Maxine Waters Rips Black Trump Supporters: “I Will Never Forgive Them, Unconscionable”
Maxine Waters gave up the game and there is no going back. She actually shamed young black men who are supporting Trump saying she will never forgive them.
Look, President Trump is an open book. Trump is transactional and if you publicly flatter him or at the very least do not publicly trash him while working on a deal it will help your cause.
CEO’s in America have been doing this for four years to get access or shape policy (to much criticism from the left) but when Ice Cube sees an opportunity to use the same playbook he is branded a traitor to his race? It is total nonsense.
But it makes the Dem establishment like Maxine Waters nervous because it threatens their power.
Waters said on Sirius “I don’t even know where any Blacks would be coming from that would be voting for Trump.
“It just hurts me so bad to see Blacks talking about supporting Trump. I don’t know why they would be doing it.
“I don’t know why it is on their minds. But if we don’t turn out this vote and turn it our huge, this man could end up winning again.
“This country would go backward.
“The divisiveness that this deplorable human being has caused, the confrontation, the dog-whistling to the right-wing, the white supremacists, the KKK, and they are coming alive. They are emboldened because they have a leader.”
She added, “He’s a racist.
“He does not have any appreciation for Black people and Black women in particular. He talked about us so bad.
“He talked about John Lewis so bad. He talked about Cummings so bad. He has no respect for us.
“He is not doing anything for us. For those black young men who think somehow they can align themselves with Trump, not only are they terrible mistaken, any of them showing their face, I will never ever forgive them for undermining the possibility to help their own people and their own communities.”
“It is absolutely unconscionable. It is shameful, but if they would spend some time with us, we would help them to know what we’re struggling for and how they would be able to help us in this struggle.”