Maxine Waters Says MLK Would Have Marched to Impeach Trump





The geriatric leader of the Democratic resistance, Maxine Waters, decided to celebrate the abhorrent holiday of MLK Jr. Day in typical leftist classlessness by taking to the internet to throw dirt at President Trump. The representative from California said that the “civil rights leader” would have encouraged people to march for the impeachment of Trump.

With this latest episode, she adds to last year of making a name for herself as a staunch opponent of Trump and a leading voice of his impeachment. She has finally found purpose in her life, and if it weren’t for an equally mentally ill, left wing following, the obviousness of her worthlessness and low intelligence might have finally sunk in.

“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 on Twitter.




In doing so, she insists laughably that voting and “civil rights” are somehow real and worth defending, and that the U.S. was ever intended to be a Democracy or should be. What stronger endorsement can one find for a president than that he is destroying a movement which led to an unprecedented destruction of private property, and natural rights, and that he is destroying perhaps the most insidious and evil form of government next to full blown communism? Both of which were things that her dear hero Martin Luther King was infatuated with, mind you.

If only the things that Maxine Waters were terrified of were true, then one should argue that Donald Trump should crown himself king today!

“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,” she also tweeted. And she’s probably right.
Martin Luther King Jr. was a communist and the last man that this country should revere or make a federal holiday in remembrance of. Besides his, now well known, ties to communists such as one of his top advisors, Mr. Levison, who was the top financial advisor for the Communist Party USA…. Martin Luther King was an open critic of capitalism and made open calls for socialism.




This should come as no surprise to someone that is working with the right information about the civil rights movement. As he would march to the streets and rile up a gullible public, it should ring as a musical endorsement in our ears. Its biggest accomplishment was the usurpation of private property rights being applied to a place of business. This was the beginning of Marxist theories being applied to racial and social lines.

Despite his objection to the Vietnam war, the ludicrous idea of King being a libertarian hero needs to be done away with for good, as his anti-war sentiments were about as deeply founded as every dirty hippie wearing a Che Guevera t-shirt. The entire concept of civil rights has long been an opposite and distorted view of true negative rights, and nearly all advancements of this particular cause have come at the expense of property rights. While it might make you feel great inside every time you make speeches on the internet about civil liberty and how this undeserved icon somehow is symbolic of your worldview, you are not convincing the left that you actively capitulate to, nor are you providing any positive knowledge to those that matter on your team.

It is time we come to terms with reality in libertarian circles. Martin Luther King was as valuable a voice to us as “Chelsea” Manning is today, and Maxine Waters, even as deranged as she usually is, is right on this. King would have probably called for the removal of Trump from office, just as much as he probably would be a leading voice for socialized hormone treatment for sexually confused children and trannies. As he would assuredly take to the streets and march, this should come as a ringing musical endorsement to all of our ears.