In late April, Michelle Malkin wondered what it would take to drain the swamp of ethics-challenged corruptocrat Maxine Waters. Finally, we may see the case against Waters move forward.

Here’s the question on many minds:


Here’s the statement from the House Committee on Ethics:

Today, acting Chairman Bob Goodlatte, and acting Ranking Member John Yarmuth, informed Representative Waters of the unanimous findings of the Committee on Ethics that no due process rights of Representative Waters have been violated by the Committee in the previous or current Congress.

The Committee, pursuant to Committee Rule 7(d), has unanimously authorized the public disclosure of the Committee’s letter to Representative Waters addressing the concerns raised regarding Representative Waters’ due process rights.

And here’s a PDF of the committee’s letter to Rep. Waters.