Maxine Waters goes on SHOCKING rampage during funeral eulogy

Maxine Waters has attempted to re-brand herself as the “face of the resistance” during the Trump presidency, which just shows how desperate some on the Left are if Waters is the woman they’re putting their faith in.

She must personally be infected with a particularly strong strain of Trump Derangement Syndrome — or, an irrational hatred of the president — as the man truly appears to be the only thing on her mind. On Saturday, she attended and spoke at the funeral of the late comedian Dick Gregory, giving a eulogy in which she managed to call for the impeachment of President Donald Trump.

According to the Daily Wire, “

I’m cleaning out the White House,” Waters said. “We’re going to sanitize the White House. We’re not going to take what is happening in this country. Haven’t you taken enough?” she yelled — to the mourners.

“And then comes along this person,” she said. “This person who does not respect you. This dishonorable human being who cheats everybody! This dishonorable human being who will lie at the drop of a hat.

“This dishonorable human being who has the alt-right, and the KKK and everybody else inside his Cabinet!” she bellowed to applause.

“This dishonorable human being who can criticize everybody but (Vladimir) Putin and Russia,” Waters said, referring to the man who just increased sanctions on the blustering country.

Moments later, Waters said, “Not only are we going to clean out the White House. We’re going to take back the house that slaves built!

Closing, she said, “And I know my colleagues get very upset. Some get afraid when I say ‘impeachment,’” she told the cheering mourners.

“When I get through with Donald Trump, he’s going to wish he had been impeached!” Waters yelled, pointing at the crowd.

“I feel it very deeply — I am so offended by him and I love my people so much I’m not gonna put up with it.

“I’m gonna say ‘Impeach 45 everyday,’ ‘Impeach 45 everyday,’ ‘Impeach 45 everyday,’” she said during the eulogy.

Certainly not the right place to go off on such a tangent, but the audience seemed to love it.

They must be just as crazy as her.

[Note: This post was written by Matt Palumbo. He is a co-author of the new book A Paradoxical Alliance: Islam and the Left, and can be found on Twitter @MattPalumbo12]


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