Steven Mnuchin, Treasure Secretary and believe it or not, Maxine Waters, House Financial Services Committee Chair, went head to head in a hearing on Tuesday.
“If you’d wish to keep me here so that I don’t have my important meeting and continue to grill me, then we can do that, I will cancel my meeting and I will not be back here. I will be very clear,” said Mnuchin.
It’s difficult to believe that even Democrats would put Maxine Waters in charge of anything!
Waters refused to dismiss Mnuchin through formal means asking him to say for ten more minutes claiming: “This is a new way and it’s a new day. And it’s a new chair. And I have the gavel.”
“This is a new way and a new day.” Waters intends to inject intimidation, and disrespect into her new chair. I’m going to love watching the department head after department head snub “her chair.”
These people are making decisions for our whole country; I think they should have tests to make sure they can do that; some of these people are voted in to spew their racist agenda. What if we needed them in case the country went to war. It’s ok to use those white boys then right. I believe they are making up the majority of our army, so are these racist in Congress passing laws that hurt our service men and women based on race. See it works both ways.
If you got to watch the entire segment, Waters was stalling for time until she could finish reading the note passed to her by one of her staffers reminding her that “gavel” is a fancy word that other people use when talking about what she knows only as the “wooden hammer” that sits on her desk.
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