Petition to Expel Maxine Waters Crosses 100k Signatures – White House Must Respond

If Maxine Waters can be elected and remain in office for nearly 40 years, I suppose that means any of us can.

Not only does she not even reside in the district she represents (which has seen virtually no improvements in its quality of life since Maxine was elected decades ago), she resides in her own ivory tower, a $4.3 million mansion in a different district.  How did she possibly afford that mansion on a public servant’s salary? Even asking such questions is racist, according to Maxine.

Not like she’s ever actually done anything in Congress, she’s become even less productive in the Trump era. In fact, over the past two years, “Impeach 45” appear to be two of the only words left in Maxine’s vocabulary. She’s been calling for Trump’s impeachment before Inauguration Day. But as it turns out, there’s no shortage of people that would like to impeach Maxine Waters too.

Following her comments encouraging the harassment of Trump supporters after Sarah Huckabee Sanders was denied service at a restaurant, a petition went up on the White House’s website demanding her expulsion from Congress. (RELATED: Maxine Waters Calls for Violence Against Trump Supporters). Anyone can create a White House petition, and if they cross the threshold of 100,000 signatures, the White House will issue a response commenting on the petition.

“It’s time for Maxine Waters to go” the petition begins. “Waters has crossed a dangerous line, calling for attacks and violence against all Trump officials.”

In conclusion, “Under the circumstances, censure is not enough for Maxine Waters. Waters should face expulsion for what she’s done.”

The petition now tops 100,000 and will result in a response from the White House.

While no policy changes have resulted from this petition system (created by the Obama Administration), it has led to some funny responses. For instance, a petition from 2013 asking Congress to build a Death Star well passed the threshold requiring Obama’s White House to respond. Among their reasons for rejecting the petition included the reasoning that “The Administration does not support blowing up planets,” and “Why would we spend countless taxpayer dollars on a Death Star with a fundamental flaw that can be exploited by a one-man starship?”

It’s not like Trump can remove Maxine from Congress, but given his prior mudslinging with “low IQ Maxine Waters,” I have my fingers crossed that we’ll see a hilarious response to the petition.


Matt is the co-founder of Unbiased America and a freelance writer specializing in economics and politics. He’s been published in The American Thinker, Rare, The Foundation for Economic Education, The Ludwig von Mises Institute, and National Review. He is the author of the new book A Paradoxical Alliance: Islam and the Left. Follow him on Twitter at @MattPalumbo12.

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  • Unfortunately I don't think the WH can do anything about her.She's pretty much told Schumer and Pelosi to mind their own business.I think it boils down to the people in the district that she represents to recall her.Since they keep voting for her,I don't see that happening anytime soon.

  • She can be censored by the Congress. Maxine Waters has become so toxic, a group of her supporters just burn an American flag yelling "black power". Maxine Waters single-handedly has created an atmosphere of violence and abuse. She should be voted out; she's old and reactive, and is no longer worthy of serving her constituents or our country. She sick in the head, demented, and just plain OLD!

  • I agree BIG time with everyone!! And I think scabs like them should be victims of illegal criminals instead of innocent people, ESPECIALLY extremely ugly skanky faggot *itch “whoopie.” I used to like her, I thought highly of her when she said she wasn’t african American that she was a proud black American. The democrap in her turned her into a classless POS scab.

  • Maxine Waters cannot be faulted in any way whatsoever. She's in congress because her voters want her there. She represents perfectly the very flower of liberalism in every way, shape and form. She is the champion of cry-baby snowflake losers who can't get what they want any legitimate way, so they resort to yelling, intimidation and violence. Ever try to have an intelligent discussion with a liberal? They all sound just like Maxine; and apparently that reflects the mentality of her entire district. If she runs for president, I personally will pay for her campaign!

  • The president does not have that power. Only the legislative body of which she is a member can do it, by refusing her credentials. I am sure it has been done, but I don't recall any time in my life it has happened.

  • Expulsions from Congress

    In the entire history of the United States Congress, 20 Members have been expelled: 15 from the Senate and 5 from the House of Representatives (of those, one member's expulsion, William K. Sebastian of Arkansas, was posthumously reversed). Censure has been a much more common form of disciplinary action in Congress over the years, as it requires a much lower threshold of votes to impose.

    The great majority of those expelled — 17 members — were removed from office for their support of the Confederacy in the immediate aftermath of secession.

    In 1861, after the Civil War had broken out, eleven Senators (including former Vice President and Kentucky Senator John C. Breckinridge) and three Representatives were expelled for supporting the Confederacy.
    In 1862, three more Representatives were expelled for supporting the Confederate States: John Bullock Clark and John William Reid of Missouri, and Henry Cornelius Burnett of Kentucky.

    There have only been three other expulsions:

    In 1797, Senator William Blount of Tennessee was expelled for treason, with charges centering on a plan to incite the Creek and Cherokee to aid the British in conquering the Spanish territory of West Florida. Blount remains the only Senator to be expelled for a reason other than supporting the Confederacy.
    In 1980 Representative Michael Myers of Pennsylvania was expelled for bribes in connection with the Abscam scandal.
    In 2002, Representative Jim Traficant of Ohio was expelled after he was convicted on numerous counts of bribery, racketeering, and tax evasion.

    Let's hope Mad Max and Crazy Nancy are the next two.

    Source Wikipedia

  • All members of the "black caucus" should be kicked out. They are totally unproductive, and leading a posh life just by screaming "racism" 24/7.

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