Democrats Outraged at a Threat Against Gov. Cuomo, But Same Threat Had Been Made by Democrat Maxine Waters Against Trump Officials

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Democratic lawmakers and officials in New York reacted harshly when they saw a threatening comment posted online last week against Governor Andrew Cuomo. However, the same threat previously was made by Democrat Congresswoman Maxine Waters against Trump administration officials. The new version was: “If you see anybody from the Cuomo Administration in a restaurant, in a department store, at a gasoline station, you get out and you create a crowd. And you push back on them. And you tell them they’re not welcome anymore, anywhere.” Waters said those same words in June 2018 directed at members of the Trump administration. -GEG

Watch this montage of other leftists inciting hatred and violence against President Trump and conservatives. None of these haters lost their jobs, none were expelled from office, and none lost their Twitter accounts. Any questions?

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Democratic lawmakers and officials in New York State reacted harshly when they saw threatening comments posted online last week directed at Gov. Andrew Cuomo, but which were originally made by Rep. Maxine Waters who directed them at Trump administration officials.

…“If you see anybody from the Cuomo Administration in a restaurant, in a department store, at a gasoline station, you get out and you create a crowd. And you push back on them. And you tell them they’re not welcome anymore, anywhere,” said the troll account post.

Waters said those exact words in June 2018 but directed them towards the Trump administration over its border enforcement policies.

…Democrats in New York, as well as one federal official who represents the state, reacted angrily to the post, though it isn’t certain that all who responded thought the quote was real.

“Way way way over the line. Especially in light of what happened at the Capitol on Jan 6,” Lis Smith, a former adviser to Pete Buttigieg, wrote.

“This is encouraging violence against public officials – plain & simple. Absolutely disgusting. No tolerance for this. Haven’t we learned the lessons from Washington D.C. just weeks ago?” New York Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul added.

New York State Sen. Jamaal T. Bailey responded: “This is more than tonedeaf, especially considering what’s happened in recent days. This is unacceptable and ridiculous. Read the room.”

“The terrifying events of the last month have shown us more clearly than ever that words have consequences. This sort of targeting and incitement is simply wrong, and totally unacceptable,” added New York City Council Speaker Corey Johnson.

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