Representative Maxine Water is still running her mouth, regardless of how it may impact the upcoming midterm elections, this time going after the House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes.
Nunes’ committee reported to have found “no evidence of collusion, coordination or conspiracy between the Trump campaign and the Russians.”
On Monday night Waters went on “All In” on MSNBC when she took it upon herself to try to check Nunes’ and call him the president’s “messenger boy,”
“Who would believe Nunes was working in a credible way to find out what took place? … So they can conclude whatever they want to. They weren’t doing anything to begin with. It was not a credible investigation, and so we’re not paying any attention to that at all.”
Nunes wasn’t too keen on being accused of lying, therefore, he checked Waters back, but much harder,
“Right after I was named to the Trump transition team, I began getting attacks, I began getting called that I was some agent of Russia, of a foreign power.”
Nunes stated that the FBI and intelligence agencies need to use their time now to focus on “real problems,” because the fact is that there is zero evidence supporting the claims of collusion,
“We spent 14 months on this investigation, looking for collusion. We didn’t find any.”
Give it up, Waters.