Tomi Lahren blames Maxine Waters for people telling her about herself in public

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Auntie Rep. Maxine Waters is out here making life better for all of us by stumping for change and taking the Trump administration to task.

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Trump puppet Tomi Lahren is seemingly having a hard time and appeared on Justice with Judge Jeanine to blame Waters supporters for being confrontational and in her face in the streets.

“Judge, I’ve got to tell you, since Maxine Waters came out and she encouraged her followers and her supporters to, I guess, continue the attacks on the right, it’s gotten worse,” Lahren said. “I’ve seen it in my personal life get worse in the last couple of weeks.”

Liars gonna lie.

It went down like this: White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders was asked to leave a restaurant by its owner because of her association with Donald Trump, and Maxine Waters was here for it!

Waters made comments during a rally protesting the Trump Administration’s policy of separating migrant families crossing the border from Mexico.

“Let’s make sure we show up, wherever we have to show up,” she told attendees in Los Angeles. “If you see anybody from that cabinet in a restaurant, in a department store, at a gasoline station, you get out and you cause a crowd, and you push back on them, and you tell them they’re not welcome – anymore, anywhere – we’ve got to get the children connected to their parents, the children are suffering.”

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Even after receiving death threats, The California Democrat doubled down and said she would not be backing down from her comments.

Bucket for the White Tears

Firebrand conservative Lahren is upset with the fact that Waters won’t backtrack her statement.
“No, she didn’t apologize, and she’s actually making it very dangerous, especially very young women like myself,” Lahren said.

“I find it funny because many of the people who have been attacked, harassed, assaulted have been conservative women. So where’s the left on this? Where are the feminists who are about female empowerment? TimesUp, MeToo—where are their voices? Because I don’t see them coming out to defend conservative women, as they should, when we are literally being attacked for our beliefs. Where are the feminists?”

Where’s the violin to play a sad song for you Tomi.

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