Maxine Waters tells Trump to resign, ‘just get out’ at TIME 100 Gala honoring her
Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., called on President Trump to “please resign” at the TIME 100 Gala on Tuesday night, so that she “won’t have to keep up this fight of your having to be impeached.”
Waters was prompted by a questioner who asked her if she had some advice for Trump.
“I don’t think you deserve to be there,” Waters said, referring to the president. “Just get out.”
The annual event, called the Assembly of the Hounds, in New York, pulls together celebrities and prominent figures to celebrate the world’s 100 most influential people according to TIME.
Maximum Maxine, one of the worlds 100 most influential people??? The pickings must be pretty slim. I think this Dude is more deserving than she is.
Did she say deserve????
With a resume like this OLD GIRL has, I would be very careful of who I Rolled Boulders at. She definitely is NO VIRGIN when it comes to walking a straight line within her boundaries.
Allegations of corruption
According to Chuck Neubauer and Ted Rohrlich writing in the Los Angeles Times in 2004, Maxine Waters’ relatives had made more than $1 million during the preceding eight years by doing business with companies, candidates and causes that Waters had helped. They claimed she and her husband helped a company get government bond business, and her daughter Karen Waters and son Edward Waters have profited from her connections. Waters replied that “They do their business and I do mine.” Liberal watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington named Waters to its list of corrupt members of Congress in its 2005, 2006, 2009 and 2011 reports. Citizens Against Government Waste named her the June 2009 Porker of the Month due to her intention to obtain an earmark for the Maxine Waters Employment Preparation Center.
Waters came under investigation for ethics violations and was accused by a House panel of at least one ethics violation related to her efforts to help OneUnited Bank receive federal aid. Waters’ husband is a stockholder and former director of OneUnited Bank and the bank’s executives were major contributors to her campaigns. In September 2008, Waters arranged meetings between U.S. Treasury Department officials and OneUnited Bank, so that the bank could plead for federal cash. It had been heavily invested in Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae, and its capital was “all but wiped out” after the U.S. government took them over. The bank received $12 million in Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) money. The matter was investigated by the House Ethics Committee, which charged her with violations of the House’s ethics rules in 2010. On September 21, 2012, the House Ethics Committee completed a report clearing Waters of all ethics charges after nearly three years of investigation.
Where else in the world can someone make big money, do very little for it, have enormous benefits and perks, not be held accountable for their mistakes, these fools even get preferred parking at the gym and airports; we would not want to see them do anything to exert themselves.
I especially like # 3 – 4 – 5 – 6 – 10; with # 5 topping the all of the others combined.
SOOOOOOOOOOO; tell me, how the hell do these fools feel they have the right to tell anyone what they do or do not deserve?? If they got what they deserved for their efforts, they would have to be kicking back the American people.
Maximum Maxine and her cohorts have to learn something; they all sound much better with their mouths shut!!
Question of the month:
I know, she has been saving up her nickles and dimes in a Piggy Bank since she was 5 years old.
She has been riding the gravy train long enough. Time to slide over and let another undeserving fool make a few dollar$.