Attorneys for one of the U.S. capital’s top nonprofits is on record as submitting a hand-delivered letter to both the chairman and the co-chairman of the House Office of Congressional Ethics — a group accused of letting Democrats get away with crime, but coming down hard on Republicans — calling for an investigation into whether Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) violated House ethics rules by encouraging violence against Trump administration Cabinet members. Rep. Maxine Waters addressed a rally in Los Angeles on Saturday, June 23, telling a crowd:
“If you see anybody from that Cabinet in a restaurant, in a department store, at a gasoline station, you get out and you create a crowd and you push back on them! And you tell them that they are not welcome, anymore, anywhere.”
A famously corrupt — but politically untouchable for high crimes and misdemeanors — congresswoman known by the GOP and the Democratic Party’s fake news media for violating laws and regulations to enrich her family members, especially her banker husband, will hold the chairmanship on the powerful House committee that oversees the nation’s banks, loan companies and other financial firms.
“Even for Washington, D.C., this is a bit much. Democrats have chosen a scandal-plagued colleague, veteran Congresswoman Maxine Waters, to be the ranking member on the House Financial Services Committee despite her many transgressions over the years. The influential congresswoman has helped family members make more than $1 million through business ventures with companies and causes that she has helped, according to her hometown newspaper,” said officials with Judicial Watch a group that investigates and exposes political and government corruption and fraud.
A few years ago Waters was investigated by the House Ethics Committee for directing millions of dollars in federal bailout funds to a failing Massachusetts bank (that subsequently got shut down by the government) in which she and her board member husband were large stockholders, according to Judicial Watch.
“Waters also came under suspicion for skirting federal elections rules with a shady fundraising gimmick that allows her to receive unlimited amounts of donations from certain contributors. For years the veteran Los Angeles lawmaker has raked in hundreds of thousands of dollars in short periods of time by selling her endorsement to other politicians and political causes for as much as $45,000 a pop instead of raising most of her campaign funds from individuals and political action committees,” Judicial Watch alleges.
Despite a long — and prosperous — career as a corrupt and dishonest race baiter, Waters is expected to hold a top position on the Financial Services Committee which has jurisdiction over all issues pertaining to the economy, the banking system, monetary policy and international finance. While Waters has risen in political power and profited greatly from her congressional seat, her constituents have remained poor and angry with what Waters calls the “evil white men.”
“Maxine Waters is nothing more than a ‘poverty pimp’ like her supporters Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, and other blacks and whites who claim to help the plight of the poor and uneducated. In fact, their stance on illegal immigration shows they are prepared to allow non-citizens take the jobs and government handouts away from blacks so the Dems can get more and more uneducated voters,” said former police detective and U.S. Marine Sid Franes, an African American conservative.
The announcement of Waters’ expected windfall promotion was made last week by the House Democratic Caucus steering and policy committee, which is controlled by none other than Rep. Nancy Pelosi, the former House Speaker who used the U.S. Air Force as her personal airline.
In a statement announcing the steering committee’s recent new members, Pelosi bragged, “They “reflect the diversity, energy, bold ideas, and creative thinking of all House Democrats , and embody our Democratic commitment to create jobs, strengthen the middle class, and grow the economy.”
Judicial Watch’s released statement noted: “It wouldn’t be right to part without also noting some of Maxine Waters’ international accolades. She has made worldwide headlines for her frequent trips to communist Cuba to visit her convicted cop-assassin friend, Joanne Chesimard, who is also known by her Black Panther name of Assata Shakur. Chesimard was sentenced to life in prison after being convicted by a jury of the 1979 murder of a New Jersey State Trooper. With the help of fellow cult members, she escaped from jail and fled to Cuba.”
Outraged U.S. lawmakers insisted she be extradited but Waters always stood by her side, likening the cop-assassin to civil rights leader Martin Luther King. In fact, she wrote Cuban Dictator Fidel Castro a letter to assure him that she was not part of the group of U.S. legislators who voted for a resolution to extradite the cop murderer. Waters told Castro that she opposed extradition because Chesimard was “politically persecuted” in the U.S. and simply seeking political asylum in Havana, where she still lives, according to Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton..