(Maxine Waters shown left) Here’s a woman of bad character. She’s a far left agitator with little regard for and even less understanding of…. the U.S. Constitution. She represents everything a decent voter should oppose.
She’s a corrupt, career politician that has been embroiled in one scandal after another. How she remains in office and out of jail is a mystery.
The woman is devious and has powerful friends, but she’s not smart…literally, not smart. She’s easily controlled and manipulated by her fellow radicals. That’s why I say, Maxine Waters doesn’t have the mental capacity to be seated behind the wheel of a car, much less be seated in Congress! However, if the democrats win the House, guess who could be the new chair presiding over government spending?
This is a nightmare scenario that’s hard to believe and the really crazy part is, she’s actually got a good chance to do it! I would rather pick any…any other democrat…. than Maxine Waters and yet she ranks highest on the list of democrats to Chair the next committee. Un-be-lievable. What’s wrong with the democratic party?
President Trump warned voters against the Democratic Party’s takeover in the upcoming midterm elections, saying their victory will mean California Congresswoman Maxine Waters will be put in charge of the country’s finances.
“Congresswoman Maxine Waters was called the most Corrupt Member of Congress!” Trump tweeted early Saturday. “If Dems win, she would be put in charge of our Country’s finances. The beginning of the end!”
The president appears to be referencing a Fox News report that said Waters is likely to take the reins of a powerful House committee in the event of Democrats retaking the lower chamber.
The 80-year-old lawmaker from California, who Trump previously called a “low-IQ individual,” is likely to be promoted to chairwoman of the House Financial Services Committee, where she’s currently the ranking member. The committee has the power to subpoena and direct the fate of certain bills before they even reach a floor vote.
MAXINE WATERS, SCHIFF AMONG HIGH-PROFILE DEMS POISED TO Control committees if house flips.
Geez, Jack. You really know how to screw up a guy’s day.
This woman let the cat out of the bag around 2008, warning that her aim was to “take over,’ er, ummm, I mean…sputter sputter…mumble mumble oil companies…
Now she’s at it again, warning others:
She dismisses the FACT that her own party created the laws and regulations under Carter and Clinton that led to the financial and housing crash. She is also part of that group of individuals that doesn’t take responsibility. She’s always the victim; always pointing fingers at someone else.
In fact it was Barnie Frank, powerful chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee that refused to heed the warnings for seven or eight years from George Bush, John McCain and others that something had to be done about the situation. See also here.
The Democrat Party is filled with ignorant people who constantly fail to manage the people’s money well and then when a problem arises they pass the buck.
If the Democrats win the House, the next two years will be years of an activist Congress bent on investigations and impeachment hearings for Trump and Kavanaugh. They know Trump will play hardball with them and refuse to sign ridiculous bills so what else would they do?
You are spot on about Maxine Waters, Jack. We might as well go ahead and extend that sentiment to the entire party leadership, if not the entire party.
Ugh…sure don’t look forward to what they have in mind. It will be entertaining but not very productive.
Trump still has so many plans to help the American people. He’s already pushing Congress for a ten percent middle class tax cut and his administration is working on lowering the price of Rx drugs, creating more options in healthcare insurance which will lower the cost for many people, particularly young unmarried people, and much more.
A vote for Republicans means a vote to continue the positive track we’re on. We must retain both houses.
Mad Maxine’s James Brown wig remains smarter than she is . . . . .