When it comes to the Democratic party, most tend to focus on President Joe Biden and the dismal job he is doing in the White House. But why should Biden get all the glory when the left is full of people just like him? There is AOC, Kamala Harris, Andrew Cuomo – the list is almost endless. Although on Tuesday, one Democrat, Maxine Waters, stole the spotlight for claiming that a hacker had erased her Twitter account. While not unusual, she made this announcement using her Twitter account and presented no evidence of being hacked.
Waters, who serves as chairwoman of the House Financial Service Committee, wrote on Twitter, “I have been hacked and my Twitter account has been erased. I will take care of this. M Waters.”
I have been hacked and my Twitter account has been erased. I know who has done this. I will take care of this. M Waters.
— Maxine Waters (@RepMaxineWaters) October 12, 2021 
That was the end of the conspiracy surrounding the deleted account, but that doesn’t mean users weren’t quick to point out the obvious – how could you tweet that you have been hacked using the same account you claim is hacked? While confusing to read, it is even more strange knowing that Waters is starting a secret war with an individual she believes hacked her non-hacked account.
As for Twitter, users brilliantly mocked the Representative, showing the true ruthlessness of the internet.
One user didn’t use words at all and let the classic scene from Liam Nesson’s Taken.
— drew olanoff (@yoda) October 12, 2021 
Although hilarious, another user claimed they found a picture of the supposed hacker featured below.
The hacker: pic.twitter.com/jntzOXxLAN 
— Fintwit (@fintwit_news) October 12, 2021 
Fox News editor joked, “If you undelete my Twitter account, that will be the end of it. I will not look for you. I will not pursue you.”
With Waters once claiming the Russians were linked with former President Donald Trump, Washington Free Beacon Executive Editor Brent Scher claimed, “It was the Russians!”
It was the russians! https://t.co/J7A5TM7T6R 
— Brent Scher (@BrentScher) October 12, 2021