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GOP congressman names Maxine Waters as most divisive, 'dangerous' elected Democrat

Conservative Review

Greenville, SC — On Thursday during the live broadcast of CRTV host Eric Bolling's new show, "America," Rep. Ralph Norman, R-S.C., said that his far-left House colleague Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., is among the most divisive and "dangerous" Democrats representing Americans today.

Norman was interviewed by Bolling in Greenville, S.C., the second stop on a national bus tour promoting Bolling's new CRTV show. The congressman, who represents South Carolina's 5th Congressional District, was asked about the recent rallying cry from the Left to "Abolish ICE," the law enforcement agency responsible for investigating crimes related to human rights violations, smuggling, human trafficking, transnational gangs, and other customs laws and enforcing immigration law and removing migrants who should not be in the United States.

"I think the Left has gone off the rails," said Norman, who blamed "disconnected" politicians for pandering to immigrant communities for votes. On this topic, Bolling asked Norman to name the most politically divisive politician on the Left.

"Who is the most dangerous Democrat that is representing people in America right now?" Bolling asked.

"Let's try Maxine Waters," Norman responded to agreement from the crowd. He pointed out how Rep. Waters, D-Calif., advocated for individuals to harass members of the Trump administration while they are trying to enjoy their dinners at restaurants.

"I'm sorry, it's sad for a leader to even advocate anywhere close to that. She's doing it," he added.

Rep. Andy Biggs, R-Ariz., has introduced a bill to censure Waters, a proposal that Norman supports. But Bolling noted that an official House censure doesn't come with any lasting penalties. Agreeing, Norman said that Waters' position was advocating "violence, basically," and that voters ought to vote her out of office because she won't leave voluntarily.

Some are calling for Congress to expel Waters.

Judicial Watch has filed an ethics complaint against Waters. The organization's president, Tom Fitton, told Fox News that she's used her status as a member of Congress to incite harassment and potentially violence against members of the Trump administration.

"Maxine Waters needs to be disavowed by the House," Fitton said, suggesting that lawmakers should "consider expelling her for this sort of activity."

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