Notes From the Noosphere:
As often is the case many Congressmen or Congresswomen get elected and then they cannot get un-elected. Maxine Waters has taken her “Trump Derangement Syndrome” to extremes. Yet, her base back in her district love this type of disrangement or she would not have continued to take on Republicans that infringe on her double victim status of being a black female trying to overcome the “White Male Dominance” if it even exists outside Maxine’s mind.
In our simple-minded methods, the political class has taken back-biting and shaming to extreme levels even when the screamer has as much baggage as those they are screaming at in the political arena. My mother would not have allowed me to behave is such a juvenile manner. Perhaps as we look to enjoy Mother’s Day this Sunday we should all realize how both the Libtards and Redubs are behaving like children more and more every day and need to start uniting for the best of United States of America.
MAY 11, 2018
BY VICTOR SKINNER
California Congresswoman Maxine Waters doesn’t want to hear any talk about making America great, especially if it’s coming from a straight white man.
Waters went off the rails at a recent House debate when Pennsylvania Rep. Mike Kelly had the audacity to suggest the country needed to shift focus from what divides to what unites.
“We are trying to make sure we are making America great every day in every way and the best way to do that is to stop talking about discrimination and start talking about the nation,” Kelly said Tuesday, directing his comments to Waters. “We’re coming together as a people, in spite of what you say.”
Committee chairman Tom McClintock reminded lawmakers to direct comments to him, rather than each other, before yielding to “the gentlelady from California.” Waters ignored his request and immediately attacked Kelly, pointing to her special double victim status as a black woman.
“Mr. Kelly, please do not leave. Because I want you to know that I am more offended as an African American woman than you will ever be. And this business about making America great again, it is your president that’s dividing this country,” she said.
“And don’t talk to me about the fact that we don’t understand … that’s the attitude that’s been given toward women time and time again.”
Kelly attempted to chime in, but Waters refused to yield for a response. McClintock reminded Waters to direct her remarks to him, and she ignored the request a second time.
“I respect the chair, but don’t stop me in the middle when you didn’t stop him in the middle, and so I shall continue,” Waters said, turning back to Kelly. “Don’t you dare talk to me like that and think that somehow women don’t understand what goes on on the floor of automobile dealers.”