While in the White House, President Joe Biden made a lot of dubious statements, the majority of which were incoherent. It’s hard to think he’s the leader of the free world given his history of embarrassing gaffes.
While most of what Biden says is either incomprehensible, unbelievable, or both, the six words he just spoke without hesitation or the need for more explanation may be the most frightful utterance of his presidency.
The fact that Biden said, “Whatever Maxine says, I agree with,” when he did on Thursday was more stunning than the fact that he talked clearly and coherently.
Biden: “Maxine Waters! Whatever Maxine says, I agree with.” pic.twitter.com/Hi3INrtWhg
— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) October 13, 2022
“Maxine, in this case, is Rep. Maxine Waters, a California Democrat who’s been a mainstay of the party’s far-left fringe for decades,” Western Journal noted on the matter, adding that “Biden was at an event in California to promote his infrastructure spending when he gave a shout-out to Democrat lawmakers in attendance — including Auntie Maxine.”
Biden has a lot to explain as to why, given how insane “Mad Maxine” is, he would agree with anything she has to say if he was serious, which it appears he was while making this absurd comment.
The Western Journal reports that when Roe v. Wade was declared invalid in June, Rep. Waters appeared in front of the Supreme Court. She advised women to “defy them,” presumably by getting abortions in countries where what they’re doing is illegal, despite the fact that the court is the highest in the land and its decision on these issues is legally conclusive.
Social movement journalist and photographer Alejandro Alvarez covered this event at the time, reporting on Twitter that “Maxine Waters and Al Green among members of Congress who’ve shown up outside the Supreme Court to denounce the end of Roe.” Alvarez captured the insane moment when Waters said, “Women are going to control their bodies, no matter how they try and stop us,” adding the rally cry, “The hell with the Supreme Court, we will defy them,” in her unhinged rant.
Immediate reaction from abortion rights activists, who’ve been out here for days anticipating a ruling. Anger. Tears. Cries of “illegitimate” directed at the court along with calls for mass protest. “We are not incubators, we are not property of the state, we refuse to go back.” pic.twitter.com/YD53FgL0jR
— Alejandro Alvarez (@aletweetsnews) June 24, 2022
“And if they think black women are intimidated or oppressed, they’ve got another thought coming. Black women will be out in droves. We will be out by the thousands. We will be out by the millions,” Waters added. “We’re going to make sure we fight for the right to control our own bodies.”
Her remarks, though, appear to disregard the existence of a female body inside a woman’s womb.
The Western Journal listed several instances of public statements made by Maxine Waters that Joe Biden appears to concur with.
“In September of 2021, she helped spread the lie that Border Patrol agents ‘whipped’ migrants at the border in south Texas. (The photos of the “whipping” were an optical illusion created by the reins on the horses the mounted agents were using.)”
Waters asserted this as reality at the time, despite the fact that it was a fabrication that even Alejandro Mayorkas, the secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, acknowledged never happened. Despite this, Waters continued to compare the (false) “whipping” of migrants to slavery.
"I’m unhappy, and I'm not just unhappy with the cowboys who were running down Haitians and using their reins to whip them. I'm unhappy with this administration," Rep. Maxine Waters says at a news conference on the situation at the U.S. southern border. https://t.co/tUeqoESHTP pic.twitter.com/BuWTMs8ilf
— ABC News (@ABC) September 22, 2021
“We’re saying to the president and everybody else, you’ve got to stop this madness. And I want to know, in the first place, who’s paying these cowboys to do this work?” Waters said. “They have got to be gotten rid of.”
“They’ve got to be stopped. It cannot go on,” she continued. “What we witnessed was worse than what we witnessed in slavery.”
That may be febrile rhetoric, but at least it didn’t potentially qualify as jury intimidation, according to a judge, Western Journal wrote. We can’t say the same thing about her remarks during a protest in a Minneapolis suburb during the trial of Derek Chauvin, the former police officer convicted of killing George Floyd in May of 2020.
“We’ve got to stay on the street and we’ve got to get more active, we’ve got to get more confrontational. We’ve got to make sure that they know that we mean business,” she said during the protest.
Rep. Maxine Waters calls for rioters to "stay in the street" and "fight for justice" against police unless Chauvin is declared guilty for murder, not just manslaughter.
"We got to get more confrontational. We got to make sure they know we mean business." pic.twitter.com/YVdV8QHfUM
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) April 18, 2021
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
While Hennepin County District Judge Peter Cahill refused a defense motion to declare a mistrial after the remarks, he said this: “I will give you that Congresswoman Waters may have given you something on appeal that may result in this whole trial being overturned.”… CONTINUE READING...