Batty Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., got into an insane exchange with Rep. Mike Kelly, R-PA., over who was more offended, as if that’s a fair contest for a GOP lawmaker.
“I am more offended as an African-American woman than you will ever be,” said the perpetually offended Waters.
All of which works out well, considering that Kelly, an auto dealership owner, is not an African-American woman.
The brouhaha broke out during a House Financial Services committee meeting where members debated overturning Obama-era legislation prohibiting automobile dealers from engaging in discriminatory practices.
Kelly dared question the Democratic Party’s divisive racial grievance narrative while speaking in defense of the auto industry.
“We’re trying to make America great every day and every way and the best way to do that is to stop talking about discrimination and start talking about the nation,” Kelly said on the House floor. “We’re coming together as a people in spite of what you say.”
The California Democrat obsessed with impeaching President Donald Trump got in the prerequisite smack at the president: “And this business about making America great again, it is your president that is dividing this country.”
“No, I will not yield!” the grandstanding congresswoman spewed when asked to yield the floor.
“Don’t you dare talk to me like that,” she told Kelly, “and think that somehow women don’t understand what goes on the floors of automobile dealers.”
Water would then get into it with chairman Rep. Tom McClintock, R-Calif, when he reminded her to address the chair, as protocol dictates, not members individually.
In the midst of a pissing contest over who is more offended over discrimination, she cries that she is being discriminated against.
You can’t make this stuff up, folks.
“I don’t appreciate that you did not interrupt [Rep. Kelly] when he was making those outrageous remarks about him knowing more about discrimination than I know about discrimination,” Water seethed.
And you wonder why former Speaker John Boehner drank so much?