‘Impeach Maxine Waters’ signs appear outside town hall; Waters threatens Trump, ‘I’m coming for you’

WatersOn Saturday, Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., held a town hall event in Inglewood where she threatened to press for impeachment of Pres. Trump.  Meanwhile, signs outside her event gave her a dose of her own medicine and called for her impeachment.

According to CBS Los Angeles:

Thousands of her supporters, and a few protesters, crowded into the high school auditorium.

Laurie Perez spoke with Rep. Waters about what some are calling her breakout moment as one of the nation’s loudest critics of the president.

Waters, who represents California’s 43rd District, made a rock star entrance into the Inglewood high school auditorium bringing back to L.A. the “impeach trump” rallying cry that has catapulted her from hometown heroine to political “it girl.”

“Donald Trump, I’m coming for you!” Waters shouted.

“Auntie Maxine” as some now call her has become the poster child for those resisting the president’s policies. But her opponents posted what some were calling unflattering and racist posters of Waters that were quickly taken down.

Here’s just some of the posters and signs spotted outside the event:


There was so many tweets referencing the signs and posters that the phrase, “Impeach Maxine Waters” began trending on Twitter.



“In this business you expect there are people who disagree with you or even hate you,” Waters said, according to the CBS report. “I put everything on the line, I’m going for it [because] I cannot suffer him, I’m so offended by him and the way he’s conducted himself, the way he disrespects people and to add insult to injury he doesn’t respect the government, he doesn’t know anything about it.”

Waters, by the way, still has not condemned the violent threats and calls to murder the president and his supporters.

H/T: The Gateway Pundit


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