Instead of focus on the important things on Easter Sunday, like family and Jesus, Maxine Waters took time out of her Easter Sunday to blast Alabama Governor Kay Ivey because Maxine disapproved of Ivey’s campaign ad.
The spot that Waters, a Democrat from California, was referring to featured a defiant Kay Ivey rejecting Biden’s immigration policies. It also referenced the possibility that people in Alabama would very soon need to be fluent in Spanish as a result of our porous southern border.
Waters spent Easter Sunday blasting the ad for being “plain racist ignorance.”
Ivey immediately responded, saying that “I’m not going to be lectured by a liberal Congresswoman from California. We’ll handle our business in Alabama.”
The Republican Governor of Alabama concluded by saying that “There’s nothing racist with telling the truth about the disaster Joe Biden is causing with illegals invading our country.”
Ivey is the incumbent governor in a race for her state’s gubernatorial nomination.
Alabama Republicans will decide their nominee on May 24.
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