Maxine Waters is the queen of anti-Trump conspiracy theories in Congress.
She has alleged the President has broken numerous laws and even coordinated with Vladimir Putin to rig the 2016 elections.
And now, she just jumped off the deep end with this latest Trump conspiracy theory.
Maxine Waters suffers from a severe case of Trump Derangement Syndrome.
The California Democrat has spent the past two years working to be one of the most vocal anti-Trump critics in Washington, and she’s just getting started.
After alleging that President Trump broke numerous laws to work with Vladimir Putin in order to defeat Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential elections, Waters decided to take things a step further.
This past week, she’s now spreading another baseless conspiracy theory.
This time, Rep. Waters is alleging that President Trump is responsible for an attack on a TV actor.
NTK reports, “Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) blamed President Trump for the alleged hate crime attack targeting Empire actor Jussie Smollett during an interview with The Giro on Tuesday.”
Smollett was attacked by two men who beat him senseless this past week.
The initial reports from the liberal media alleged that the assailants were wearing Trump MAGA hats and shouting political insults at the actor, though there is no evidence to back these claims up.
Chicago Police, who are investigating the crime, have yet to prove any motivation for the attack.
But Waters has decided to hold Trump accountable for a random act of violence.
“We have to understand this is happening for a reason. Why all of a sudden do we have people unable to study while black, unable to mow a lawn while black, unable to have picnic while black, and being attacked?” Waters said.
“It’s coming from the president of the United States. He’s dog whistling every day. He’s separating and dividing, and he’s basically emboldening those folks who feel this way,” she added.
Waters made the claim that President Trump’s behavior in the White House led two men to attack a TV actor and use Trump’s campaign themes as the justification for doing so.
Yet none of this is true.
Indeed, there’s actually no evidence at all that any Trump supporter attacked Smollett in the first place, let alone that Trump was the one who orchestrated the attack or somehow encouraged it through his actions as President.
Waters is simply playing partisan politics here.
That much is obvious.
But what’s clear from her allegations directed at the President is that Waters is willing to take things to a whole new low in order to score cheap shots on President Trump.
It’s one thing to disagree with the man, even vehemently.
It’s another thing to allege that he is inciting random acts of violence against other American citizens.
Waters should know better, though it’s likely she already does and simply doesn’t care about the consequences of her words and actions.
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