Maxine Waters said earlier this week that she had to cancel events this weekend in Texas and Alabama due to “threats,” but that didn’t stop her from ranting against President Trump in Los Angeles today.
With her voice cracking and repeatedly yelling, Waters melted down while denouncing Trump.
“We’re not afraid of you!” she shouted about Trump, pointing her finger at the crowd.
Waters compared immigrant children being separated from potential child traffickers to African families being broken apart during the days of slavery.
“We fought and we won, and we’ll win again!” she yelled.
“Donald Trump, we are sick and tired of you! We have no fear! You will not intimidate us! We’re coming right at you and we’re saying to you,” she continued before strangely stopping, before continuing and lecturing Trump about the Constitution.
“Now, we have some members of Congress who are intimidated. I have no fear! I’m in this fight!” she declared.
“And I know that there are those who are talking about censuring me, talking about kicking me out of Congress, talking about shooting me, talking about hanging me,” she said.
“All I have to say is this, if you shoot me you better shoot straight, there’s nothing like a wounded animal,” she bellowed as the crowd erupted.
“I am prepared to make any sacrifices that need to be made,” she told the audience after a woman yelled, “I love you, Auntie Maxine!”
Waters again called for Trump’s impeachment, saying, “He’s been there too long.”