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Maxine’s Insane Rant “To Take Down” Banks, Insurance Companies And Wall Street

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Maxine’s Insane Rant “To Take Down” Banks, Insurance Companies And Wall Street

Maxine Waters — the future chair of the Financial Services Committee if Democrats win the midterm elections — told supporters if Democrats succeed in taking back the House in the midterm elections — It’s going to be payback time.

Waters warned top US financial institutions, “I’m going to do to you what you did to us.”

Mind you, while the rest of the Nation was in foreclosure, Maxine was relaxing comfortably in her multi-million dollar home. Leave it to a Democrat elitist to try to appeal to the masses by pretending to ‘relate’ to the common citizen. All lies.

“I will be the first African-American, the first woman to chair the powerful Financial Services Committee,” Maxine explained.

“That’s all of Wall Street. That’s all the insurance companies, that’s all the banks. And so, of course, the CEOs of the banks now are saying, ‘What can we do to stop Maxine Waters because if she gets in she’s going to give us a bad time?’” she said.

“I have not forgotten you foreclosed on our houses,” she warned.

“I have not forgotten that you undermined our communities,” she continued with the tone of a preacher.

According to The Hill, the House ethics committee outlined its charges against Rep. Maxine Waters, back in 2010, who is accused of helping a bank in which her husband owned stock secure federal bailout funds.

The committee charged the 10-term California Democrat with three counts of violating House rules and the federal ethics code in connection with her effort to arrange a 2008 meeting between Treasury officials and representatives with OneUnited bank.

The panel said Waters, who sits on the Financial Services Committee, broke a House rule requiring members to behave in a way that reflects “creditably” on the chamber. The committee said that by trying to assist OneUnited, she stood to benefit directly, because her husband owned a sizable amount of stock that would have been “worthless” if the bank failed.

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