Disgraced Maxine Waters Held Over $200,000 In Russia-Linked Funds in 2015

Got News reports:

Waters’s cash-grabbing shamelessness has never known bounds. In 2012, she barely squeaked through a three-year House Ethics Committee investigation after abusing her position to funnel $12 million in bailout money to her husband’s bank.

Her Russian investments will surprise no one in her district, where impromptu signs declaring the congresswoman a “poverty pimp” and a race baiter have been popping up for years.

aters’ 2015 disclosure statement details her family’s investments in BlackRock’s Russia-connected Global Allocation and Balanced funds.

2015 SEC filings for both funds advise of their involvement in Russian precious metals and securities:

A Fund may invest in the equity securities of companies that explore for, extract, process or deal in precious metals (e.g., gold, silver and platinum), and in asset-based securities indexed to the value of such metals. … The major producers of gold include the Republic of South Africa, Russia, Canada, the United States, Brazil and Australia. … A Fund may invest a portion of its assets in securities issued by companies located in Russia.

In the midst of a March meltdown comparing the Trump administration, the Ku Klux Klan and Russia, Waters told her Twitter followers to, “Follow the money.”

 

freedomoutpost reports:

It’s a form of poetic justice for sure that unstable Representative Maxine Waters (D-CA) has been pursuing the impeachment of Donald Trump, and now is having protesters come to her house calling for her impeachment.

Waters resides in a $3 million mansion in Hancock Park in Los Angeles, California.  Yet, she constantly tries to present herself as someone that is not in the upper class as to appeal to voters in her district.  Most interesting is that Hancock Park is not in District 43, which she is said to represent.

One of her challengers, Omar Navarro, along with over a dozen protesters and a mariachi band decided to stage a protest at her home in LA.  Waters was not at home at the time of the protest.

Heres are some pictures from the protest.

 

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