She has been the laughingstock of the internet for years and one that has been the butt of many jokes given her penchant for stupid remarks over the years that she might even qualify as suffering from dementia.
Yet California State Representative Maxine Waters, a Democrat representing California’s 43rd district and also one of the poorest areas in Southern California – sure has managed to amass quite a bit of wealth for herself over the 40-or-so years that she has worked as a civil servant paid by the tax dollars of hard-working Americans. This includes a $4.3 million mansion she owns that is located in Hancock Park, long considered to be one of L.A.’s most posh neighborhoods.
Far from the district that she supposedly represents – a high-crime, high-gang area of South Central L.A. in which she refuses to live – Waters’ 6,000 square foot luxury estate, located at 549 S. Lucerne Blvd., is nestled neatly between West Hollywood and Beverly Hills on a quiet, idyllic street. Just how is it that this race-baiting fraud was able to acquire this high degree of wealth making a “public servant” salary in the high rent district of Southern California? That is a good question, and one that people everywhere, including Fox News‘ Tucker Carlson, are now asking as Waters continues to draw attention to herself by spearheading empty charges to have President Trump impeached.
Kickbacks? Bribes? Money laundering? Who knows?
The inquiring minds of the American people want to know, although you will never hear the question asked of her by the mainstream media despite her endless appearances parade before them.