CBS’s BLM-loving court drama All Rise waxed eloquent this week about Rep. Maxine Waters, the crazy California congresswoman who has publicly encouraged violence in the streets since the Rodney King era. Waters also infamously tried to provoke violence against Republican politicians and Trump staffers.
In the episode, “Leap of Faith,” on Monday, May 17, BLM-friendly Los Angeles Judge Lola Carmichael (Simone Missick) attends a party with her husband, Robin (Todd Williams), at the urging of fictional political mover and shaker, David Sanders (Nicholas Christopher). Sanders wants to help Lola court donations and endorsements to prepare for her upcoming re-election campaign.
At the party, Lola becomes particularly excited at the prospect of meeting Rep. Waters.
Lola: But I love being a judge, and if running a proper campaign is what helps me stay on the bench… There is Maxine Waters. I’m about to go reclaim my time!
Lola: Yes. I was just gonna go and say hi to Maxine Waters.
Lisa: Well, an endorsement from Maxine would turn the right people’s heads.
Since Los Angeles has managed to elect politicians like Soros-funded District Attorney George Gascon, a violent criminal enabler, “the right people’s heads” in Democrat-machine run California would be people that wink-at violence against innocents. It makes sense that a BLM apologist judge would love “Mad Maxine.”
All Rise has not been the only network television show to sing the praises of the unhinged congresswoman. NBC’s Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist and ABC’s The Mayor have also gave shoutouts to the “The Mighty” Maxine.
Judge Carmichael has spent much of All Rise’s second season making excuses for Black Lives Matter violence. Compared to season one, All Rise is down 26% in viewership. CBS announced just days before this episode that they are cancelling the series. Maybe audiences are tired of the radical left-wing fan fiction that turns corrupt and radical race-baiters like Maxine Waters into heroes instead of villains. Good riddance.
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