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  1. Maxine Waters - Wikipedia › wiki › Maxine_Waters

    Maxine Moore Waters (née Carr; August 15, 1938) is an American politician serving as the U.S. Representative for California's 43rd congressional district since 1991. The district, numbered as the 29th district from 1991 to 1993 and as the 35th district from 1993 to 2013, includes much of southern Los Angeles, as well as portions of Gardena, Inglewood and Torrance.

  2. Maxine Waters on the issues

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    • Do you support providing financial relief to businesses AND/OR corporations negatively impacted by the state of national emergency for COVID-19?


  3. Rep. Waters Discusses Coronavirus Relief on MSNBC; Waters: ‘Donald Trump is More Focused on Saving Statues of Slaveholders & Confederate Generals than Protecting Americans from the Coronavirus’ Rep. Maxine Waters, HACLA Deliver Masks & COVID-19 Testing Info to Avalon Gardens Public Housing Residents

  4. Biography | Congresswoman Maxine Waters › about-maxine › biography

    Congresswoman Maxine Waters is considered by many to be one of the most powerful women in American politics today. She has gained a reputation as a fearless and outspoken advocate for women, children, people of color and the poor.

  5. Apr 20, 2021 · Maxine Waters just inflamed a very volatile situation Analysis by Chris Cillizza, CNN Editor-at-large Updated 9:50 PM ET, Mon April 19, 2021 (CNN) Minnesota -- and the rest of the country -- is on...

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  6. Impeach and remove Maxine Waters › 18 › impeach-and-remove-maxine-waters

    Apr 18, 2021 · Maxine Waters is trying to create a civil war, and her irresponsible rhetoric is inciting violence. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi should strip her of her committee assignments and move for a vote to...

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  7. Maxine Waters calls for protesters to 'get more ... › 2021/04/19 › politics

    Apr 20, 2021 · Washington (CNN) Rep. Maxine Waters on Saturday night called for protesters to "stay on the street" and "get more confrontational" if former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin is acquitted in...

  8. In Her Own Words: Maxine Waters - › in-her-own-words-maxine-waters

    Apr 20, 2021 · In the days after Rep. Maxine Waters told demonstrators in Minnesota that they should “get more confrontational” if Derek Chauvin was acquitted, Republicans have called for her censure or outright...

  9. Tucker Carlson: Maxine Waters shows her true beliefs once ... › opinion › tucker-carlson-maxine

    Apr 19, 2021 · Maxine Waters is someone who supports mob violence. She always has supported it. We have known this for decades. Almost 30 years ago, when race riots leveled huge parts of Los Angeles, Maxine...

    • Early Life and Education of Maxine Waters
    • Maxine Waters' Career
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    • Maxine Waters' Personal Life

    Maxine Waters was born Maxine Moore Waters on 15 August 1938 in St.Louis, Missouri. She was born to Remus Moore and Velma Lee Carr Moore. She is the fifth child of thirteen children. She was raised by her mother alone after her father left them when she was only two years old. As per her bio-data, Waters finished her high school from Vashon High School based in St. Louis, Missouri before shifting with her family to Los Angeles, California in 1961. Waters worked at a garment factory and also worked as a telephone operator in her early days. She worked as an assistant teacher with the Head Start program at Watts in 1996. Later, Waters joined Los Angeles State College where he received a bachelor's degree in sociology.

    Early Political Career

    In 1973, Maxine Waters served as a chief deputy to City Councilman David S. Cunningham, Jr. She entered the California State Assembly in 1976. During her time at the assembly, Waters served for the divestment of state pension funds from any business activities in South Africa, then operated under the policy of apartheid. Waters also helped pass legislation within the guidelines of the divestment campaign's Sullivan Principles. She mounted to the position of Democratic Caucus Chair for the Ass...

    Rodney King Verdict And The Los Angeles Riots

    Maxine Waters gained national attention when she helped to deliver relief supplies when south-central Los Angeles erupted in riots in which fifty-eight people were killed after the Rodney King verdict in 1992. She also demanded the resumption of vital services. She explained the riots as a rebellion, saying,


    Waters was called for an investigation after the 1996 San Jose Mercury News article alleged the complicity of the Central Intelligence Agency in the Los Angeles crack epidemic of the 1980s. Later, The Los Angeles Times concluded that evidence did not support the charges after its own investigation. Gary Webb, the author of the original story, was eventually transferred to a different beat and removed from the investigative reporting, before his death in 2004. He was found dead in his apartmen...

    Barack Obama

    In 2011 August, Maxine Waters trashed President Barack Obama, stating that he was insufficiently supportive of the black community. She also referred to the high unemployment rate for African-Americans that was hovering 15.9 percent at the time. In October 2011, Waters took her criticism of Obama to a new level, by confronting the White House with racial issues it had worked hard to avoid.

    Castro And Cuba

    Maxine Waters visited Fidel Castro a couple of times, and praised towards democracy and criticized US efforts to throw him. She also demanded to stop the U.S. trade embargo. In 1988, Maxine Waters wrote a letter to Castro, citing the 1960s and the following year as a shameful and sad part of the history and thanked Castro for helping needs. In 1988, Waters supported a Republican bill to arrest convicted murderer Assata Shakurfrom Cuba. When Waters found that Shakur was listed by her previous...

    Donald Trump

    In 2017, Maxine Waters made her appearance on MSNBC's All In with Chris Hayes, she stated President Trump's advisors who have oil or have ties to Russia and has an interest there are 'a bunch of scumbags'. In Feb 2017, Waters stated that Donald Trumpwas leading himself to possible impeachments due to his conflicts and they also have many suspicions that Trump was creating 'chaos and division.'' Maxine Waters texted on Twitter for an allegation about Trump White House, '' Trump has made it cle...

    Maxine Waters earns a decent amount of money as the U.S. Representative for California's 43rd congressional district. As of 2017, Maxine Waters earns a salary of $170,000 annually and her net worth is more than $2 million at present as per Celebrity Net Worth. Her net worth was less than $2 million in 2016, as per the online sources. Waters also owns a mansion in Los Angeles. The house is built on 6000sq ft and worth $4.3 million. On her most recent wealth disclosure, Maxine listed $1.5 million worth of assets and $1.4 million worth of liabilities. Her most valuable asset is her home which is valued between $1 and $4 million depending on the current real estate market and recent comparable sales.

    Maxine Waters was married twice in her life. She married Edward Waters in 1956, after graduating from high school. They also share two children together, a daughter Karen Waters and a son Edward Waters. The pair divorced in 1972. In 1997, Maxine Waters married Sid Williams, a former American football linebacker in the National Football League. Sid has played for teams like the Baltimore Colts, Pittsburgh Steelers, Cleveland Browns and Washington Redskins. Sid the former U.S. Ambassador to the Commonwealth of the Bahamas. In 2017, it was rumored that Waters made an announcement of divorcing her husband after he cheated on her. Her husband, however, denied the allegations and said, Since their marriage, the couple is living a happy life together but has no children together. Sid is a stepfather to Waters' children. In 2018, she receives some serious death threat after she criticized upon the president of US, Donald Trump. She said, Due to such threats, she canceled two events in Alaba...

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