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5 Reasons Salon is Pushing Maxine Waters for President.. Repeat: This is not a joke.

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They’re kidding right? Maxine Waters for President? Is this a joke or the Democrat Party committing mass suicide? Nope – turns around they are completely out of their minds!! Seriously! Salon has five reasons you should vote for Maxine Waters for president in 2020. She’ll be a spry 82, so she’ll certainly be ‘mature’ enough.

The left in their idiocy has picked this ole bat to be their face of the millennials… never mind that she’s way too old and doesn’t give a crap about them. I’m with Jim Treacher of The Daily Caller… Dear Democrats, please do this… PLEASE. You’ll lose big time. On second thought, hell no. I can’t stand to listen to this geriatric communist. Put a sock in it dear and fade away. You can watch the video here… but have a bucket to hurl in handy.

Let’s see if I can enumerate the reasons the reds at Salon want Maxine as Dear Leader:

1. She’s hard working. It’s in her blood evidently from working at segregated restaurants when she was 13. She learned to hate early it would seem.

2. She’s an advocate for women, children and people of color… just not white people.

3. She’s an uber political activist who started out with fighting for the divestment from the South African apartheid regime. Racism and communism… she’s soooo qualified.

4. Maxine was against the Iraq War. You know… the one where we took out a mass murdering Islamist name Saddam Hussein and his two demonic sons who raped and tortured for fun.

5. And she loves her some millennials, yes she does: “She loves the millennials and we love her back,” he said. Brain damage knows no age.

From the Washington Free Beacon:

Left-leaning website Salon released a video on Wednesday listing five reasons why Rep. Maxine Waters (D., Calif.) should be the next president of the United States.

The video, hosted by Salon columnist D. Watkins, highlighted reasons why Waters has recently become a progressive social media darling.

“Hard work is in her blood,” Watkins said, referencing her working in segregated restaurants at 13 years old.

Watkins also noted Waters’s hardworking background and her “amazing reputation” of being an advocate for women, children, and people of color.

“Maxine Waters has an amazing reputation of being a fearless, outspoken advocate for women, the poor, children, people of color,” Watkins continued. “Pretty much everybody that was left out of the Trump campaign.”

He then lauded Waters for her history of political activism, saying that, “before she was even elected to Congress, she was out there on the front lines, fighting against divestment from the South African apartheid regime.”

Presumably, Watkins meant that Waters was fighting for divestment from the apartheid regime, not against it.

And bonus, Watkins loves Waters because she’s not afraid to attack the Right. Whether it involves the truth or not is irrelevant. They just make crap up these days. He’s found a comrade that hates conservatives as much as he does. How sweet. Waters has certainly been dedicated in her attacks on the White House. According to a FiveThirtyEight analysis, Waters has talked about impeaching President Donald Trump 22 times since January. Waters also vocally supported impeaching former President Bush and his vice president Dick Cheney during their time in the White House.

This is a woman who wants to socialize all businesses and healthcare in America and has said so. She is a vile human being and it figures that those at Salon and on the Left would gravitate towards someone like this. Hate to break it to them… but Maxine is just too long in the tooth for the presidency and we can all be thankful for that. It says a lot about the Left’s desperation though.

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Baron Von Kowenhoven

Baron was just a shy kid with a dream, growing up in the 40's with a knack for story-telling. After a brief career in film, Von Kowenhoven went to Europe in search of fringe-scientific discoveries and returned in the 90's to unleash them on the entertainment and political landscape of America.

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