Recently Congresswoman Maxine Waters pledged to “take out” Trump by means of impeachment (a highly unlikely scenario since the House of Representatives is controlled by Republicans). Such a statement comes as a result of the Donald’s criticism of NFL players kneeing instead of standing when the national anthem is played.
She has also been critical towards the Donald over his remarks on the violence in Charlottesville, referring to the White House as the White Supremacist House. She even went so far as to label Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson a “white-wing nationalist.”
This is not the first time in which Maxine Waters has been running her mouth. In August 2011, she said the following to a gathered audience:
“This is a tough game. You can’t be intimidated. You can’t be frightened. And as far as I am concerned, the Tea Party can go straight to hell. And I intend to help them get there.”
Question: Does that mean she intended to have members of the Tea Party Movement killed?
Not too long ago, I happened to be thinking about what she said, and it reminded me of the scene from The Hunger Games: Catching Fire in which Katniss Everdeen asks President Snow, “Why don’t you just kill me now?” In fact, if I were to confront Waters on her remarks, I would be tempted to ask her that.
Here are some other outrageous comments and courses of action by Maxine Waters:
• When the riots in Los Angeles erupted in response to the Rodney King trial ending in the officers who beat him being acquitted in 1992, Waters described the riots as a rebellion. That same year, she accused George H.W. Bush as a racist who had polarized the races in America.
• She claimed that Fidel Castro was moving Cuba towards democracy, and contacted Castro, urging him not to extradite activist and murderer Assata Shakur to the United States.
• She referred to any Trump advisors who had alleged ties to Russia as a bunch of scumbags, even though there is no evidence of Russian collusion in last year’s Presidential Election. In fact, the allegations of Russian collusion are apparently nothing more than a red herring to draw attention away from the Russians’ donating money to the Clinton Foundation in exchange for having control over the uranium supply in the United States.
Needless to say, Maxine Waters likes to take cheap shots at those on the other side of the political spectrum. And of course, she likes to play the race card.
In conclusion, it seems that she is almost as deranged as Nancy Pelosi. Several years ago, I recommended that Nancy Pelosi resign and check herself into a mental institution. I believe Maxine Waters should do the same.