Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) is one of four Democrats in Congress to announce she'd be boycotting President Trump's first State of the Union address.
Why? Because Trump is "the most despicable human being that could possibly ever walk the earth," she told MSNBC last week. If Martin Luther King, Jr. was still alive, he'd be marching against the current president, Waters has also declared.
Well, if she doesn't want a seat in the room during Trump's historic address, this appreciative veteran certainly does.
@FoxNews Everyone please help and retweet. I would like to take Maxine Waters seats at The State Of The Union Address. If they don't want to go this Military Veteran would gladly go. I'd tell the President how much he means to myself, family, Military, and all of his supporters!— Deplorable Vet ???? (@Elucifer23) January 16, 2018
As you can see by the retweets, people were eager to contribute to his campaign.
You’ve got my vote! If it was up to me I would run them all out and it would be open all vets and active duty. Throw in some cops,firefighters,a few truck drivers,waitresses,miners and everybody else that makes this country work. We all know it’s not politicians that do it!— Greg Lawson (@Glawson896) January 16, 2018
Waters, along with dozens of her colleagues, also maturely boycotted Trump's Inauguration last January. Other Democrats are so bitter over Trump's presidential victory that they have introduced articles of impeachment.
Even House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi admitted that was a bit much.
"Fox & Friends" noticed the veteran's tweet and featured it on their program Tuesday morning. He confirmed he'd be making an appearance on the show Wednesday.