VIDEO Maxine Waters Faces 5 Years In Prison For Inciting Violent Riots

VIDEO Maxine Waters Faces 5 Years In Prison For Inciting Violent Riots


    Rep. Maxine waters could also face a potential 5-year prison term, in line with the law, for encouraging violent protests against republicans.
    "Mad Maxine" told supporters at a Saturday rally that republicans would be targeted corporally:

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    "If you think we're going to rally now, you haven't seen yet, yet. You already have cabinet members kicked out of eating places that have demonstrators taking over at their home, who say, "no quiet, no sleep. No peace, no sleep.' God is with us!    

    On the children side. On the dimension of that which is false. At what is noble in nature. And so, let's stay on that track. Let's make sure we turn up everywhere we need to reveal and if you see any of us from that cabinet in a bar, in a department save, in a fuel station, you get out and you also build a crowd and you keep on them and tell them that they are no longer welcome anywhere.
    Reviews: Democratic figures have yet to condemn violence to the name of Maxine.
    Still, Maxine may be in grave trouble.
    The rule to cause ten or greater citizens to rise.
    And certainly this weekend, Maxine did just that.   

    The United States Code 2101 on violence is as follows:
    (A) anyone engages in interstate or foreign trade or uses any interstate or foreign trade facility including, but not limited to, fair mail, telegraph, internet, radio or television —

    (1) stirring up riots; or
    (2) coordinating, supporting, empowering, engaging or continuing a rebellion; or
    (Three) commit some act of violence in favor of an upsurge; or
    (4) to aid or abet any character in stirring or engaging in or perpetrating a riot or committing some act of violence in support of a rebel; And whoever carries out or attempts to carry out any other overt act on any of the grounds referred to in subparagraphs (a), (b ), ( c), or (d) of this paragraph during the journey or use of that kind, [1] shall be fined under this title or imprisoned no longer than 5 years or each.      

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