‘Shoot Straight’: Maxine Waters On Death Threats


The war between the Democrats and the Republicans has reached a fever pitch … or is that a war with President Trump? The Red Hen restaurant refused to serve Trump press secretary Sarah Sanders Huckabee due to her apparent views on gay rights. California Congresswoman Maxine Waters not only applauded the expulsion, but suggested more Trump employees suffer similar fates. Waters subsequently received a “very serious” death threat. She spoke at a rally Saturday where she warned potential shooters to “shoot straight”:

Days after she was forced to cancel events because of a “very serious” death threat, a fired-up Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) declared at a rally Saturday, “If you shoot at me, you’d better shoot straight.”

Waters made her defiant statement at the Families Belong Together rally in Los Angeles, which drew several thousand protesters against President Donald Trump’s zero tolerance immigration policy. The rally was one of hundreds across the nation.

“I have no fear. I’m in this fight,” she vowed to cheers.

“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,” Waters added.

“All I have to say is this: If you shoot me, you’d better shoot straight. There’s nothing like a wounded animal. I am prepared to make whatever sacrifices need to be made.”

President Trump and others clapped back at Waters over her comments pursuant to Sanders Huckabee. Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen was later run out of a Mexican restaurant in Washington.

Waters canceled events in Alabama and Texas, and somehow found a way to make Trump the heavy, “Donald Trump, we are sick and tired of you. We have no fear, you will not intimidate us. … The Constitution of the United States of America gives us the right to protest, and protest we will.” Stay tuned …



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