MAXINE WATERS Gets Pressed On Her Hypocrisy On Former FBI Director James Comey [WATCH]

MAXINE WATERS Gets Pressed On Her Hypocrisy On Former FBI Director James Comey [WATCH]

“All I can tell you is the FBI Director [James Comey] has no credibility!” – Maxine Waters, January 13th 2017.

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Wow, Congresswoman Waters sure has changed her tune in the last few months!

FBI Director James Comey, first appointed by the Obama Administration, was fired by Trump on Tuesday and now all the Democrats that hated him have decided that Comey’s firing is an impeachable disgrace.

And last night in an interview on MSNBC, when confronted with her previous statements on Comey, she has come out with a confusing new line of reasoning, as reported by the Free Beacon. The MSNBC host Peter Alexander repeatedly asked her to explain herself, but got nowhere fast:

Waters said she did not necessarily support Comey’s firing, but was troubled by Trump dismissing him in the midst of an ongoing FBI probe into the president’s links to Russia. If a hypothetical President Hillary Clinton would have fired Comey, however, Waters indicated that she would have supported the decision.

“You believe it would have been better to keep in place an FBI director who you said had no credibility to oversee this investigation than to find someone who you think would be a better choice?” Alexander asked Waters.

Waters said she did not think so but that Trump did.

“No, but I believe the president thought that,” Waters said before citing how Trump previously supported Comey.

“But you said he had no credibility, so it would seem to make sense that he should get rid of him,” Alexander followed up.

Waters refuted Alexander’s comment, indicating that she was outraged by the timing of Comey’s dismissal rather than the fact that he was fired.

“This president basically has interfered with an investigation where he may be implicated. That’s outrageous!” Waters said.

The entire interview is strange. Nowhere else in the world can you claim to be upset that a person you wanted to be fired was fired, except that they weren’t fired by the right person. You can watch it below:

In John Hawkins’ new book, ‘101 Things All Young Adults Should Know’, he teaches in number 17 of the book that if you want to know what a person believes, watch their actions. You can tell from her flip-flopping that Maxine Waters only believes in taking shots at Trump, not in making sure the right people are in the right jobs in D.C.

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Margaret M.

Internet Specialist at Warfare Media.

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