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Flashback: Maxine Waters Wasn’t Always a Fan of Partisan Impeachments

Video has resurfaced online that shows the Democrats’ leading voice for the partisan impeachment efforts of President Trump wasn’t always a fan of such tactics.

Rep. Maxine Waters took to the House floor in 1998 to defend none other than one William Jefferson Clinton, despite his clearly defined guilt on charges outlined in the articles of impeachment.

Waters denounced the “partisan impeachment,” labeling it a “Republican coup d’etat” and downplaying the crimes of perjury and obstruction of justice that led to Clinton’s downfall.

Even more bizarrely, she blamed “Christian extremists” who want to control the culture of our nation for the push to oust Clinton, presumably the culture that frowns upon having an affair in the Oval Office.

Waters described Clinton’s impeachment as a “coup” adding that “Bill and Hillary Clinton are the real targets, and the Republicans are the vehicles being used by the right-wing Christian coalition extremists to direct and control our culture.”

She’s almost – word-for-word – describing her own efforts to impeach President Trump: partisan, extremist, culture-controlling (we can’t let those Deplorables have their chosen candidate), a [Democrat] coup d’etat, etc.

Look how far Mad Max has come with her stance on partisan impeachment efforts …

Believe it or not, that’s Waters singing the virtues of impeachment … at a funeral!

“When I get through with Donald Trump, he’s going to wish he had been impeached!” she screeched, pointing a disdainful finger at those in mourning over the loss of comedian Dick Gregory.

“I feel it very deeply — I am so offended by him and I love my people so much I’m not gonna put up with it,” she finished. “I’m gonna say ‘Impeach 45 everyday,’ ‘Impeach 45 everyday,’ ‘Impeach 45 everyday!'”

Many who listen to Waters’s calls to ‘Impeach 45’ are usually taken aback by the notion that she could count that high.

After all, she is a pretty “low I.Q. individual.”

The best part of Waters’s comments? Hailing Clinton for ‘outsmarting’ Republicans and implementing the people’s agenda.

Trump has spent the last two years outsmarting Democrats and implementing the people’s agenda.

Maybe Maxine should look at her past comments and stop her partisan, extremist effort to control our culture and our president.

But then, that would require a certain degree of intelligence.

Is Maxine Waters a hypocrite, an ignoramus, or both? Share your thoughts below!

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