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by Daveda Gruber:
Mad Maxine is on the prowl again. The Democrat from California, Congresswoman Maxine Waters, is talking about impeaching President Trump yet again.
On Tuesday Waters told the Woman’s National Democratic Club dinner, “Some people say, ‘How dare her (sic) come out and say, ‘Impeach him? She doesn’t know enough about him to talk about impeaching him.’ But now the American people, whether they say it or not, they know that this man is dangerous.”
She went on to say, “That certainly, he conspired with the Kremlin and with the oligarchs of Russia.”
Well, we all know that Mad Maxine has nothing good to say about Trump but now she’s out to attack Attorney General William Barr.
Waters said, according to the Washington Examiner, “I know that you are all worried about the special counsel and the fact that we have a report that has been described to us in a letter by the attorney general. We don’t know what’s in the report yet, and we’re going to demand it,”
Waters then stated, “Let me leave you with this: Despite the fact that we haven’t gotten the report yet, and we’re going after it, and it may be subpoenaed, that it is being worked on. I’m still saying impeach 45.”
In reference to the Mueller report and the conclusions reached by Barr, Waters was on a different train of thought when she said, “I think we do nothing now but concentrate on getting the information, getting that report.”
According to Politico, Waters also said, “[Impeachment has] never been discussed as a strategy for this caucus. It’s only a few of us.”
Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi had a different approach. Pelosi told the Washington Post Magazine, “I’m not for impeachment. Impeachment is so divisive to the country that unless there’s something so compelling and overwhelming and bipartisan, I don’t think we should go down that path, because it divides the country.”
She wasn’t done and added, “And he’s just not worth it.”
The insults always follow anything that could have been misconstrued as a positive comment about Trump.