Last week, Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters said that her “greatest desire” was to see President Trump impeached.
On something called Cheddar that purports to be a news network, according to liberals, Waters said, “I hope he’s not there for four years. I hope that this man and who he is, the way that he has defined himself, the way that he is acting—I am hoping that we are able to reveal all of this. And my greatest desire is to lead him right into impeachment.”
Moving on, Waters got herself onto CNN’s “Newsroom” on Monday, where an obviously skeptical Brooke Baldwin could hardly believe what the congresswoman was pushing.
“First of all,” Waters began, “just let me say these are not normal times. We have a president who is creating chaos and division.”
Presumably, she meant with all the riots he’s sponsoring to protest his own presidency.
She continued, blah blah blah (redacted for the sake of who gives a damn, Maxine?), then said, “I want to know, and a lot of people want to know was there collusion between Putin and the Kremlin and this president as they hacked our DNC and our DCCC and some of us? We want to know how deep does that go.”
I’ll tell you how deep it goes: as deep as the pocket of the Democratic Party employee who got fed up with your and your friends’ garbage, copied all your dirty laundry onto a flash drive and delivered it to Julian Assange over at Wikileaks before being shot twice in the back on some street corner in the dark of the early morning.
Some of us want to know how deep does the murder of Seth Rich go?
Waters continued: “We have investigations that have already started. There is an investigation in the Senate Intelligence yes, in the House you have investigations going on in several places in several ways. This man is questionable. and what I’m saying is, because we are suspicious, many of us about who he is, where he came from, what his actions are and all of his conflicts and this business of loving Putin and the Kremlin so much, we have to find out more about him. And some of that I think leads to the possibility of impeachment.”
You can’t help but wonder where all this Democratic curiosity to find out more about someone was when Obama came around without a birth certificate, with a shady past, and his pro-Muslim agenda.
To which Waters replied eloquently, “No, no, no, no, no, no.”
(It actually reminds me of a funny family story involving a toddler, who had just learned the German word for no, sitting in a high chair in a crowded restaurant, singing, “Nein, nein, nein, nein,” like a little Hitler.)
Getting back to Waters, I know what you’re thinking: If this woman’s IQ were electrical wattage, it’s extremely unlikely that she’d be able to light a Christmas tree bulb. And you would be correct.
However, don’t underestimate her potential for comedy gold. After all, her big complaint about Trump is that he allegedly loves Putin and the Kremlin.
Yet, Maxine is one of six co-founders (with Bernie Sanders) of the Congressional Progressive Caucus, basically the party’s Socialist (capital S) contingent. That’s not such a problem for the Left these days, as most liberals think socialism’s cool because it gives you free stuff.
The really humorous part of Maxine’s routine, though, is that it was a Democratic president, Bill Clinton, who was actually impeached, and what happened? Nothing. He probably got himself a new intern to diddle.
Genius that she is, Waters apparently doesn’t realize that impeachment doesn’t itself cause the removal of a president. And Trump doesn’t seem like the type of person who would care what Democrats think of him anyway.
It’s all just more liberal flailing as the Democrats look for some way to undo the election. It’s totally pointless, but it sure is funny.