Liberals tend to be bat sh*t crazy in general, but then you have the radical libs that take crazy to a whole nother level. Maxine Waters, a liberal Congresswoman that falls right into that category. Unfortunately, it looks like Donald Trump is the target of her new crazy attacks. Listen to her claim as to why Trump should be impeached..while making a complete jackass out of herself on LIVE television. This is a member of our Congress., folks. Aren’t you proud?
VIA| Waters appeared on “Hardball” on MSNBC, where she tried to argue that Trump should be impeached. Her reasoning? Trump is an “illegitimate” president because of his “collusion” with Russia. But even host Chris Matthews was confused by what she was trying to say. “If there’s some sort of — as you call it — collusion,” he asked. “Then what? Does that make Trump subject to impeachment? Just generally, tell me what you mean by the term.”
“Well, here’s what I’m trying to get to,” she answered. “If we discover that Donald Trump or his advocates played a role to help provide strategy — if they’re the ones who came up with ‘Crooked Hillary,’ if they’re the ones who came up with, ‘She’s ill, something’s wrong with her energy,’ and the way that he basically described her during the campaign — I think that is something that would put the question squarely on the table whether or not he should be impeached.”
So Trump should be impeached because he came up with a nickname for Hillary Clinton?
Waters continued with her babbling nonsense, and it only got worse for her. “Well, I think that at the point that investigations discover and confirm and can document any of that role in helping to strategize — they had a role in attempting to determine the outcome,” Waters said. “That in many ways they used the information they got when they hacked into emails, etc. — if that was used against Hillary Clinton in some way, yes I think that’s impeachable.”
Of course, Waters has a history of insane behavior towards Republicans. In 2012, she attacked John Boehner and Eric Cantor, saying, “I saw pictures of (John) Boehner and (Eric) Cantor on our screens. Don’t ever let me see again in life those Republicans in our hall, on our screens, talking about anything. These are demons.”