Watch: Is This Haiti After A Hurricane Or California’s 43rd Congressional District?

Written by Doug Giles on July 5, 2018

Are you ready for this one, Clashers? It’s a real head-scratcher…

Maybe there’s something wrong when it’s this difficult to tell whether this video is from a third world country — oh, sorry — ‘developing country’ or it’s the district of the esteemed Democrat and leader of the ‘Resistance’, Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA).

Spoiler alert — it’s the 43rd Congressional District and it’s an absolute sh!thole.

This bro decided to take a little jaunt into South Central Los Angeles and see how ‘Auntie Maxine’ takes care of the residents of the district.

Rep. Waters doesn’t actually live in the district, mind you. She lives 0.1 miles just outside of the district. It’s a three-minute walk from her font door, apparently.

To be fair, her multi-million dollar mansion was originally in the district when she bought the home in 2004, but after redistricting she now resides in the 37th Congressional District.

Google Streetview of the home of Rep. Maxine Waters

It is somewhat embarrassing that she doesn’t live within the 43rd, but when you take a look at this video, you’ll understand why she hasn’t rectified the situation.

Watch the drive:

At the end of the video, that bro says, ‘This is not what America is supposed to be.’ He’s absolutely right.

Is this the ‘compassion’ of the Left, Auntie Maxine?

Is it compassionate to let people live on the streets like that?

Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) has been elected for 13 terms — that’s over 37 years in office and the 43rd Congressional District still looks like that. She’s also only passed 5 bills of which she was the primary sponsor in that entire time. One of those bills was renaming a post office.

But, hey, ‘Impeach 45!’ right?

Maybe it’s time for some change?

Nah, Maxine, the state of your district is ALL about you and your pathetic job performance.

Keep talkin’ — the mid-terms are coming and you’re one of the best  ‘Get Out The Vote’ speakers that the GOP could ever hope for.