Rep. Maxine Waters is just plain deceitful to the extent that she subconsciously believes her own deceit. This premise came in handy after she deceptively claimed that she has never called for President Trump to be impeached during an interview on MSNBC on Tuesday.
Waters was asked by MSNBC’s Craig Melvin to name what impeachable offenses Trump has committed, as you would expect from a typical liar, Waters could not name an impeachable offense that President Trump has committed. Instead, she drifted away and brought up the Russian narrative in the 2016 presidential election and possible collusion with the Trump campaign.
Waters had tweeted earlier in the day saying that the President is a liar, his actions are contemptible, and that she was going to fight every day until he’s impeached.
Craig Melvin asked Waters if it would be better for her to wait to call for Trump’s impeachment until all the facts are known. Shockingly, she denied having called for impeachment. In response, Melvin pointed out to Waters that is exactly what she has done with her tweet.
Everyone who has been following up on the occurrences in the recent past can give a long list of examples of Waters calling for President Trump to be impeached.
On Saturday for example, Waters was addressing a crowd in Washington when she said that she doesn’t respect the president, adding that she doesn’t trust the Donald Trump. She went ahead to claim that the president is not working in the best interests of the American people and that she’ll fight every day until he is impeached.
In March, Waters tweeted saying that Trump should get ready for impeachment. She also said that she hopes Trump is not there for four years, adding that she hopes that this man and who he is, the way that he has defined himself, the way that he is acting and that her greatest desire is to lead him right to impeachment.
It’s not only illogical but bizarre for Waters to blatantly claim that she has never called for President Trump to be impeached, despite the loads of evidence that exist.