Yes, The House Can Expel Maxine Waters

(Associated Press)

Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Cali.), one of Donald Trump’s most vocal critics, got into an argument with one of her constituents on Monday over the California Congresswoman’s efforts to impeach the President.

The constituent confronted Waters, stating that she “loved her President.”

“I can’t stand him,” Waters said shutting her down when she defended Trump. “He’s the most horrible man I’ve ever seen in my life.”

Waters and her constituent yelled over the idea of impeaching the President and the Congresswoman ranted about everything from Russia to the leaked videotape where Trump talked about grabbing a woman by the p*ssy for reasons to impeach him.

“Look I’m gonna work every day to get him impeached,” Waters said.

“I’m going to work every day to make sure that he isn’t impeached and that you’re impeached,” the constituent said back to the Congresswoman. “You cannot impeach a woman of Congress.”

While the term “impeach” is not used to kick out a member of Congress, one can certainly be expelled according to Article 1, Section 5.2 of the Constitution.

“Each House may determine the Rules of its Proceedings, punish its Members for disorderly behavior, and, with the concurrence of two-thirds, expel a Member,” the law of the land states.

Sorry, “Auntie Maxine,” but you need to brush up on your civic lessons.

Watch the full encounter below:

Source: Red Alert Politics

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