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Maxine Waters’ six million-dollar mansion, in stark contrast with her poverty-stricken district

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“Maxine Waters does not drink our water, she does not breathe our air, and while she seats here in her mansion, our district is in ruins,” said Joe E. Collins, a Republican who is running against Rep. Maxine Waters for California’s 43rd district.

Collins pointed out that crime and poverty in the 43rd district have only increased under Maxine Waters’ 44 years in public office.

“I survived a drive-by shooting in this house when I was a child, gangs, drugs, violence, that was my upbringing. And where was Maxine Waters?” said Collins in his video campaign ad.

“[Maxine Waters] has a very nice community, she has a really big house – and that’s just one of three or four houses that she has. And meanwhile, she comes to the inner city and preaches the message of hatred and a message of us vs. them.”

“And when she’s done spreading the hate through our community,” continued Collins. “She goes back to this huge mansion while the rest of us live in crime-infested, poverty, neighborhoods where people are absolutely struggling to live.”

“People needed to see that. And so it was very important that we shined a light on the disparities between how Maxine Waters lives and … how we actually live.”

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Republican National Committee evacuated after receiving suspicious package with vials of blood

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The Republican National Committee (RNC) headquarters in Washington, D.C., was placed on lockdown Wednesday morning after someone sent vials of blood to the building.

“At approximately 7:45 a.m., the USCP responded to the 300 block of First Street, SE, for the report of a suspicious package,” police said in a statement to Fox News Digital. “The package was just cleared by our Hazardous Incident Response Division. It contained two vials of blood. The source of the package and its contents will be further investigated.”

Capitol Police responded to the scene at 7:45 a.m. after a report of a suspicious package, police said. The package contained two vials of blood and was cleared by the Hazardous Incident Response Division, the police told NBC News. The source of the package and its contents are under investigation.

Officers were seen wearing uniforms identifying them as bomb techs and with K-9 units. DC Fire and EMS also confirmed to Fox News they had units on the scene to assist law enforcement while they conducted an investigation.

NBC News  added it is unclear if a suspect is in custody, but the road to the RNC headquarters was later reopened to traffic, and Capitol Police have left the scene.

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