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'Lock her up' was written by Putin or something.

Maxine Waters admits there’s no evidence to support the crazy conspiracy theory she’s offering

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By —— Bio and Archives May 19, 2017

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If there’s a poster child for people who’ve lost themselves down the “impeach Trump” rabbit hole, it must be Maxine Waters. The California Representative has been making all the news rounds, proudly displaying both her abject ignorance and her absolute conviction that Putin was running Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign.

Her latest revelation is that Putin wrote Trump’s famous “lock her up” campaign chant.  Apparently, when he wasn’t busy running the evil empire with help from Obama’s post-election flexibility, Vlad was coming up with rally slogans for a real-estate mogul who may or may not have decided to run.

....That makes perfect sense.

Oh, and just in case you have a fever or some sort of metal issue that would make you think Waters has evidence of this, you should know that she doesn’t. ...And she doesn’t claim to.  In fact, she readily admits that such evidence doesn’t exist.

Enjoy the clip. It’s the craziest thing you’ll see until Sunday night’s Twin Peaks premiere:

Maxine Waters Admits There Is No ‘Actual Evidence’ Of Trump-Russia Collusion Yet


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