When traveling down memory lane, we have a tendency to do one of two things: don our rose-colored glasses, viewing only the good times; or, don our coal-colored glasses, viewing only the bad times. It is very rare for those traveling down memory lane to invent either good times or bad times since this would be a fabrication or lying to oneself, which could be indicative of a type of psychosis. This is exactly what Maxine Waters has done when remembering Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
According to The Washington Times:
“Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. would have encouraged every responsible human being to march for justice, to march for peace, and most of all, to march for the impeachment of Donald Trump. #ThankYouMLK50,” the California Democrat tweeted Monday.
“If MLK was alive today, he’d be marching not only for civil rights & protecting voting rights, but to urge Members of Congress to accept their responsibility to save the U.S. from a dangerous man who has no respect for our Constitution & no concern for strengthening our democracy,” she wrote.
It’s unsure what Mad Maxine is remembering since Dr. King was first, and foremost, a minister – a man of God. Dr. King, being a godly man, would not advocate impeaching a president or bringing justice upon an individual who has not broken the law. While “Mad Max” declared Dr. King would march to impeach Donald Trump, the 45th president, she forgot that Boingo Oingo has over 1300 documented offenses deserving of impeachment and criminal proceedings, which Dr. King would certainly point out and call for Boingo Oingo to follow the Lord first and hold to the law. If Boingo Oingo did not, Dr. King would not have hesitated to call for justice.
Dr. King did march for civil rights at a time when it was necessary to fulfill the promise of the Constitution of men being created equal and to move from judging one by their skin color instead of their character. He had great respect for the law; however, he advocated peaceful civil disobedience in the face of arbitrarily ridiculous laws founded upon man’s fallible character and whim. Because of his beliefs and willingness to stand on those beliefs, Dr. King lost his life for it. However, his death prompted tremendous change. “Mad Max” has disregarded this legacy to place upon Dr. King’s memory the stain of calling for an action against an individual who has not committed an impeachable offense while allowing a president who committed numerous impeachable offenses to remain unscathed. Dr. King, being a godly man, would have plenty to say to “Mad Max.”
While Dr. King would have marched for justice, he would not have marched for injustice or social justice; but, he would and did march for every individual to accept responsibility for their own actions. He would not have advocated placing blame upon an entire group of people for the actions of a few or of one. He most certainly would not have supported a “surveillance/police” state, the desecration of family, the murder of the unborn, or a “welfare” state – welfare, meaning handouts not free from chaos or government intrusion limiting freedom and liberty.
Mad Max eluded to Dr. King marching to “protect voting rights.” Voting rights for whom? Every citizen of this republic can vote. It doesn’t matter the color of one’s skin, their ethnicity, their creed, their religion, their sexual orientation, or country of origin. If one is a US citizen, that individual can vote. Dr. King would not support breaking duly passed law in keeping with the authority of the Constitution to allow illegal alien invaders to vote. He would not support “Black Lives Matter” or the “Black Panthers” intimidating voters or inciting riots and violence based on lies – not even if truth was on their side. He advocated peaceful protest to exact change.
“Mad Max” has behaved badly and now is justifying her behavior by invoking a fabrication of the memory of Dr. King. Either that or she has invented another Dr. King based totally on imagination not reality.
The Washington Times continued:
Mrs. Waters, who has long demanded Mr. Trump be impeached for a number of purported offenses, said Friday that she would be joining Democratic Reps. John Lewis and Earl Blumenauer in boycotting the president’s first State of the Union address over his alleged comments denigrating Haiti, El Salvador and African nations as “sh—hole countries.”
“Why would I take my time to go and sit and listen to a liar?” she asked. “I don’t trust him, I don’t appreciate him and I wouldn’t waste my time sitting in that House, listening to what he has to say. He does not deserve my attention.”
Mrs. Waters similarly boycotted Mr. Trump’s January 2017 inauguration and his speech several weeks later to a joint session of Congress.
Hypocrite! “Mad Max” toted the water for the biggest liar, second to Hillary Clinton and third to Satan, one Boing Oingo. She supported lawlessness, corruption, conspiracy, extortion and theft of the American people by propping up the biggest hoax perpetrated upon this republic in allowing a non-natural-born citizen to occupy the seat of the presidency. Dr. King would be taking her to task if he was alive today.
While “Mad Max” called President Trump “the most despicable human being that could possibly ever walk the earth,” she forgot quickly Boingo Oingo, George Soros, Hillary Clinton, Josef Stalin, Adolf Hitler, Pol Pot, Mao Zedong, Kim Jong Il, Kim Jong Un, and others. Yes, Boingo Oingo, George Soros and Hillary Clinton are in the same category of despicable as those dictators who murdered their own people for “reasons” and anti-Semitic tendencies and for voicing opposing opinions.
“Mad Max” remained silent when Oingo made denigrating statements about people and places. She remained silent when Hillary called Trump supporters “deplorables.” She remained silent during all the lies, lawlessness, and corruption plaguing Oingo and his administration. Again, she tried to justify not performing some of the duties her constituents elected her to perform based on fabricated falsehoods against the President and some psychotic invention of a totally different Dr. King in her mind. “Mad Max” should put up shutters on that glass house in which she lives before throwing stones. If not careful, someone might throw a straight jacket on her.
Courtesy of Freedom Outpost
Suzanne Hamner (pen name) is a registered nurse, grandmother of 4, and a political independent residing in the state of Georgia, who is trying to mobilize the Christian community in her area to stand up and speak out against tyrannical government, invasion by totalitarian political systems masquerading as religion and get back to the basics of education.