Maxine Waters claims fake sex allegations in fake Russian dossier are true, offers no proof — Video

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While appearing on MSNBC, Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., claimed that the salacious allegations in a fake dossier reported on by Buzzfeed are “absolutely true” without providing any evidence whatsoever.

Here’s video of her claim:

The Daily Caller added:

Waters said we must “get to the facts of what it is” during an interview with Ali Velshi on MSNBC Thursday.

“Oh, I think it should be taken a look at,” Waters said. “I think they should really read it, understand it, analyze it, and determine what’s fact, what may not be fact. We already know that the part about the coverage they have on him with sex actions is supposed to be true. They have said that that’s absolutely true. Some other things they kind of allude to. Yes, I think he should go into that dossier and see what’s there.”

“You say you think them to be true,” Velshi said in a rare act of journalism. “How are we all going to find out what is true and what isn’t true? Does it help that you think so? Unless you have information that we don’t, that’s an allegation.”

Wayne Dupree said Waters should be censured by the House for her outrageous claim.

“I understand former Speaker Nancy Pelosi probably gave her marching orders to go scorched earth on Donald Trump, but this is to the extreme. Pelosi is lying about how Obamacare was done publicly and how Republicans are hiding their crafting of changes in private, and now Waters says this,” he wrote.

“Democrats are fighting nasty, and this has to be hit back hard publicly by the Trump administration.”

We agree.

H/T: Wayne Dupree


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