Impeach Maxine Waters? Ask the protesters.


Omar Navarro with protesters outside the home of Rep. Waters

By James Rojas, Field Reporter
TalkRadio 790 KABC News

California Congresswoman Maxine Waters has been calling for the impeachment of President Trump but now there are those calling for her to be kicked out of office.

Standing outside the congresswoman’s home in L.A. are over a dozen protesters, a mariachi band and Omar Navarro. He ran against Waters and lost in 2016 but he’s getting ready for round two in 2018.

“‘Hashtag Impeach Maxine’. See Maxine is talking about impeaching President Donald Trump and yet she doesn’t ask herself what about her? What about her not doing her job for 35 years?”, asked Navarro.

Members of the black community and Latinos for Trump are out here protesting, calling for Waters to resign.

The congresswoman was not home at the time of protest.

Congresswoman Maxine Waters has been making national headlines, calling for the president to be impeached. But outside her home, over a dozen protesters were calling her out.

“She is not representing her constituents, especially the black constituents.”

“She thinks by  putting down our president, we’re going to like her more. Every time she talks, she makes me want to throw up.”

The protesters, accompanied by a mariachi band, are in support of her 2018 congressional opponent Omar Navarro who also attended the protest.

Rep. Waters was not home at the time of the protest.

 

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