Sen. Crazie Mazie Hirono (D-HI): It’s a ‘Conspiracy Theory’ to Think Dems Were Out to Get Trump


Sen. Mazie Hirono (D., Hawaii) on Tuesday said Republicans are spreading a “weird conspiracy theory” that Democrats wanted to impeach Donald Trump since he became president.

“What I found astounding was they’re still saying that we were out to get the president from day one, some sort of a weird conspiracy theory that I have to say, even [Supreme Court Justice Brett] Kavanaugh brought up,” Hirono said on MSNBC.

Hirono was referring to Kavanaugh’s contention in his confirmation hearing that “anger about President Trump and the 2016 election” led to an onslaught of unproven allegations. Kavanaugh did not mention impeachment in his hearing.

Rep. Maxine Waters (D., Calif.) championed the impeachment of Trump in numerous televised appearances and said she thought it could happen by the end of 2017.

“The President is a liar, his actions are contemptible, & I’m going to fight everyday until he’s impeached,” Waters said in an April 2017 tweet. There’s more

27 Comments on Sen. Crazie Mazie Hirono (D-HI): It’s a ‘Conspiracy Theory’ to Think Dems Were Out to Get Trump

  1. Hey Crazie, remember one day after the election, and before PDJT was sworn in, democrats shouted from the rooftops the election was stolen from Hillary? That’s when it allll started. So, technically, Crazie is correct; it didn’t start the day he was sworn in, it started before he was sworn in. I’d argue it actually started the day Trump came down the escalator.

  2. Early onset Alzheimer’s. She forgets stuff. I’d bet she thinks conservative ninjas conspire and sneak into her bedroom in the middle of the night to set her alarm clock because she doesn’t remember setting it herself.

  3. projection & deflection baby

    First they ignored Trump, then they laughed at Trump, then they fought Trump, then Trump won.

  4. It’s the Mamet Principle: “pretending not to know things.”

    This, and their 24-hour, psychological manipulation and abuse of the public using a complicit media; known as Gaslighting.

  5. …in my high school days, it was a common belief that Maui Wowwee was one of the most potent strains of cannabis you could get.

    This would make it appear it WAS, but ALSO that prolonged exposure caused severe genetic damage to the brain cells of Hawaiian Senators….

  6. Maybe she is correct. After all it is a theory we have about the ongoing conspiracy to remove president Trump from office. A conspiracy that was initiated before or directly after his election to office. So she is technically correct. In much the same way that Hillary and Bill parse language.

  7. A lot is lost in translation from Japanese to English. Mazie has confused the letters “M” and “C” when spelling her name. Sen. Crazie Hirono ( Dumbass-Hawaii ).

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