A nitwit Congresswoman has discovered why Democrats lost the election.
No, it’s not failed policy ideas, or a bad candidate, or the American public’s disdain for “business as usual.”
That’s what you think. But Maxine Waters thinks you’re wrong.
The real reason Democrats lost the election is because they’re “too nice.”
That’s right. The screeching, harping, physically assaulting, violent group that made death threats to electors, held up “Rape Melania” signs and committed countless acts of “fake anti-Trump hate crimes” is just too nice.
The California Congresswoman went on MSNBC (where they just nod their heads in agreement to this drivel) and described the “real” problem in her party.
“That has been a problem in my party, that when we’re in power we’re nice. We bend over backwards to work with people. Trump has stepped over everybody.”
— Jacob Soboroff (@jacobsoboroff) December 26, 2016
“He has no respect for his own colleagues, let alone those on the opposite side of the aisle,” she said. “He’s done everything to show he doesn’t have good values and he really can’t be trusted.”
Waters was apparently responding to some Democrats willingness to actually work with Trump. She said “I have no intention of pretending everything’s all right.”
Waters said that the voters who supported Trump should be “concerned.”
“He’s already backpedaled on some of the promises he’s made, so I have no intention of pretending everything’s alright, that we’re going to work together,” he said. “I’m going to fight him every inch of the way.”
Waters even said that if Trump invited her to the White House to sit down and discuss areas of “common ground,” she wouldn’t attend.
“I won’t go. I’m not going to sit down with him. I’m not going to go. I’m not going to pretend. I’m not pretending,” she said. “Why should I trust him?”
I don’t trust him. I don’t believe him. I have every intention to fighting him every step of the way,” she said.
So there you have it. Democrats lost the election because they’re too nice. And Maxine Waters is going to be mean now.
Good luck with that, Maxine.