Skip to comments.Flashback Ė Maxine Waters Complained Obama Didnít Rid Bush-era U.S. Attorneys Fast Enough
Posted on 03/13/2017 12:48:58 PM PDT by davikkm
California Democrat Rep. Maxine Waters complained that Barrack Obama didnt get rid of Bush-era U.S. attorneys fast enough back in May of 2009.
Maxine Waters: As we understand it, the protocol has been that U.S. attorneys hand in their resignations and would give the new administration an opportunity to make new appointments, we dont see that happening quite fast enough.
The fake news media has been wringing their hands over Sessions request for Obama-era attorneys to resign as if its something that has never been done before. This was standard operating procedure after Obama became President. They also failed to mention that Bill Clinton fired 93 U.S. attorneys in one day in 1993.
If it werent for double standards, the Democrats wouldnt have any standards at all.
FLASHBACK: Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) complained Pres. Obama didnt rid of Bush-era U.S. attorneys fast enough pic.twitter.com/6315J9eL48
FOX & friends (@foxandfriends) March 13, 2017
Honesty and consistency.
Two things you will NEVER get from a Democrat. Especially THIS one...
You can be 100% certain that liberals will go nuts over something they’ve done themselves.
House and Senate Democrats are worried. Trump is going to put attack dog US attorneys in key areas to go after some overly vocal critics.
Maxine Waters is an original individual that the N word was derived to describe. IGNORANT,LAZY, THIEF AND Liar. By the way most people to not realize that the word came from within the black community itself.Or at least that is what I was told as a child and chided then I should not use it.
In a land of total Fools, California Democrat Rep. Maxine Waters is the biggest FOOL of them all.
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