Congresswoman Maxine Waters Warns Trump Supporters Are Allegedly Plotting Violent Attack if Ex-President Loses 2024 Race

by Gee NY

Democratic Congresswoman Maxine Waters issued a stark warning about potential violence from Donald Trump supporters in the event of the former president’s loss in the 2024 election.

Speaking on MSNBC’s The Sunday Show with Jonathan Capehart, Waters expressed concerns about Trump’s refusal to accept election results and his alleged encouragement of violent actions.

Waters cast doubt on Trump’s credibility, stating:

“You can’t trust anything that Donald Trump has to say.”

She stressed the seriousness of the situation, citing Trump’s past refusal to accept election outcomes and his rhetoric hinting at violence.

“If he loses, he’s going to say that it was fraud,” Waters asserted. “We have to be very concerned about a former president of the United States talking about attacking his own country, talking about perhaps a bloodbath.”

Addressing Trump’s recent statements about abiding by constitutional term limits if elected, Waters dismissed them outright, stating:

“You can’t believe anything that Donald Trump has to say.”

She underscored the need for the government to take proactive measures to protect against potential violence, calling on the Justice Department and the president to outline their plans.

“We need to know what his plan is and how we’re going to be protected,” Waters urged.

Fellow California Congressman Robert Garcia echoed Waters’ concerns, warning of the dire consequences of a Trump reelection.

He also spoke about the need to take the situation seriously and prepare for potential attempts by Trump to undermine democracy and cling to power.

The remarks by Waters and Garcia come amid heightened tensions surrounding the 2024 election.

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