In an interview with Black HollywoodÂ Liveâ€™s Tsahai Wilson
WILSON:Â How does it feel to be an honoree tonight?
WATERS:Â Iâ€™m excited about it and I do feel honored because Iâ€™ve been chosen. I have absolutelyÂ been chosen by people who say, â€œwe appreciate what youâ€™ve been doing.â€ Thatâ€™s great. I like that.
WILSON:Â For anyone feeling dejected about the nomination and allegation of Brett Kavanaugh, what would you say? How can they keep their spirits up?
WATERS:Â Well, first of all, as we go through life weâ€™re going to have the good times and weâ€™re going to have the not so good times. Even if youâ€™re feeling a little down, get a good nightâ€™s rest and get up and get ready to go all over again. Never stop. That is what we have to do with what happened to Kavanaugh and this confirmationÂ process. It was heartbreaking, but I think women are not going toÂ recede. Women are going to continue to confront what took place in that confirmation and him. He wonâ€™t rest easy in his job.
WILSON:Â For anyone who feels like politics is too difficult for them to understand, where can they start the process of learning and how to get involved?
WATERS:Â First of all, people have to stop and listen, and analyze what people are saying and what is being said in the media. Youâ€™ve got to make that a part of your life to determine you want to know whatâ€™s going on. You want to learn the issue and what people are talking about. Then itâ€™s always good to have a mentor. Grab somebody that you think you like and, â€œyou know, can I follow you around a bit?â€
This is just another hint at the Democrats battle plan going into midterms. If the Democrats take power nothing is stopping them from trying to undo everything President Trump during his first two years.