Maxine Waters scarcely lets a day go by when she doesn’t call out Donald Trump:

It would make sense that Trump would consider Maxine an enemy after she said this:

And don’t forger this jewel. Acolytes of the Church Of Maxine especially found this worthy:

Maxine isn’t pulling any punches and hasn’t been for quite some time. The “Church Of Maxine” is the phenomenon that is referred to when Maxine issues another timely and to the point tweet and the internet jumps on board, “worshipping” at her altar. Disgraced Fox News host Bill O’Reilly is credited as being the founder of the Church Of Maxine.  O’Reilly said her hair reminded him of a “James Brown wig” and Waters clapped back — “I am a strong black woman and cannot be intimidated.” Fighting back O’Reilly may have momentarily raised her profile but she has kept it going since. Five Thirty Eight called Waters, “the institutional voice of the left’s angry id in the Trump era.”