Watch Maxine Waters scream at crowd to ‘get rid’ of ‘dangerous’ Trump

Earlier this month, Maxine Waters, the California Democrat obsessed with impeachment and conspiracy theories involving Russia, screamed that the president is “dangerous” and told her audience to “get rid” of him.

“Get rid?”  Seriously?  Is that a threat?  It sure sounds like it to us.

Here’s the video:

Reaction was pretty much what you’d expect:

One person, however, said there is a cure for Maxine Waters:

Meanwhile, 100 Percent Fed Up said, Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y. “was singing the same tune” at a NYC event:

Senator Chuck Schumer was one of many speakers at the Human Rights Campaign’s Rise Dinner in NYC…He started his speech off by apologizing for his inappropriate attire. He then jumped into immediately trashing Trump by calling him “dangerous” and the “worst man”. He pulls the oldest stunt in the book by ripping up his speech in front of everyone to tell a story of his humble beginnings. Yawn…

Indeed, these people need professional help…

“We are dealing with probably the most dangerous and worst man in the presidency we have ever had in the history of this nation, but we are going to win the fight. If we can take back the Senate, that means that I will have the sole power to determine what goes on the floor of the Senate. It means we’ll be able stop Donald Trump from putting all his junk on the floor and stop the anti-LGBT cascade of things that come into the United States Senate.” – Senator Chuck Schumer

More here, with video.

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