Angry Maxine Waters Scolds Black Community for Not Supporting ‘Impeach 45’

What have you done for me lately?

Giving race hustler Al Sharpton a run for his money, Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) scolded an assembly at a Congressional Black Caucus Town Hall on Civil Rights, telling tem that the black community has failed in supporting her efforts to “impeach 45.”

Pointing a lot of fingers, Waters said, “Don't come here and tell me, ‘Maxine, you keep on doing what you do.’ But when you gonna give me some support? How many of you in your organizations have said, 'Impeach 45?’”

Waters then told the boisterous crowd that impeachment means whatever the Congress would like it to mean.

“Impeachment is about whatever the Congress says it is,” she boasted. “There is no law that dictate impeachment. What the Constitution says is ‘high crimes and misdemeanors,’ and we define that.”

“Bill Clinton got impeached because he lied,” Waters continued. “Here you have a president, who I can tell you and guarantee you is in collusion with the Russians to undermine our democracy. Here you have a president who has obstructed justice. And here you have a president who lies every day.”

Spoken with such conviction by someone sworn to uphold the law while having no evidence to convict President Trump of an impeachable offense. That’s got to go against some ethics in the code books, you think?

But her rousing speech wasn’t quite done. Waters addressed black people specifically:

“When is the black community going to say, ‘Yeah, impeach him? It's time to go after him.’ I don't hear you! Don't another person come up to me and say, ‘You go, girl.’ No, you go!”

And that brought the crowd to its feet. Watch below via CNSnews.com:

 

 

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