By now we’re all pretty much used to all sorts of insanity rolling out of left-wing publications, and you’d think at this point nothing could possibly leave a reader in shock and awe.
It seems you’re underestimating the level of stupid that freely flows through the world of liberal thought.
Left-leaning rag “Salon” has a deep desire to see Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters run for a higher office.
The office of president.
You can’t make this nuttiness up.
The Washington Free Beacon is reporting, Left-leaning website Salon released a video on Wednesday listing five reasons why Rep. Maxine Waters (D., Calif.) should be the next president of the United States.The video, hosted by Salon columnist D. Watkins, highlighted reasons why Waters has recently become a progressive social media darling.
“Hard work is in her blood,” Watkins said, referencing her working in segregated restaurants at 13 years old.Watkins also noted Waters’s hardworking background and her “amazing reputation” of being an advocate for women, children, and people of color.
“Maxine Waters has an amazing reputation of being a fearless, outspoken advocate for women, the poor, children, people of color,” Watkins continued. “Pretty much everybody that was left out of the Trump campaign.”
He then lauded Waters for her history of political activism, saying that, “before she was even elected to Congress, she was out there on the front lines, fighting against divestment from the South African apartheid regime.”
This is the same woman who has called for the impeachment of President Trump 22 times in the last four months. Not only that, she also supported the idea of ousting Bush and Cheney when they occupied the White House.
What, pray tell, has Trump done in four months that would warrant impeachment? Particularly compared to what Barack Obama did over his eight year term?
The left-wing media has yet to learn their lesson from the truly embarrassing loss they sustained with Hillary.
Then again, maybe they should keep on making the same mistake, seeing as how it’s beneficial for our cause and all.
[Note: This article was written by Michael Cantrell]