Democrat Rep. Maxine Waters complained about President Trump’s penchant for calling people names, then immediately responded by dubbing him “Con Man Don.”
Waters was responding to a recent incident in which Trump, stumping for Rick Saccone, a Republican candidate for Congress in a special Pennsylvania House election, referred to Waters as “a low I.Q. individual.”
“You ever see her? — ‘We will impeach him, we will impeach him’,” Trump railed, mocking Waters. “She’s a low I.Q. individual — you can’t help it, she really is.”
We ran President Trump’s claim through a rigorous fact-checking process and determined his assessment of Waters to be ‘true.’
Mad Max doesn’t agree, however, and she unleashed on the President, saying she doesn’t approve of his name-calling then immediately referred to him with her own nickname.
When they go low, we go high … or something.
Waters said she is used to his “name-calling” and that she “has plenty (of names) for him.”
The Democrat continued by saying his insults are clearly sexist. Because he’s never come up with names for men who’ve raised his ire before.
“He is expert at name-calling,” Waters asserts. “And it seems that he is identifying and picking up more and more women that he’s attacking. I expected this though. This is not only typical of him, this is what this con man does.”
At the same rally, President Trump referred to NBC’s “Meet the Press” host Chuck Todd as a “sleeping son of a b****.”
He has previously referred to Todd, who is not a woman, as a “moron,” “loser,” and has repeatedly referred to him as “sleepy eyes.”
So perhaps Trump isn’t calling Waters a “low I.Q. individual” because she’s a woman. Maybe, just maybe, he’s saying it because she is, in fact, a low I.Q. individual.
This is, after all, a woman who not only vows to impeach the President because he mean-tweets NFL players for kneeling during the anthem, a woman who shrieks about said impeachment at funerals, but it’s also a woman who recently vowed to seek reparations for slavery if Democrats take back control of Congress.
— Robert Crane (@crane_robert) March 5, 2018
Waters once told supporters that she’d “go and take Trump out,” a particularly unintelligent thing to say in an age of Republican shooters and neighbors who tackle GOP senators.
Earlier this month, the President said Waters “has to immediately take an IQ test.”
We agree, but we’re not sure the scale will dip low enough to accurately measure Waters’s score.
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