That’s present tense, mind you.
What would we alt media creators do without “Auntie” (the Left’s nickname for her) Maxine Waters? She’s a laugh a minute, more gaffe-prone than Joe Biden, more unhinged than Chris Matthews, more insane than Nancy Pelosi, and more corrupt than Hillary Clinton. (Wait, check that last item. No one is more corrupt than Hillary Clinton.) When news is slow, just find the latest thing Auntie Max has said.
Which currently includes a “guarantee” that President Trump is actively colluding with Russia. Yep, as part of her never-ending crusade to see the president drawn and quartered, Waters is now guaranteeing his guilt — this notwithstanding nary a shred of evidence dredged up by the multiple investigative committees charged with finding something, anything, that will tie the president to Vladimir Putin.
But let’s look a little closer at Waters’s promise. She guarantees it? As a verb guarantee is defined as “provide a formal assurance or promise, especially that certain conditions shall be fulfilled relating to a product, service, or transaction.” The clear implication is that if you cannot make good on your promise, you surrender something. Double your money back. Something.
So what is Auntie Max putting up as collateral? Hey, here’s a thought. How about if she can’t make good on her allegation that the president is guilty of collusion, she agrees to shut her mouth for the rest of her current congressional term, which ends (hopefully forever) in 2018?
That’s more than fair. I’m not asking her to resign immediately, though I can’t imagine that wouldn’t do the Democrats some good.