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Sunday, September 12, 2010


It was learned recently that Rep. Maxine Waters is one of 69 other Congressmen - and one of 29 other congressional black caucus members - who are registered members of the Socialist caucus. Two others also currently at the center of scandalous dealings are Charlie Rangel (D-NY) and Eddie Bernice Johnson (D-TX). Now we learn that Maxine's ties to socialist causes and groups goes far beyond her membership with the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA).

New Zeal has more:
In May 1992 Waters put her name to a supplement in the Communist Party's newspaper, the People's Weekly World which called for readers to "support our continuing struggle for justice and dignity." Virtually all other signatories were known Communist Party members or supporters.

In October, later that year, she was the keynote speaker at a Coalition of Black Trade Unionists meeting in St Louis Missouri. The Coalition began as a Communist Party front.

In June 1996, the Communist Party's People's Weekly World held a tribute event for Southern California labor unionists Jerry Acosta and Gil Cedillo. Presentations to the honorees were made on behalf of Maxine Waters and (now U.S. Secretary of labor), Hilda Solis, by their staffers who were present at the event.
If there is a downside to the pseudo-fall of the Soviet Union, it's that Americans have lost there outright disgust and repulsion for communism and socialism. This woman should be nowhere near the halls of congress as a visitor, let alone as a member of it.

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