describe her comments that made jaws hit the floor.
“Maxine Waters has a history of speaking and saying what can only be described as crazy as hell things,” Gowdy added. “So I would tell people to turn off Auntie Maxine and focus on members of Congress who feel strongly about the justice system. Tim Scott feels strongly about the justice system. Go see if he is calling on people to confront innocent folks to prove some larger point.”
With decades of using incendiary rhetoric under her belt, Maxine Waters’ may have gone too far this time with her recent comments in Minneapolis.