Omar Navarro, the GOP candidate in California that competes against his Democratic counterpart Rep. Maxine Waters has called for her arrest over Waters’ recent threat to “take out” President Donald Trump.
Navarro even suggested the Secret Service should take action against her threat.
“I’m calling for the arrest of Maxine Waters. Let’s get ready for it,” Navarro tweeted Sunday.
I’m calling for the arrest of Maxine Waters. Let’s get ready for it. #VoteNavarro2018🇺🇸
— Omar Navarro (@RealOmarNavarro) October 23, 2017
“Secret Service should call for Maxine Waters immediate resignation after these comments. We don’t need lip service,” he wrote in a separate tweet.
Secret Service should call for Maxine Waters immediate resignation after these comments. We don’t need lip service. https://t.co/D80jhU2rg1
— Omar Navarro (@RealOmarNavarro) October 22, 2017
“Wow, what a moving evening this is,” Waters said on October 13 in a video released Friday.
“I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take out Trump tonight,” Waters added as the crowd cheered.
Here's the video YouTube deleted of Maxine Waters promising to ‘go and take out Trump’: pic.twitter.com/vYKf5lTH4t
— Baked Alaska™ (@bakedalaska) October 22, 2017
Over the last several months, Waters has called a number of times for Trump’s impeachment, more recently over his dissent with NFL players who knelt for the national anthem to protest racial injustices against black Americans.
“We face unprecedented challenges today in our struggle against HIV and AIDS and I want you to know those people in Congress on the opposite side of the aisle from me control every branch of our federal government,” Waters said, reported The American Mirror. “And we have, unfortunately, an unstable, erratic person in the White House.”
“We don’t know what this president will do, or say, or tweet from one day to the next. Don’t forget, this is not a political event, but I’m heading toward impeachment,” Waters continued.
“Another challenge we face today is Republicans’ determination to repeal the Affordable Care Act, commonly known as Obamacare,” said the Democratic legislator.
“Without Obamacare, insurance companies will once again be able to deny care to the people living with HIV and other pre-existing conditions. Furthermore, without Obamacare states like California that expanded Medicaid will not be able to cover low-income adults living with HIV.
“And so, the House Republicans’ Obamacare repeal bill which passed the House in May will cut $100 billion from Medicaid and cause 23 million Americans to lose their health insurance,” Waters, 79, added. “So far, the Senate has been great. It has refused to pass the bill.”
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