Maxine Waters: Trump Is ‘Abnormal’ – He ‘Needs To Be Checked Out To See If He’s Crazy’ (Video)

Maxine Waters: Trump Is ‘Abnormal’ – He ‘Needs To Be Checked Out To See If He’s Crazy’ (Video)

Since the Left’s conspiracy theory that President Donald Trump “colluded” with Russia to win the election has fallen flat, Rep. Maxine Waters has turned to calling for his impeachment because she thinks he’s “crazy.”

Speaking at the California African American Museum in Los Angeles on Wednesday, Waters said that President Trump needed “to be checked out to see if he’s crazy.”

Waters said, “We’re talking about a president who not only does not deserve to be the president of the United States, but he deserves, in my estimations, to be impeached.”

She continued, “Are we going to sit here and wait for the next presidential election? I don’t think so. I don’t think so. He has done enough damage in the time he has been there.”

After an “impeach 45” chant, Waters added, “He is abnormal. He needs to be checked out to see if he’s crazy. So let us resist, resist, resist.”

You want to talk about crazy.

In June, Chris Hayes asked Waters about the White House claiming that the bill will cut costs and cover more people and Waters replied, “Well, that’s just not true.”

“Take for example the state of Kentucky. Almost one-third of those people in that state are covered by Medicaid, and so they’re talking about eliminating 700 billion in, uh, Trumpcare bill.”

Really, 700 BILLION people in Kentucky would be harmed if Senate Republicans repeal and replace Obamacare – talk about crazy.

In February, Waters has an Aleppo moment and says Russia is invading Korea.

If anyone should be checked out to see if they are crazy it’s Maxine.
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