When asked while a guest on “Fox and Friends” to respond to a video clip of Maxine Waters, Bill O’Reilly said that he wasn’t paying attention to her comment, because he was too busy looking at her James Brown wig. Ainsley Earhardt immediately went to the California Congresswoman’s defense and said that she thought Waters was an attractive woman. C’mon Ainsley. No lying on air.
But O’Reilly was onto something. Waters has a striking resemblance to the ‘Godfather of Soul,’ although I bet she can’t sing. There is an uncanny likeness between Maxine and James. O’Reilly was just making a valid observation.
The last thing that should be on the mind of any Conservative is offending Maxine Waters. Actually the nicest thing that I could think to say about this self ascribed socialist is that she could be a stand in for the creator of funk. And I’m not even a James Brown fan,
O’Reilly later apologized, but I would bet money that he had his fingers crossed behind his back. I commend him on his humor.
Was he being unkind to suggest that Waters was wearing a wig in Brown fashion? Seriously? No one was particularly offended by the jokes circulating which ridiculed and parodied Donald Trump’s hair. It was a running joke on mainstream media sites and networks for months. The Left ran billboards mocking Trump’s hair, but Conservatives let it pass.
Let’s quit playing swamp games and be honest here. Maxine Waters is a scourge on American politics. She is the algae in the water.
In August of 2011, Maxine Waters reached her limit concerning the debt-ceiling debate, and she stated that the Democrat Party and Obama should have made the Republicans walk the plank. I’m not sure if she wanted the Republicans put before a firing squad or maybe she was a pirate in a former life, but for whatever reason, Waters believed in death for the GOP.
After the healthcare bill was signed in 2010, Waters became outraged when Tea partiers held a rally and were waving the American flag. She stated, “I was amazed. I really was. I didn’t say anything to anybody. I just watched…the Republicans were out there. They were laughing. They were waving the American flag, and I thought that was outrageous behavior. I really did.” Yes, Maxine, I’m sure you did.
In 2005 Waters called President Bush a liar and Vice-President Cheney a liar and a thief. She wasn’t explicit as to what exactly Cheney had stolen.
For Waters racial politics are front and center. She defended the Rodney King rebellion as understandable and acceptable.
In 1970 Waters got her one and only degree in sociology. A degree in sociology is without a doubt one of the degrees which demands less cognition and more snowflake thinking. But that could be of no surprise to anyone who has observed Waters through the years. Her lack of meritorious substance for landing a position as a national lawmaker is mind-boggling when you consider her lack of intelligence.
Since the election of Donald Trump, the insignificant thinking prowess of Waters has become a matter of significance as she continues to project herself into the spotlight with weekly calls for Trump’s impeachment. When questioned by MSNBC’s Craig Melvin as to her calling for Trump’s impeachment, she flat out and publicly denied that she had ever done so.
Yesterday on “Morning Joe” she stated, “I do not respect this president.” She has no intentions of working with Trump on any issue.
But that’s okay, because nobody respects Maxine either. She’s just one of those noteworthy people who is so dumb that she doesn’t even realize just how dumb she really is, and those are the worst kind and the most dangerous.
As James Brown sings, “Talkin’ Loud and Sayin’ Nothing.” I’m pretty sure he dedicated that song to Maxine Waters. If he didn’t, he should have.