Maxine Waters Is Off The Deep End – Claims Putin Invented “Crooked Hillary” and “Lock Her Up” for Trump – VIDEO

Thursday Maxine Waters blessed MSNBC with her presence. Once again it was confirmed, Maxine Waters is off the deep end. She told MSNBC that President Trump is colluding with Russia. She also said that there is evidence of this. That wasn’t all, she took things a step further. She said that Vladimir Putin invented the phrases “Lock her up!” as well as “Crooked Hillary.”

Maxine Waters: I really do believe that a lot of what you see coming out of Trump’s mouth is a play from Putin’s playbook. I think that when you saw him absolutely calling Hillary crooked, the ‘lock her up, lock her up!” all of that was developed. I think that was developed strategically with people from the Kremlin, with Putin.

This is a convenient time to remind you that Maxine Waters is the voice of the Democratic Party.

Maxine Waters Is Off The Deep End

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The anchor doesn’t know what to say when she says this comes out of Putin’s playbook. The look on his face is priceless. Really what can you say? Let her finish and move on with your life.

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