Maxine Waters: I've Seen More Integrity From Gang Members Than Trump
Democratic Rep says she's worked in 'the toughest communities'
Democratic California Rep. Maxine Waters blasted President Donald Trump claiming that gang members have more integrity than him during an interview.
Speaking on an episode of Showtime’s “Desus & Mero," Water called Trump a “street player” and compared him to Los Angeles gangsters, The Hill reported.
“I have worked in some of the toughest communities,” Waters said.
“I’ve worked with gangs, I’ve worked with Crips, I’ve worked with Bloods.”
“And there’s more integrity in many of these young people in the hood than this man has,” she added.
Waters previously described Trump as a “poster boy for what a mob protestor looks like” in October 2019.
In May, Waters demanded that Trump was "imprisoned & placed in solitary confinement" over his "filthy talk."
"Mad Maxine" accused the president "using mob language" and "implying [whistleblowers] should be killed" before declaring: "Impeachment is not good enough for Trump."
In 2018, Waters was caught inciting violent riots against Republicans and their supporters, which was far more similar to the behavior of a 'gangster' she accused the president of being.
“If you think we’re rallying now, you ain’t seen nothin’ yet."
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"Let’s make sure we show up wherever we have to show up, and if you see anybody from that Cabinet in a restaurant, in a department store, at a gasoline station, you get out, and you create a crowd, and you push back on them, and you tell them they’re not welcome anymore, anywhere."
Earlier this week, Waters admitted there are not enough Americans resisting and speaking out against President Donald Trump.
During an MSNBC interview, Waters said:
“The American people should be focused on Barr," she said.
"We should be joining with all of those federal prosecuting attorneys that have decided he should step down, that he should resign."
"We should be supporting them and backing them up," she added.