Watch Maxine Waters go off on constituent: Impeach me? ‘You can’t impeach a member of Congress!’

What a Numb Nut MOONBAT!!!

California Congresswoman Maxine Waters got a taste of her own medicine when a constituent threatened to have her impeached.

Melani Bell confronted Waters on Sunday, slamming her for her disrespectful treatment of President Trump and her repeated hollow threats to impeach him. They’re empty threats because of the bipartisan agreement that Trump has committed no impeachable offense.

“I’m going to work every day to make sure that he isn’t impeached and that you’re impeached!” Bell vowed.

A furious Waters shot back: “You can’t impeach a member of Congress! No, you cannot impeach a member of Congress!”

Bell posted a YouTube video of the encounter, where she revealed that she had been ignored despite repeatedly calling Waters’ office and emailing her for “five minutes of your time.”

Waters seems to have forgotten that as a public servant, she works FOR voters like Bell.

Melani Bell then scolded Congresswoman Waters for her mistreatment of President Trump. “I love my president,” Bell said.

Waters replied: “I can’t stand him! He’s the most horrible man I’ve ever seen in my life. Your president is a dishonorable, lying man.”

Los Angeles street artist Sabo recently plastered the city with “Impeach Maxine Waters” artwork.

Waters has hypocritically trashed President Trump for being “corrupt” while she has been using her political position to help her daughter and husband pocket boatloads of cash during her 13 terms in Congress. Psychiatrists call this “psychological projection.”

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Waters’ career highlights include being rated one of the “most corrupt” members of Congress in 2005, 2006, and 2008 by the George Soros-funded liberal watchdog CREW (Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington).

In 2008, Waters was charged with three counts of ethical violations after allegedly helping OneUnited Bank secure $12 million in federal bailout funds while hiding the fact that her husband owned stock in the bank.

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