There is seemingly no end to the well of crazy from which Maxine Waters draws her inspiration, and her “resistance” rats are drinking the Kool Aid like never before.
The democratic representative has long been one of the most vocal opponents of Donald Trump, both as a candidate and now as Commander in Chief. Waters, who falls somewhere between Nancy Pelosi and Joe Biden on the insanity scale, has been making quite the name for herself over the course of the last year as well, exponentially ramping up her attacks against the President during his first 12 months in office.
Of course, as with all members of the so-called “resistance”, it doesn’t matter what the President actually says or does – it must be opposed by the left. That’s the only way for the democrats to remain relevant in the eyes of their radically-charged leftist followers who have turned ever more violent during the Trump era of American politics.
Now, as if there wasn’t enough liberal vitriol wafting about Washington D.C.’s slowly draining swamp, Crazy Aunt Maxine is taking her own rhetoric to an unheard of level, suggesting that the FCC could regulate the President’s television time in order to protect the nation’s children.
“Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., who appeared on BET Wednesday to lambast President Trump’s State of the Union Address, called for a parental advisory each time the president appears on television.
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“Waters recorded a pre-taped response to Trump’s address, which was broadcast on attorney and political commentator Angela Rye’s BET special.
“’One speech cannot and does not make Donald Trump presidential. He’s not presidential and he never will be presidential. He claims that’s bringing people together but make no mistake, he is a dangerous, unprincipled, divisive, and shameful racist,’ Waters said.”
This hypocrisy could easily stand with no explanation, but where’s the fun in that?
What Waters is suggesting is that the President of the United States, who just delivered one of the most revered, bipartisan State of the Union addresses in recent memory, is not suitable viewing material for the nation’s youth. However, there was no rebuke from Waters and her cohorts when intimate details of Anthony Weiner’s sex life were thrust upon the nation not once, but twice. (No pun intended with “thrust”).
Nor was there any liberal pushback against discussing the crimes of democratic kingmaker Harvey Weinstein who, after sexually assaulting, harassing, and raping his way through 90-some Hollywood starlets did a one week stint in a posh “rehab” facility and then fell out of the headlines.