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WATCH: Cops hip-check Maxine Waters after she jumps from her car to oversee traffic stop of black man

Maxine Waters pulled off a typical Democrat PR stunt recently, where she dramatically “jumped out of her car” after just “happening” to drive by a black man being stopped by police.

Waters decided she had to “help a brother out” and supervise the traffic stop in order to make sure the black man wasn’t abused or killed by police.

Good grief…

Meanwhile, her district is a hell-hole of violence, drugs, poverty, and hopelessness. As a matter of fact, it is so bad that Auntie Max doesn’t even live in her district—no way. She lives in the super-rich “white neighborhood” a ways away in a sprawling mansion, far from all the hell and turmoil she consistently does nothing about.

But she does like to pull off PR stunts in her sad district.

And things went south for Superhero Granny Max, when cops hip-checked her and told her that she was illegally parked and was about to get a ticket.

Womp, womp...

From TMZ [1]

Congresswoman Maxine Waters is like the Sheriff to the Sheriff, because she just happened on a traffic stop involving a black man and stopped to make sure cops stayed in line.

The legendary representative was driving in her district this weekend when she saw an L.A. County Sheriff patrol car. She saw the officers in the process of detaining a black man and that’s all the info she needed. MW hit the brakes and jumped out.

Apparently, she was not particularly well-received, because the Congresswoman says the deputies told her she parked illegally, so she was in danger of getting a ticket.

You can watch the video below:

Maybe instead of pulling off a lame and pointless PR stunt, Maxine should actually do something worthwhile to help the people of her district.

Because this crap here is just nonsense that does NOTHING to help a single black American in her dilapidated, dangerous, hopeless district.


This opinion piece was written by Missy Crane on July 20, 2020. It originally appeared in WayneDupree.com [13] and is used by permission.