BLM Love CBS Court Drama All stand up spoke eloquently this week about Rep. Maxine Waters, the crazed California congressman who has publicly encouraged violence in the streets since the The Rodney King era. Waters also attempted to provoke violence against Republican politicians and Trump employees.
In the episode “Leap of Faith” on Monday, May 17, judge Lola Carmichael (Simone Missick) of Los Angeles, friend of the BLM, attends a party with her husband, Robin (Todd Williams), at the request of a fictitious political engine. , David Sanders (Nicholas Christopher). Sanders wants to help Lola make donations and court endorsements to prepare for her next re-election campaign.
At the party, Lola is especially excited to meet Rep. Waters.
Lola: But I love being a judge, and if running a good campaign is what helps me stay on the bench … There is Maxine Waters. I’m about to go get my time back!
Lola: Yeah. I was just going to go say hello to Maxine Waters.
Lisa: Well, an endorsement from Maxine would turn the heads of good people.
Since Los Angeles succeeded in electing politicians like Soros-funded District Attorney George gascon, a violent criminal facilitator, “the good heads of the people” in Democrat-led California would have be people who wink at violence against innocent people. It makes sense that a BLM apologist judge would like “Mad Maxine.
All stand up was not the only network TV show to sing the praises of the deranged MP. NBC Zoey’s Extraordinary Reading List and ABC The mayor also gave shouts to “The Mighty” Maxine.
Judge Carmichael spent a great deal All Rise’s second season, apologies for the violence Black Lives Matter. Compared to the first season, All stand up is off 26% audience. CBS announced a few days before this episode that they are cancellation the series. Maybe audiences are tired of the radical left-wing fan fiction that turns corrupt, radical racial hunters like Maxine Waters into heroes instead of villains. Good riddance.