California Rep. Maxine Waters has become a superstar in the far-left for her constant, angry calls for President Donald Trump’s impeachment.
Her impeachment rallies are so constant, some of the citizens Waters represents are frustrated she’s focused all her energy on raising her political stock instead of good governance.
One confronted Waters at a recent anti-Trump rally and asked Waters to stop her attacks.
Waters responded angrily, calling Trump a “lying man” and said he’s “in bed with Putin” and that he was guilty of sexual assault of women.
When the constituent asked about former President Bill Clinton’s, Waters got angry and began yelling, “I don’t care about Clinton!”
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Then, the constituent warned that she’s going to work hard everyday to make sure that President Trump isn’t impeached…. but that Waters is impeached instead.
The challenge caused Maxine Waters to go ballistic and scream at the woman, “You cannot impeach a woman of Congress!”
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Political analysts have marveled at Waters’ meteoric rise to national fame.
Since January, the mainstream media has gushed with love over the California liberal’s radical anti-Trump stance, and nicknamed her “Auntie Maxine.”
“From the glowing coverage and partisan praise, you’d barely detect that just a few years ago the veteran California congresswoman was dubbed one of the nation’s ‘most corrupt’ elected officials by the Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington for her role in pushing a bailout for a bank tied to her family,” according to The Daily Beast.
In fact, the California congresswoman is so shameful partisan she refuses to even talk to the other side. Waters plans to boycott any meeting, event, ceremony or public event with the president, at the White House or even in her home district of Los Angeles.
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“I don’t see myself meeting with him, sitting down with him, believing anything he would say or even respecting anything he would say,” Waters said angrily to The Associated Press. “It would not be honest on my part to go to any ceremonies with him or to pretend I am having a decent conversation with him.”
Conservative commentator Armstrong Williams said he thought Waters’ heated rhetoric was “very sad, very disappointing, and just not the kind of legacy that she would want to be remembered by.”
Fox News personality Bill O’Reilly said earlier in the week that he had a hard time concentrating on a Waters speech because he was distracted by her “James Brown wig.” He apologized later in the day.
When asked about Waters’ suggestions on impeachment earlier this year, White House press secretary Sean Spicer said despite “these little political stunts on the House side, the bottom line is I think, by and large, you see the support that the president’s receiving for his policies throughout the country.”
One of her most popular moments online is her reaction to a top-secret congressional briefing by FBI Director James Comey on accusations of Russian hacking during Trump’s campaign. An obviously angry Waters walked up to some microphones reporters had set up for departing attendees and glared at the cameras.
“Can I help you? What do you want?” she shot at reporters. When asked what Comey said, a frustrated Waters threw up her hands.
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“It’s classified, and I can’t tell you anything. All I can tell you is the FBI director has no credibility,” Waters snarled, and walked away.
After Trump fired Comey, Waters immediately reversed her criticism of the disgraced former FBI director and attacked the decision as “highly unusual.”
She was heavily criticized for her “incoherent” attempts to explain her political flip-flop.
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The Associated Press contributed to this article