Maxine Waters is one of the most corrupt members of Congress.
The Los Angeles Congresswoman often gets a free pass from the media.
But when Waters showed up for a routine photo op, all hell broke loose before it was over.
Congresswoman Maxine Waters just got a taste of her own medicine.
When Donald Trump was in office, she famously told a crowd of Democrats, “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 they’re not welcome!”
Waters did not much like the tactic when she showed up for a photo op in her district encompassing South Los Angeles where she briefly addressed the homelessness crisis facing the city.
Homeless members of her community were frustrated that they could not get housing vouchers, and she told them to “go home” before cursing at them.
Waters bristled that “there’s nobody in Washington who works for their people any f*cking harder than I do.”
They had to remind her that they didn’t have a home.
Here's the video of Maxine Waters telling a group of homeless people to "go home" to which somebody replies "we ain't got no home." pic.twitter.com/wHMHkBlvtt
— Greg Price (@greg_price11) March 31, 2022
The local media also left out the part where the crowd turned on Waters and she got visibly upset.
Here's how the local ABC news covered the event where Maxine Waters yelled at homeless constituents to "go home" and exploded at people who were frustrated. And they wonder why we don't trust them. pic.twitter.com/Lbl2FK5gpD
— Jennifer Van Laar (@jenvanlaar) March 31, 2022
Even though Waters presides over one of the poorest neighborhoods in Los Angeles, she owns multiple properties including a multi-million-dollar home in the posh neighborhood of Hancock Park.
Fox News host Steve Hilton detailed her corruption, reporting:
“Waters was the subject of a House Ethics Committee investigation in 2010. In the midst of the financial crisis, she arranged a meeting between then-Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson and top executives at One United, a bank. One United later got $12 million in bailout funds, handily enough, from Maxine Waters, whose husband was a major shareholder.
In 2004, Maxine Waters and her husband Sidney Williams each separately bought One United stock worth between $250,000 and half a million dollars. Her husband also owned separate stock worth another $250,000 to half a million. That same year, Waters sold her One United stock and her husband sold somewhere between a quarter and a half of his holdings, but he became a member of the bank’s board and remained there until 2008.
By the time Maxine Waters scheduled a meeting with the treasury secretary, her husband owned approximately $350,000 in One United stock, all of which would’ve likely gone down the drain without the bailout money she helped secure.”
That only scratches the surface of her malfeasance in office.
Los Angeles has become ground zero in the homelessness crisis, and politicians and bureaucrats have gotten tons of resources to solve the problem, but it only gets worse.
People are beginning to demand answers, and Waters has one.
She just curses at her constituents and gets ushered away.
Stay tuned to Blue State Blues for any updates to this ongoing story.