Schizophrenia: Rep. Maxine Waters: “I Certainly Meant It” When I Said Comey “Has No Credibility” – But “I Believe Him” About Trump
“Mad Max” is back, again. Yep, Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) apparently can’t make up her mind when it comes to whether or not she can believe former FBI Director James Comey, but one this is for sure, whatever Comey says about President Donald Trump, she believes him.
On Monday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “All In,” Chris Hayes played a clip from January 2017 of Rep. Maxine Waters stating, “the FBI director [Comey] has no credibility.”
Waters claimed that she “meant it.” However, “It is quite different when you take a look at Comey and his relationship to the president, what he said, what he’s done. I believe him.”
When it comes to Comey having credibility, Hayes said that Waters and Trump agree.
Waters denied that she agrees with Trump.
“I tried to clarify that, and to say, yes, coming out of that classified briefing, I said that, and I certainly meant it,” said Waters. “However, I think it is quite different when you take a look at Comey and his relationship to the president, what he said, what he’s done. I believe him.”
“I believe him, yes,” Waters added. “And so, then was then, and now is now.”
Well, of course, we all know how much credibility that “Mad Max” has, right?
This is a woman who, without a shred of evidence, claimed the Trump campaign colluded with the Russians to steal the election, and then went on to push for impeachment of President Trump based entirely on an unverified dossier.
Instead, Waters had people showing up at her house demanding that she be impeached.
Waters, like many others in Congress such as Nancy Pelosi and John McCain, clearly have deteriorating mental faculties. For a majority of the public, I’m guessing the trash cans in DC have more credibility than this woman. What do you think?
Article posted with permission from Freedom Outpost