Trump Ends Maxine Waters’ Reign Of Terror, Shatters Her Big Dream

Maxine Waters is dreaming of impeachment for Christmas and she thinks she knows just how to get it done.

By appealing to Trump’s base to desert him…seriously. She thinks she can turn Trump supporters away from him. She is making predictions about Trump’s base and putting words into their mouths.

Maxine knows nothing about the Trump voter and she should look to the scandals like her political newsletter rather than throw stones at Trump and his supporters.

“I believe that this president is dangerous. I think he has undermined our democracy. I think he’s aligned himself with the enemy, with Putin. He loves dictators,” Maxine started.

He has literally undone some of the good public policy that has been created for the safety of the citizens of this country.

And I believe that he certainly qualifies for impeachment. We may never get it done, and maybe Democrats fear that somehow if we move to impeach him, maybe his base will grow larger. I don’t think so,” She added.

“I think that base is going to shrink because they’re going to see who this president really is. He’s talking about closing down the government.

He’s going to hurt some of the very people he claims to want to support. Many of these people are just workers out there, people who are living on their paychecks day to day.

And I want you to know they cannot afford to have their paychecks cut off because this president is going to close down the government. He deserves to be impeached,” she said.

Enter President Trump. From The Washington Times:

The latest Fox News poll showed Mr. Trump with 46 percent approval and 52 percent disapproval, down from a high approval-disapproval split of 48-47 percent in February 2017.

The new poll also gave Mr. Trump a 47 percent “excellent/good” rating on handling the economy, down from 49 percent in January.

Another 48 percent said they believed the Trump campaign coordinated with Russia in the 2016 election, up from 44 percent who felt that way in June.

Mr. Trump said that the overwhelming amount of negative news coverage was responsible for suppressing his poll numbers.

“The news and the polls are fake. I have the greatest base in history,” said the president.