Maxine Waters Tries To Imitate Trump Trolling Tweets

At a certain point in all successful fights, the defense turns the offense’s tactics against them in an attempt to get the upper hand. Sometimes, it actually works. On Monday, when California Congress Critter Maxine Waters gave attacking President Donald Trump via Twitter a shot, her lobs and shots were downright duds.

In a series of eight tweets, Waters lambasted Trump for his “fake summit” with “killer Kim Jong Un,” Jamal Khashoggi‘s death, the firing of James Comey, Jared Kushner‘s security clearance and his repeated refrain of “no collusion.”

“Lying Trump came away from fake summit with terrorist & killer Kim Jong-un w/ nothing because Kim never intended to offer anything. Don the con man got conned! Hey number 45, are you still in love w/ Kim?” Waters taunted.

She added: “Lying Trump said he believes killer Kim Jong-un, that he didn’t know what happened to #ottowarmbier. Now he wants to flip the script. No one can believe this unworthy president. He is the most prolific, consistent, good for nothing liar this country has ever experienced.”

Uh, Max, that was last week. A lot has happened since then, including a VERY successful two-hour speech at CPAC by the president that quickly regained any polling ground lost, if any was lost, to begin with.

And then Rep. Waters went on to other subjects:

And thus, Mad Maxine tells us the real story behind her attempts to imitate the world’s master political troll. She’s listing all the reasons the Democrats believe they have a legitimate case for impeachment of the president.

No crime is listed, but a whole lot of mainstream media talking points that have gone nowhere since they were first uttered.

Yes, this all might be a bit much to watch for Americans accustomed to much calmer political waters, but it is entertaining…especially coming from the “Low IQ individual” poster child of the Democrat Party.

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