California Congresswoman Maxine Waters contends that death threats prevented her from attending engagements in Texas and Alabama this weekend, though they apparently didn’t keep her from a massive immigration rally in Los Angeles.
Waters sounded off about President Trump, the country’s immigration policies and child separations in front of City Hall on Saturday, when thousands gathered to protest and waive signs with messages like “compassion has no borders,” “welcome to occupied Mexico,” and “They’re Kids,” among others.
Waters had plenty to say at the event, specifically that she is “not afraid” of Trump and his supporters, though an altercation with a reporter at the rally suggests otherwise.
Waters was cruising the strip in her massive jet black SUV and waiving to supporters, until the reporter questioned the congresswoman about her recent calls for liberals to publicly harass Trump administration officials.
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