The Democrats’ Summer of Rage continued on Sunday as they gathered in Los Angeles to stage a collective airing of grievances about the Trump presidency.
Maxine Waters and Nancy Pelosi were on the docket at the #ResistMarch, an amalgam of leftist malcontents, and the House Minority Leader looked on as Waters attacked Trump and once again called for his impeachment.
She said Trump “calls himself President of the United States of America,” as do the vast majority of Americans.
“He’s not my president,” she yelled to the delight of the audience. “He’s not your president! He lies. He cheats. He’s a bully. He disrespects us all,” she said.
Moments later, with Pelosi standing just feet away, Waters led the crowd in an “Impeach 45” chant.
“I know that some people may not quite be ready. I know that some are a little hesitant. I know that some are saying, ‘I’m not so sure, Maxine, what you’re saying is the right thing to say.’
“But I’m saying Impeach 45!” she yelled, her voice cracking.
She went on to say, “I know that we are going to take our country back from him,” using a phrase — “take out country back” — once deemed racist by former Attorney General Eric Holder when it was used against President Obama.