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Everyone’s favorite democratic rabblerouser Maxine Waters is back in the news again today, after only briefly exiting stage left after her attempt to form a mob to fight the republicans just weeks ago.

Maxine has certainly found her niche in Washington, and among the media.  The angry, older democratic force that will put her emotions out ahead of her vocabulary in order to give the young millennials someone to look at and say “I hope I’m like that when I’m her age”.

Unfortunately, while the slick image consulting scheme looked good on paper, Waters just doesn’t have the cunning to pull it off.

Now, the already embattled representative from the liberal outpost of California is finding herself in even more trouble…this time with the almighty FEC.

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Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) has been slapped with an FEC complaint regarding how she raises campaign money and why a substantial portion of that money has flowed into the bank account of her daughter.

The congresswoman has reportedly raked in hundreds of thousands of dollars to add names of other state politicians to her slate mailers. Those mailers, something the Los Angeles Times has described as “sleaze,” resemble an “official sample ballot” with quotes from Waters explaining her support.

In the last election cycle alone, she hauled in $56,000 through this operation.

Since 2004, Waters’ daughter has been paid over $750,000 to mail out such campaign flyers.

Like all powerful democrats, it seems as though Maxine Waters’ skeletal closet will be making an appearance on the campaign trail again in 2018.

Earlier this week, Maxine reiterated her hopes to create mass incivility in the United States with a fiery speech in which she implored audience members to “stand up and fight” against conservatives.



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