Maxine Waters Admits She Has Zero Evidence Of Trump-Russia 'Collusion'

Chris Menahan
May. 10, 2017

Representative Maxine Waters admitted that despite leveling "a whole lot of accusations" about "collusions" between the Trump campaign and Russia she has zero evidence to back it up.

Here's the exchange from The Washington Post's "Cape Up" podcast which was released Tuesday:
WASHPO'S JONATHAN CAPEHART: Iíve got to ask you, because you leveled a whole lot of accusations out there about collusions and hacking and all of that. Have you seen anything, either through the intelligence briefings, anything to back up any of the accusations that youíve made?

MAXINE WATERS: First of all, donít forget that all of our intelligence agencies say, yes, they have the documentation that they did the hacking on the DNC and on some of us.
CAPEHART: But the collusion, though?

WATERS: No, we have not. Thatís why investigations are so important, to drill down and to connect those dots and to get the facts. What we have is a lot of smoke that causes us to want to know more about what has happened. Why is it there are so many people around him are connected to oil? Why is it that Michael Flynn, who evidently has a great relationship with Putin, who has received payments for so-called speeches and whoís spent a lot of time in Russia and was accused of talking about sanctions, he lied about it and he got caught?
Despite her stunning admission, NewsBusters pointed out that Capehart didn't even include the revelation in his write-up of the interview.

Instead, Capehart's entire article revolved around Waters accusing Jeff Sessions of being "racist."

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