Auntie Maxine Hit With FEC Complaint Over Mailer Money
Looks like Auntie Maxine is in trouble again… She needs to be hit with something far more substantial, like a subpoena or an arrest warrant!
There’s nothing is more unethical and pathetic than a Democrat but Maxine Waters is the leader of the pack.
Does anyone want to guess what card Maxine Waters pulls when asked how she can afford a multi-million dollar home that is wildly out of proportion with her salary?
Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters, one of the most outspoken members of the anti-Trump ‘resistance’ in Congress, is facing fresh questions about a longstanding controversy regarding how her campaign raises money and how those funds have flowed to her daughter.
The California congresswoman has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars each election cycle from some of her state’s biggest politicians paying to be listed on her slate mailers—sample ballots traditionally mailed out to about 200,000 voters in Los Angeles highlighting whom she supports.
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Since 2004, the campaign in turn reportedly has paid $750,000 to the congresswoman’s daughter, Karen Waters, or her public relations firm Progressive Connections for help producing them.
A government watchdog in July filed the first of two complaints with the Federal Election Commission asking for a full audit of the Citizens for Waters campaign.
The first complaint alleges Waters broke federal campaign finance law, and also names the California Democratic State Central Committee and Sen. Kamala Harris, a likely 2020 Democratic presidential contender.
The conservative National Legal and Policy Center is still drafting a second broader complaint focusing on the sources of money going to the Waters campaign and flowing to her daughter—and the accuracy of campaign finance reports, said Tom Anderson, director of the group’s government integrity project. More
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— Naomi German (@nkgerman) August 1, 2018