Waters refused to witness the inauguration, she pronounces it “in naug ger a shun” of President Trump. She represents an 85% non-white congressional district, #43, on the far Left coast of America. She is part of the non-white congressional caucus. Waters has weaponized her skin color against President Trump whom she vividly detests. Speaking about the criminal thefts from Korean-owned stores by local black residents during the L.A. Riots, she said: “There were mothers who took this as an opportunity to take some milk, to take some bread, to take some shoes … They are not crooks.” Oh yes they are. They didn’t pay for the goods so that’s stealing but Waters follows a different morality that’s upside down compared to most of the planet.

Along with “moonbat Michael” Moore, Waters praised Fidel Castro. Pro Cuba is one thing but she’s anti-America. She demanded an end to the U.S. trade embargo. In 1998 Waters wrote a letter of gratitude to Castro citing the 1960s and 1970s as “a sad and shameful chapter of our history,” and thanked Castro for providing help to those who needed to “flee political persecution.” In 1998, Waters wrote an open letter to Fidel Castro asking him not to extradite African-American activist Assata Shakur. After a woman drowned during an attempted escape from Cuba to the U.S. in 1999, leaving a six-year-old son, Elian Gonzales, who survived and requested asylum in the U.S., Waters called on President Bill Clinton to return him at once to Cuba.[32]

CONDUCT DURING THE LA Riots
In 2001, Waters called Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan a “plantation owner.” During the L.A. riots in 1992, Waters described the violence as a “spontaneous reaction to injustice.” She held “economic, social, cultural, and political” factors responsible and that the riots should rightly be called a “rebellion” or “insurrection.” Waters co-sponsored Rep. John Conyers’ bill calling for reparations for slavery to be paid to black Americans.
TEA PARTY
Waters said “as far as I’m concerned, the ‘tea party’ can go straight to Hell … and I intend to help them get there”. This is a troubled woman.
The Los Angeles Times in 2004, Maxine Waters’ relatives had made more than $1 million during the preceding eight years by doing business with companies, candidates and causes that Waters had helped. They claimed she and her husband helped a company get government bond business, and her daughter Karen Waters and son Edward Waters have profited from her connections. Waters replied that “They do their business and I do mine.”[55] Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) named Waters to its list of corrupt members of Congress in its 2005, 2006, 2009 and 2011 reports. She was accused of using her position to prevail upon officials to meet with OneUnited Bank without disclosing that she and her husband had significant stock holdings in the company.[56] Since she was on the Financial Services Committee she largely had the role of determining where TARP funds would go. 12 Million in TARP funds went to OneUnited without her ever disclosing that she had a financial stake at the company.[57][58][59] Citizens Against Government Waste named her the June 2009 Porker of the Month due to her intention to obtain an earmark for the Maxine Waters Employment Preparation Center.[60]

In 2010, Waters came under investigation for ethics violations and was accused by a House panel of at least one ethics violation related to her efforts to help OneUnited Bank receive federal aid. Waters’ husband is a stockholder and former director of OneUnited Bank and the bank’s executives were major contributors to her campaigns. In September 2008, Waters arranged meetings between U.S. Treasury Department officials and OneUnited Bank, so that the bank could plead for federal cash. It had been heavily invested in Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae, and its capital was “all but wiped out” after the U.S. government took them over. The bank received $12 million in Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) money. The matter was investigated by the House Ethics Committee which charged her with violations of the House’s ethics rules in 2010. Waters used her position as a senior member of Congress and member of the House Financial Services Committee to prevail upon Treasury officials to meet with OneUnited Bank. She never disclosed that her husband held stock in the bank. She beat that rap too.
She made Judicial Watch’s 2011 “Ten Most Wanted Corrupt Politicians.” list.

Waters 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. On December 21, 1971, Shakur was named as one of four suspects by New York City police in a hand grenade attack that destroyed a police car and slightly injured two patrolmen.
Shakur was one of those wanted for questioning for wounding a police officer attempting to serve a traffic summons in Brooklyn on January 26, 1972.[35] After a March 1, 1972 $89,000 Brooklyn bank robbery, a Daily News headline asked: “Was that JoAnne?”; Shakur was also wanted for questioning after a further September 1, 1972 Bronx bank robbery.[35] Msgr. John Powis alleged that Shakur was involved in an armed robbery at his Our Lady of the Presentation church in Brownsville, Brooklyn, on September 14, 1972, based on FBI photographs.[36]

In 1972, Shakur was the subject of a nationwide manhunt after the FBI alleged that she was the “revolutionary mother hen” of a Black Liberation Army cell that had conducted a “series of cold-blooded murders of New York City police officers,”[5] including the “execution style murders” of New York Police Officers Joseph Piagentini and Waverly Jones on May 21, 1971 and Gregory Foster and Rocco Laurie on January 28, 1972.[37][38] Shakur was alleged to have been directly involved with the Foster and Laurie murders, and involved with the Piagentini and Jones murders.[39] Some sources go further, identifying Shakur as the de facto leader and the “soul of the Black Liberation Army” after the arrest of co-founder Dhoruba Moore.[40] Robert Daley, Deputy Commissioner of the New York City Police, for example, described Shakur as “the final wanted fugitive, the soul of the gang, the mother hen who kept them together, kept them moving, kept them shooting.”

Between 1973 and 1977, in New York and New Jersey, Shakur was indicted ten times, resulting in seven different criminal trials. Shakur was charged with two bank robberies, the kidnapping of a Brooklyn heroin dealer, attempted murder of two Queens police officers stemming from a January 23, 1973 failed ambush, and eight other felonies related to the Turnpike shootout.

Shakur was indicted in six other incidents — charged with: murder, attempted murder, armed robbery, bank robbery, and kidnapping. Chesimard was sentenced to life in prison after being convicted by a jury of the 1979 murder of a New Jersey State Trooper which happened in a shootout on the N.J. Turnpike. With the help of fellow cult members, she escaped from jail and fled to Cuba.

Outraged U.S. lawmakers insisted Chesimard/Shakur be extradited to the U.S. to face justice in an American courtroom 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.

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