Maxine Waters: Trump Supporters Are ‘Training Up in the Hills Somewhere’ to ‘Attack Communities’ If Biden Wins

Democrat Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) has appeared on national television to promote wild conspiracy theories about President Donald Trump’s supporters.

During an appearance on MSNBC, Waters claimed that Trump supporters and “right-wing organizations” are currently “training up in the hills somewhere.”

According to Waters, they are preparing to launch an “attack” against “communities” if Democrat President Joe Biden beats Trump in the November presidential election.

85-year-old Waters warned the show’s viewers that “we better be careful about” Trump, who she claims is planning to unleash “violence” against the public.

The congresswoman made the comments during a discussion about the Democrats’ favorite fearmongering narrative.

According to Waters and the Left, Trump won’t accept the election result if he doesn’t win, just like Hillary Clinton in 2016.

“This is a man we better be careful about and I’ll tell you what I’m going to do, I’m going to ask the Justice Department and I’m going to ask the president to tell us what they’re going to do to protect this country against violence if he loses,” said Waters.

“I want to know about all of those right-wing organizations that he’s connected with who are training up in the hills somewhere and targeting you know what communities they’re going to attack,” she added.

Unsurprisingly, the obedient host nodded along in agreement and didn’t ask Waters to provide any evidence or further details to support her allegations.

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The video has been spreading on social media with many noting the hypocrisy of Waters’ false claims.

In 2018, it was Waters herself who provoked a backlash by calling supporters to harass people in public if they have opposing political ideas.

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During a rally, Waters yelled at an angry mob:

“And if you see anybody from that Cabinet in a restaurant, in a department store, at a gasoline station, you get out and you create a crowd.

“And you push back on them.

“And you tell them they’re not welcome anymore, anywhere.”

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The comments from Waters come after another vocal Trump critical made wild claims about the 45th president on MSNBC last week.

As Slay News reported, Hollywood star Robert De Niro unloaded on Trump during a new interview on the network.

Going completely unchecked by the host on Thursday’s “The 11th Hour,” the actor claimed that Trump’s rise was like that of Adolf Hitler’s in 1930s Germany.

“He is sick, he is genuinely a sick person that somehow has been allowed into our system,” De Niro said.

“I’m not calling him names, he just can’t be anywhere near the office of the presidency.”

“He looks like a clown,” the actor added.

“Acts like a clown.

“Mussolini. Same thing,” De Niro claimed.

“These guys, I don’t know why they look like clowns.

De Niro added, “The guy is a monster. It’s beyond wrong.

The actor concluded, “We always hear about people from Eastern Europe, the Jews from other parts of Eastern Europe, from Western Europe coming over.

“Look what happened with France, and with the Nazis and so on.

“And they come over and you hear these, and they go, and when I was a kid, they’d say, ‘You don’t really appreciate this country, you know, what we know from experience.’

“Imagine what those people went through. I’m just starting to see it.

“You know, as a kid, I said ‘Hitler, it’s a nightmare that never would happen.’

“But now I see that it’s possible.”

A clip of De Niro’s Trump Derangement Syndrome-fueled rant went viral in a post on X, catching the attention of Elon Musk.

Musk stated that Trump’s policies “bore no resemblance” to those of Hitler or Mussolini.

He also declared that the actor’s latest anti-Trump tirade “makes no sense.”

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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