It’s often amusing in an infuriating way to watch politicians fumble their way into some kind of pretzel logic or full-blown confirmation bias. Rep. Maxine Waters (D – Calif.), is rather known for the utter nonsense — to the point of being flat out b.s. — she lets slip out of her mouth.
On Monday night, MSNBC host, Chris Hayes, interviewed Waters when the subject of former FB.I Director James Comey came up. Hayes asked her about comments she made in 2016 when she said Comey had “no credibility” when he was talking about Hillary Clinton and the issues regarding her use of a personal email server.
Waters said she “absolutely meant it.”
But, astoundingly Waters thinks she’s completely rational and consistent to believe the bad things Comey says about Pres. Trump, but not anything he’s said about Hillary.
It’s really something to watch:
California Democrat Rep. Maxine Waters: "I certainly meant it" when I said Comey "has no credibility" – except for when he talks bad about Trump – then "I believe him." pic.twitter.com/yqnTXhWDjj
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) April 24, 2018
Waters shows a remarkable lack of judgment if she truly believes you can believe someone solely based on whether you like the person they’re talking about or not.
The word kakistocracy made its way into the Left’s collective consciousness earlier this month when former CIA director John Brennan used it while talking about the current administration and government leaders. That Rep. Waters has been in government for almost 30 years shows we’ve had a “government made up of the worst” for a while now.