Maxine Waters has a lot of explaining to do along with the rest of the conspiracy theorists in the Democratic party.
Look, they went all in on Russian collusion and they came up empty so you would think they would apologize and move forward as a country.
But not Maxine Waters, she is doubling down. From American Mirror:
Maxine Waters still believes the “Kremlin Klan” won the White House for President Trump, despite the evidence indicating otherwise.
But no one can convince her that just because Special Counsel Robert Mueller found there was no collusion with Russia, that it’s over.
“This is not the end of anything!” Waters told MSNBC’s Joy Reid as they realized the report was a giant nothing burger for Democrats.
“This is the— well, it’s the end of the report and the investigation by Mueller. But those of us who chair these committees have a responsibility to continue with our oversight,” Waters said.
“There’s so much that, uh, needs to be, you know, taken a look at at this point,” she claimed,” and so it’s not the end of everything.”
Enter Rudy Giuliani. From The Daily Caller:
“I think they’re shameless,” Giuliani told Fox & Friends Monday morning. “You would think they would have the decency to say, ‘I was wrong. I made a mistake.’”
The former mayor declared that Trump has “been absolved, vindicated, exonerated — you pick the word.”
After listening to a string of Democrats who all indicated they believed beyond a doubt that Trump had colluded with Russia to win the 2016 president leadership, Giuliani noted, “These people are unhappy with the finding. Shame on them! Shame on them!”
On Sunday, Independent Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders demanded “the whole damn report,” even though significant portions cannot be released due to security and privacy concerns.
Commenting on the Mueller probe and how they sent SWAT teams to arrest people in their homes, the presidential lawyer said, “They conducted this investigation as if this were a terrorism … or organized crime case.”
Referring to some of the members of Mueller’s team as “rabid partisans” Giuliani said, “If they can’t find [proof], it’s not there. There was no obstruction of justice. There was no collusion.”
But he suggested people should be asking something else. “Now the question is if there were three investigations — no evidence of collusion — who made it up?” Giuliani asked on “Fox & Friends” Monday morning. “It didn’t just come out of thin air. I want to know who did it. Who paid for it? Who fueled it? Because the person that did it, and the group that did it, knows it’s untrue because they invented it.”
He insisted, “Every American should breathe a sigh of relief” over the release of the Mueller probe and its indication that the president did not commit “these crimes.”