As we reported yesterday, Hillary Clinton has decided to emerge from the woods and get back into the fray to support the Democrat Party and attack Donald Trump. The problem is, they don’t seem to want her (how many times has THAT happened in her life?).
No, Democrats have anointed a new shining star and you won’t believe who it is. Ready?
Per BizPac Review, You know Democrats are scraping the bottom of the barrel when they pin their future on a 78-year-old career politician who thinks Vladimir Putin invaded Korea.
California Congresswoman Maxine Waters was declared “the newest hero of the anti-Trump” movement by leftist website BuzzFeed and an “icon of the Trump resistance” by MSNBC.
In the nauseating puff piece, BuzzFeed hailed “Auntie Maxine” as a powerful “icon” who stands for Democratic values.
Yes, let’s talk about those “values.” Waters was rated one of the “most corrupt” members of Congress in 2005, 2006, and 2008 by liberal watchdog CREW (Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington) — funded by George Soros no less.
Per BuzzFeed, Congresswoman Waters is that light. She’s shaking it up and telling the truth, and we all owe her for it. She’s the Auntie Boss: As real as your Auntie and as powerful as only a black woman could be.
Here’s an example of Waters’ brilliance from a February press conference where she claimed Putin had invaded Korea.
— Asa J 🇺🇸 (@asamjulian) February 7, 2017
Naturally, the internet erupted in hilarity.
— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) April 2, 2017
The Dems need to keep Waters,Pelosi,Schumer,Warre,etc. it just makes them look Crazy,Desperate,Stupid & on a path of destruction!
— joyk9 (@joynorthga) April 2, 2017
— Chip (@chipwoods) April 3, 2017
Waters was again in the headlines last week after Bill O’Reilly made a joke about her hair saying her “James Brown” wig distracted him for hearing what she was saying – which became its own meme, of course.
Maxine Waters' hair does not look like James Brown's.
— Josh (@JoshNoneYaBiz) April 1, 2017
Democrats really do seem to be circling the drain at the moment, and it’s glorious to watch.
[Note: This article was written by Michele Hickford]