Hunter Biden is not the only political offspring fatten their wallet feeding at the nepotism trough. Karen Waters, the daughter of Mad Maxine Waters has made 1.1 million since 2003 working for momma’s campaign. But, maybe it isn’t fair to compare the two.
Karen Waters actually provided a useful service without the aid of a coke spoon. Hunter made a lot more money, but Karen did not spend all of her money on hookers and drugs.
Maxine has paid Karen $81,000 during 2021 but in 2020 she paid Karen $240,000 to run a slate mailer for her campaign. Waters can afford it.
The district that she represents is very poor, but thanks to California law, she does not have to live there. She and her husband live outside the district making do with a $4.5 million dollar mansion. Not bad considering she is a functioning idiot, just like Hunter’s dad.
The New York Post reported:
Rep. Maxine Waters, chairwoman of the House Financial Services Committee, paid her own daughter more than $80,000 out of campaign coffers in that last fiscal year.
The California Democrat paid $81,650 in campaign funds to her daughter Karen Waters, according to campaign finance records reviewed by The Post.
The total was paid in 12 payments across several months during Fiscal Year 2021 for “slate mailer management” fees and “GOTV” — or “Get Out the Vote” services.
The payments mirror ones the congresswoman made to her daughter last election cycle when she paid her around $240,000 for work under the same labels.
More than $212,600 in disbursements to Karen were broken down into 26 entries such as “slate mailer management” fees, “office expenses” and “canvassing” between March 2019 and September 2020.
It was previously reported by Fox News that Waters had paid her daughter $74,000 in donor cash through September.
Maxine Waters is the only candidate to use a slate-mailer operation. A slate-mailer is a publication that lists candidates that he or she support. Candidates pay to get their names on the list. It is just about the same as the old monarchy system.
The Lords and the Dukes would give the king a portion of the money they made every year and they would become part of the court and could attend banquets and other royal functions. The more you paid the better your benefits.