“This is a dangerous time for our democracy,” Waters correctly pointed out, but not for the reason she then explained. “This is a dangerous time because Trump, who served as the president of the United States for four years, has basically led this country to a point where he’s got believers and supporters who thinks that he is the president and he should be the president. And somehow, it’s been stolen and it’s got to be taken back.”
It is a dangerous time for democracy, because Waters’ party stole the presidential election through demonstrable, massive voter fraud. We know it, and they know it, so they must pretend that investigations into the election fraud are threats to democracy.
“As a matter of fact, on my way to the christening of the John Lewis Navy Ship, on that road leading into where the ships are being, you know, made, there were signs, big signs, on the street held by, you know, some of these men who support Trump,” Waters fretted. “One sign said that Trump is the president. And is the president. And then, another sign touted the Proud Boys and saying that they were good people and that they had not done anything wrong.”
“But in the final analysis, our attorneys generals [sic], whether they’re in New York or in Georgia, they’ve got to go after him about how he’s cheated, you know, on his taxes. How his family has taken advantage of having a non-profit that they use like it was their own money. On and on and on.”
What does any of this have to do with election fraud? Nothing. She’s desperate to nail Trump on something, but
“One way or the other, we’ve got to stop Trump and his allies. It’s more than undermining our democracy. They’re dangerous and they’re out to do harm,” Waters continued ludicrously. “And so, we’re in a bad time in this country, trying to manage all of this. But we must manage it. We must protect our democracy. We must not allow Trump to win.”
Waters and the Democrats are terrified that Trump and his supporters will win, because they are a threat to the left’s lust for power.