Representative Maxine Waters (D-CA) isn't one of the world's smartest Democrats, and it's her "very low IQ," that seems to have an uncanny ability to make up complete falsehoods and spew them as an elected official.
She's now accusing Jared Kushner, son-in-law of the President of the United States of America, and one of his lead advisers, of being involved in a money-laundering scheme with Paul Manafort.
Maxine seems to have forgotten what year it currently is and that Special Counsel Robert Mueller's case against Manafort dates from the years of 2006 to 2013, long before Donald J. Trump ever began his campaign for the Presidency.
The problem is, there's absolutely no evidence to suggest that Kushner ever met Manafort prior to the 2016 Presidential campaign of Donald Trump, nor is there any reason to suggest that the Trump campaign or transition team were ever affiliated with Manafort's alleged crimes.
That hasn't stopped "Mad Maxine" from slandering the President or his Administration, nor has it stopped her short of engaging in the defamatory statements against Kushner alleging he somehow had something to do with alleged crimes committed by Manafort prior to the pair ever meeting.
The fact that an elected official representing the Democratic Party has committed the crimes of slander and defamation of character isn't surprising, but it only further underscores the President's rhetoric blasting Maxine Waters as being "low IQ," something she proves on a consistent basis.
The propagandist liberal mainstream media have lost their minds over President Trump's statements yesterday calling Maxine "very low IQ," but the rest of the American people and even President Trump's appointments agree with him.
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"We have to defeat [House Minority Leader] Nancy Pelosi and Maxine Waters ― a very low IQ individual," President Trump said.
The crowd went wild yesterday, sending boos towards the name Maxine Waters and Nancy Pelosi, two of the more despised members of the Democratic Party's numerous idiotic elected officials.
"You ever see her? You ever saw her? You ever see her?" Trump asked. "‘We will impeach him! We will impeach the president!' But he hasn't done anything wrong. It doesn't matter, we will impeach him! She's a low IQ individual. You can't help it. She really is."
Earlier today, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin laughed at the President's comments on the NBC Sunday Morning "Meet The Press," where Chuck Todd attempted to attack the President through lines of questions directed at Mnuchin.
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">WATCH: Treasury Sec. Steve Mnuchin tells <a href="https://twitter.com/chucktodd?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">@chucktodd</a> that President Trump's vulgarities and attacks on the press are less important than policy, and should be seen in the context of a "campaign rally" <a href="https://t.co/uoHp8SWWUH">pic.twitter.com/uoHp8SWWUH</a></p>— Meet the Press (@MeetThePress) <a href="https://twitter.com/MeetThePress/status/972831828817207296?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">March 11, 2018</a></blockquote>
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"Look final question for you. Many people, including myself, raise their kids to respect the office of the Presidency and the President of the United States," sleepy eyes Chuck Todd said. "When he used vulgarity to talk about individuals, umm… What are they supposed to tell their kids?"
"You know he likes to put names on people," Mnuchin said. "He did that through the entire presidential election, including all the Republicans that he beat. These are campaign rally issues."
Todd tried to direct the question to Mnuchin again ― would he allow any particular member of his staff who made such comments to stay on the job?
"This is something that is [said] at a campaign rally and the president likes making funny names," Mnuchin said.
It's utterly hilarious for these liberal puppets like Chuck Todd to somehow act as if they're offended, or a moral authority, when their networks attack President Trump twenty-four hours a day, then pretend to be triggered when President Trump throws a knockout punch in return.
Todd, likely upset that President Trump called him a "sleeping son of a bitch," continued again as if he was unhappy with Mnuchin's response, asking if Mnuchin supported such attacks.
"He's using these vulgarities in the context of a campaign and obviously there were a lot of funny moments in that rally," Mnuchin said.
These folks at NBC, like Chuck Todd, clearly aren't reporters by any means. President Trump has exposed their bias, triggered them, and forced them to reveal their cloak and bias.
It's hilariously entertaining to watch.
"Yeah, they were hilarious," Todd replied sarcastically, again making himself look like the complete fraud he is.
Every time they do this, the President wins.
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