Rep. Maxine Waters: 'Now Is the Time to Demonstrate Your Patriotism. Support Impeachment!’

By Staff | March 5, 2019 | 12:03pm EST
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( - Rep. Maxine Waters (D.-Calif.) sent out a series of Tweets late on Monday night criticizing President Donald Trump and calling on people to support his impeachment.

“For the faint of heart, who have been waiting for every ‘t’ to be crossed and every ‘i’ to be dotted, now is the time to demonstrate your patriotism,” she said in on Tweet. “Support impeachment!”

“Trump, you have screamed no collusion and no obstruction of justice so many times, trying to influence others, that I think you really believe your own lies,” she said in another Tweet.

“Just stop it,” she said. “No honesty. No truth. No trust. No patriotism.”

“Lying Trump, so you said you did nothing to force security clearance for Kushner, huh?” she said in yet another Tweet. “Who do you think will believe that lie? Must give you credit. You are the boldest, most daring liar I have ever heard of. A pox on all your houses.”

In another Tweet she said: “What more do we need to know? Impeachment is the only answer.”

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