Maxine Waters Claims Trump Dossier Allegations “Absolutely True,” Then Walks Claim Back 1 Day Later


The mentally unstable Maxine Waters went on national television this week to proclaim that salacious allegations against President Donald Trump in an unsubstantiated Russian dossier are true.

During an interview with Ali Velshi on MSNBC, Waters said that we must “get to the facts of what it is,” but she could not produce a shred of evidence for what she was about to claim.

“Oh, I think it should be taken a look at,” Waters said. “I think they should really read it, understand it, analyze it, and determine what’s fact, what may not be fact. We already know that the part about the coverage they have on him with sex actions is supposed to be true. They have said that that’s absolutely true. Some other things they kind of allude to. Yes, I think he should go into that dossier and see what’s there.”

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Who is “they” Ms. Waters?  The Russians?  The fake news outlets like CNN and The Washington Post, which is owned by a man who just got a multi-million dollar contract with the Deep State, that is at war with the Trump administration and is literally spying on the world, including American citizens contrary to the law?  Is that the “they” you are referencing?

Realizing that Waters was making serious charges without evidence, Velshi at least took the time to call her out on it, almost sarcastically.

“You say you think them to be true,” he said. “How are we all going to find out what is true and what isn’t true? Does it help that you think so? Unless you have information that we don’t, that’s an allegation.”

Right, it’s an allegation, but Waters wants to make people think she knows for sure, but you know what she’s really engaging in?  That’s right… conspiracy theories.  Yes, I had to laugh out loud myself.  Furthermore, she is doing it without a shred of evidence, which is why on Friday, she was walking back that claim.

NBC News reports:

Rep. Maxine Waters, a Democrat from California, walked back her claim on Thursday that seemed to confirm the existence of compromising tapes of President Donald Trump with Russian prostitutes without providing any evidence.

The congresswoman’s office released a clarification on Thursday after she said on MSNBC earlier in the day that the sex allegations in an unverified dossier claiming that Russia has compromising information about Trump were “absolutely true.”

An aide to Waters said that she had not leaked any classified or new information.

“She wasn’t talking about anything that’s not already in the public domain,” the aide said, adding that Waters — a harsh critic of the Trump administration — was attempting to refer to her support of an investigation into the ties between Trump associates and Russia during the presidential election.

Waters has said that she believes and investigation into the matter would make it necessary for Trump to be impeached.

“I think that if we do the investigations that we will find the connections and I do think that impeachment will be necessary,” Waters said.

Yet, we didn’t hear a peep about the hundreds of documented crimes of Barack Hussein Obama Soetoro Sobarkah from this woman or any other Democrat, did we?  The hypocrisy here is glaring.  Can anyone take her serious?  Has anyone taken her seriously?  Or are we in the midst of simply reporting on “fake representatives” who offer us “fake news” now?

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