Representative Maxine Waters (D-CA) has spent much of the past four years relentlessly hurling unhinged attacks at Donald Trump in interviews with every media outlet that will book her.
Though Trump has been out of office for a few weeks now, Waters just can’t seem to give up her favorite pastime of going on television to rip him in the most outrageous ways possible.
In an interview with MSNBC host Joy Reid on Tuesday, Waters said that Trump “absolutely be charged with premeditated murder” for the Capitol riots that took place last month.
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“What’s so interesting about all of this is they tried to make themselves the victim when indeed they are following the president of the United States of America who had advance planning about the invasion that took place in our Capitol,” Waters said. “Even there’s information that some of the planning came out of individuals working in this campaign. As a matter of fact, he absolutely should be charged with premeditated murder because of the lives that were lost with this invasion, with this insurrection.”
Not stopping there, Waters talked about how crucial it is that lawmakers continue to go after Trump and bring him to “justice.”
“So yes, we are threatened, but we can’t back up. We’ve got to fight as hard as we can to see to it that there’s some justice. For the president of the United States to sit and watch the invasion and the insurrection and not say a word because he knew that he had absolutely initiated it, and as some of them said, he invited us to come. We’re here at the invitation of the president of the United States. When he rallied, he said go to the Capitol, fight hard. This is take back your country. So if that’s not inciting the kind of violence that we witnessed, I don’t know what is.”
Waters has long been one of the most outspoken personalities in Congress, and it seems that she has no intention of giving up her vendetta against him now that he’s left office. In the end, it seems that she’ll never be satisfied unless Trump is in prison.
Keep dreaming, Maxine.