PAYBACK: Lawmakers Offer Perfect Solution To Stop Maxine’s Heinous Acts For Good

Maxine Waters has resolution placed on her violent rhetoric in House last night. Image credit to US4Trump with screen capture enhancement.Maxine Waters has resolution placed on her violent rhetoric in House last night. Image credit to US4Trump with screen capture enhancement.

Arizona is stepping up to the plate. Furthermore, with bases loaded, Rep Andy Biggs hits a home run on his resolution! And other lawmakers join in!

Congressman Biggs (AZ-R) will leave you cheering! Wait until you see what he has to say about Mad Max and her incessant calls for violence against Republicans.

Rep Biggs says, “Tonight, I introduced a resolution to censure and condemn Maxine Waters for her recent comments, that encouraged actions that jeopardized the safety of government officials. Her rhetoric, as a Member of Congress, was unacceptable. STATEMENT:”

Which reads verbatim:

“Individuals have the right to debate their differences civilly, without fear of retribution. Unfortunately, Maxine Waters’ comments condone public violence and encourage actions that jeopardize the safety and security of government officials and the American people. 

A little over a year ago, we witnessed a horrific shooting targeted at Congressional Republicans. That day, we promised that we would be better; that we would argue about ideas not people.

“Unfortunately, we are returning to the vitriol of that day. Those determined to undermine the progress and agenda of President Donald Trump, have taken it upon themselves to demonize their opposition. As Members of Congress we have the responsibility to lead by example and this rhetoric is simply unacceptable.”

As per The Hill, five members of Congress have signed the motion to censure Rep Maxine Waters. However, Maxine doesn’t think she did anything wrong.

Mad Max takes no responsibility for her violent rhetoric and says, “I have nothing to do with the way people decide to protest. Protest is the democratic way as long as it is peaceful,” Waters said. “I believe in peaceful protest. It is guaranteed to you in a democracy.”

Rep Biggs says, “we have some co-sponsors, but what she did was to basically incite people to come after and attack members of the President’s cabinet,” Biggs told The Hill. “And also spread that out to more people.”

The Hill reports that “the measure calls on the congresswoman to resign, issue a formal apology to administration officialsfor endangering their lives and sowing seeds of discord’ and release a statement that neither harassment nor violence is an appropriate form of protest.”  

The Arizona Congressman appears on local radio programming 550 KFYI and discusses his resolution. Click here to listen.

Coming up NEXT: I’m about to join on to talk about my resolution to censure Maxine Waters for her recent comments. Listen here:


In closing, do you agree with Rep Biggs and the other lawmakers? That Maxine Waters crossed the line? Moreover, that she should apologize to the administration, resign and state that violent rhetoric is not acceptable?