Maxine Waters: I still believe in Russia collusion ‘even though I don’t have the facts to prove it’

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Democrat Maxine Waters says she still believes that Donald Trump colluded with Russia, even though she admits she has no proof and the Russia collusion hoax has been debunked. (screenshot)

Democratic Congresswoman Maxine Waters says she still believes in the Russia collusion hoax, even though she admits that she has no proof and the conspiracy theory was debunked by Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s two-year investigation.

Waters made the remarks during an incoherent rant on CNN yesterday.

“I believe — even though I don’t have the facts to prove it — I believe that Putin wanted to lift the sanctions,” Waters said. “He’s always wanted to lift these sanctions that were placed on him because of his interfering with, and incursion into Crimea. And so I believe that they wanted to elect President Trump and Trump — I will always believe this — that he agreed that if he got elected, he would lift those sanctions.”


(Source: Out Front with Erin Burnett)

The main reason why Waters is reviving the Russia collusion hoax is that many Democrats believe their impeachment will fail to remove President Trump from office.

Accordingly, several Democrats — including Congressman Al Green and Congresswoman Karen Bass — have vowed to impeach Trump again after he wins reelection in 2020.

Both Green and Bass have stated that they plan to revisit the debunked Russia collusion hoax in their next impeachment efforts.

The Democratic impeachment stunt has only buoyed President Trump’s approval ratings. Trump’s approval ratings have spiked steadily since Democrats launched their impeachment on September 24.

And this is according to the latest CNN poll — a poll that routinely oversamples Democrats.

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(Source: CNN poll)

New polls also show President Trump beating every single Democratic candidate in the general election — despite the media’s nonstop negative coverage.

As for Maxine Waters, instead of obsessing over debunked conspiracy theories, she should spend more time listening to her own constituents. Every time Waters returns to California, she gets confronted by angry voters who want to know why she’s neglecting the people who voted her into office.

In 2018, a constituent berated Waters for supporting mass illegal immigration, which has destroyed the once-thriving Golden State.

The same thing happened in 2017 when a black Trump supporter asked Waters why she prioritizes illegal aliens over the black community.

Waters was recently slapped with another ethics complaint alleging that she’s charging fellow Democratic politicians tens of thousands of dollars to endorse them and is funneling the money back to her daughter.

Waters — who has been in Congress for 29 years — has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars each election cycle as part of a gravy-chain operation called “slate mailers,” also known as “endorsement mailers.”

The slate mailer operation is a lucrative enterprise where an established politician like Waters gets paid to endorse a fellow Democratic political candidate. The mailers are sent to 200,000 residents in South Central Los Angeles, a district Waters represents (but does not live in).

As BizPac Review has reported, Maxine Waters’ daughter, Karen, has raked in more than $750,000 since 2006 to oversee this cushy slate-mail program.

Karen Waters has been on the payroll of her mother’s campaign committee, Citizens for Waters, since 2006. In 2016 alone, Karen Waters was paid $70,000 to run her mom’s slate-mailer operation.

Maxine Waters was elected to Congress in 1991. Her career highlights include being rated one of the most corrupt members of Congress by the George Soros-funded liberal watchdog CREW (Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington). In three different years.

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Maxine Waters is reportedly famous for her James Brown wig collection. (screenshots)

How can a congresswoman — whose annual salary is $174,000 — afford a lavish $4.3 million mansion in Los Angeles? Waters also reportedly owns several other properties.

Waters’ congressional district has a per-capita annual income of $26,436, where 20.5% of the population live below poverty. Instead of addressing the needs of her constituents (1 out of 5 of whom are impoverished), Maxine is wasting taxpayer money trying to undo the results of a national election.

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Samantha Chang

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Samantha Chang is a senior staff writer for BizPac Review. Based in New York City, she is a financial editor and lawyer.
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