Maxine Waters: ‘We Are Well Past the Time When We Should Have Considered Impeachment’ (Video)

Maxine Waters: ‘We Are Well Past the Time When We Should Have Considered Impeachment’ (Video)

Maxine Waters is refusing to accept the results of Robert Mueller’s report, still clinging to “Impeach 45”, even though Mueller vindicated President Trump.

Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) has been saying for two years that Special Council Robert Meuller would expose President Trump for collusion, treason, and as a Russian spy, now that the report is out, and Trump is vindicated, she refuses to accept the results.

If anyone thought for one moment that the Democrats and the mainstream media would accept Robert Mueller’s report if it did not end with a conviction against President Trump, they were right.

The degree of denial over Mueller declaring that the Trump campaign did not collude with Russia is shocking, especially from Trump hater Maxine Waters, who appeared Sunday on MSNBC’s “AM Joy,” and said she believed impeachment of the president should have already been on the table, regardless what the Mueller reports reveals.

For two years all the American people heard was that there was ample evidence to not only impeach President Trump, but to imprison him for treason, which is punishable by death, and all this would be revealed by holier than thou Robert Mueller.  They could not praise the man enough. Now they see him as a traitor to their cause of removing a duly elected president.

Aside from the Democrats and the mainstream media looking ridiculous for reporting fake news for two years, if Trump did not collude with Russia, that means he won the presidency from Hillary Clinton on his own merit, and with the full support of the American people.

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Waters said:

“This president has a way of trying to get into people’s heads. He has been saying no collusion, no collusion over and over again for a long time. He’s going try to conclude that this report is proven that there is no collusion and you have a lot of his sycophants who’ll take the nod from him and they’ll say the same thing. We can’t allow them to get away with this. He does this all the time.

This is not the end of anything. Well, it is to end the report and the investigation by Mueller but those of us who share these committees with our oversight because there are so much that needs to be taken a look at. it is not the end of everything.”

She continued:

“There are very specific things like Manafort given to Kilimnik polling data. Why would he be giving polling data from the election to this Russian? Why would he be literally talking about — well, first of all, we have all of these contacts that we have documented with those members of the group of people who are around this president having met or talk with Russians, and they lied about it? Why would they do that?

If you take a look at the lies and the meetings that took place at Trump Tower, when you take a look at the polling data that has been given to Russians, when you take a look at the fact that Flynn called someone in Russia and told him you know the sanctions were going to be lifted and they can go on with their big energy project, there is so much that’s there that shows collusion. As far as I am concerned and obstruction of justice.

I believe that we are well past the time when we should have considered impeachment of this president.”


 

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