Poor liberals. One by one, they’re forced to admit that no, there’s actually no evidence of any collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.
In an interview with Jonathan Capehart with The Washington Post, Rep. Maxine Waters acknowledged that after months of investigations and all the classified briefings she’s attended that there’s absolutely zero evidence of collusion.
“Have you seen anything – either through the intelligence briefings – anything to back any of the accusations that you’ve made?” Capehart asked.
“First of all, Waters said. “Don’t forget that all of our intelligence agencies say – yes – they have the documentation that they did use the hacking on the DNC and some of us.”
Capehart interrupted: “But the collusion though?”
“No, we have not,” Waters said, almost despondent.
Reporter to Maxine Waters: Any evidence there was collusion between Trump and Russia
— Jessie Jane Duff (@JessieJaneDuff) May 11, 2017
This admission comes the day after an interview with MSNBC’s Peter Alexander where the California Democrat suggested that Hillary should have fired Hillary if she was elected – but Donald Trump shouldn’t. The Washington Examiner reports:
“I think the president, if the president had fired [Comey] when he first came in, he would not have to be in a position now where he is trying to make up a story about why it does not meet the smell test,” Waters told MSNBC’s Peter Alexander.
“So if Hillary Clinton had won the White House, would you have recommended that she fire FBI Director James Comey?” Alexander asked.
Waters responded, “Well, let me tell you something, if she had won the White House, I believe that given what he did to her, and what he tried to do, she should have fired him. Yes.”
“So she should have fired him but he shouldn’t have fired him? This is why I’m confused,” Alexander said.
“No, no you’re not confused,” she responded.
Get it? Because the Democrats sure don’t.