Now, this is truly unbelievable. An elected United States Congresswoman has now threatened our President and Vice President.
Hannity is now reporting that once again good ole “Auntie Maxine” who should have probably been put in an “institution” by now has come out and said something downright scary to the so-called “Resistance.” As some Democrats fantasize about impeaching President Donald Trump their fantasy is often cut short when they realize that if they accomplish that all it would mean is that we would have a Mike Pence presidency. But according to self-appointed Resistance leader Congresswoman Maxine Waters, it would be a two-step process.
Of course, this isn’t the first time Waters has called for violence.
Now ask yourselves, what does “Knock Off” mean? Could this woman be calling for the assassination of a sitting American president and vice president? It sure sounds like it.
The fact here is that this woman is corrupt, but since California voters don’t seem to care about corruption just as long as the Democrat Party is the one who is in power.
Here is more via Politico:
“The House ethics committee released its formal charges against Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) Monday, accusing her of three counts of violating the letter and spirit of House rules and federal regulations by assisting a bank in which her husband owned stock.
The 10-page “Statement of Alleged Violation” by the Committee on Standards of Official Conduct Investigative Subcommittee focuses on the actions of Waters and Mikael Moore, who is the congresswoman’s chief of staff and her grandson, and tracks broadly along the same lines as the year-old findings from the independent Office of Congressional Ethics.
Waters is accused of improperly intervening on behalf of OneUnited, a minority-owned bank in which her husband held stock valued at roughly $350,000. The federal government’s Sept. 7, 2008, takeover of mortgage-lending giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac threatened to sink the bank, which was heavily invested in the twin titans of the secondary home-mortgage market.
Waters has denied any wrongdoing and notes her decades of work on behalf of minority-owned businesses. As the highest-ranking black lawmaker on the House Financial Services committee, Waters is a natural recipient of requests for help.
But the ethics committee insists she should have stayed away from the OneUnited matter, given her husband’s stake in the company.
Within a month of the takeover, the value of the congresswoman’s husband’s investment in the bank had plummeted to $175,000 — and he was in danger of losing the entire stake had OneUnited failed.
On Sept. 8, 2008, Waters called then-Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson to request a meeting between his aides and officials from the National Bankers Association, a trade group of minority-owned banks in which OneUnited was the most prominent player.
Two OneUnited executives, Robert Cooper and Kevin Cohee, attended a meeting with Treasury officials the next day. Cooper was also the incoming chairman of the National Bankers Association. Neither Paulson nor Waters participated in the meeting.
The bank officials asked Treasury to cut a check for $50 million to OneUnited to cover the anticipated losses from the takeover of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, according to the ethics committee. Treasury didn’t have the authority to give the money, and OneUnited later asked for a swap of $42 million in exchange for the bank’s $51 million in preferred stock in Freddie and Fannie, according to the earlier OCE report.
Ultimately, smaller banks such as OneUnited were made eligible for funds from the Troubled Asset Relief Program, which did not yet exist when OneUnited officials apparently met with Treasury aides.
After raising $20 million in private capital, OneUnited applied for TARP money and received $12 million.
The first count against Waters states that she broke the rule forcing lawmakers to “behave at all times in a manner that shall reflect creditably on the House.” The committee charges that Moore, acting in his capacity as Waters’s chief of staff, “was actively involved in assisting OneUnited representatives with their request for capital from Treasury and crafting legislation to authorize Treasury to grant the request.”
As you can clearly see by the above article, Maxine Waters has many skeletons to hide. And since we all know by now that President Trump is great at exposing the corrupt DC swamp, the woman must be terrified more will be discovered.
She has spent years in Congress and has done nothing for her constituents. In fact, she lives in a neighboring district because she deems her own district to dangerous for her to live in. And the foolish voters in California keep electing her to Congress.
If we had any justice left in this country this woman would be behind bars. Just like any citizen would be who makes a credible threat against a sitting president and vice president.
Secret Service, where are you?
Maxine Waters: “There are those who say, ‘What if we get rid of him? Then we’ve got that Vice President and he’ll be worse.’ I say knock off the first one and then go after the second one.”
But it's Trump who is inciting violence & division. Yeah, OK. pic.twitter.com/eBlhQ7BE5u
— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) September 17, 2018