Republican Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene has filed a resolution to expel Democratic Representative Maxine Waters for allegedly inciting violence.
Rep. Greene has taken action against Rep. Waters, who she claims is inciting violent rioting. “I just went inside the Capitol to file my resolution to #ExpelMaxineWaters for her history of inciting violence and ordering Black Lives Matter terrorism against National Guardsmen in Minnesota,” Greene tweeted. Waters, in the wake of Derek Chauvin’s trial, suggested that protestors be more confrontational. “We’ve got to stay on the street, and we’ve got to get more active. We’ve got to get more confrontational. We’ve got to make sure that they know that we mean business,” Waters said in regards to the possibility that Derek Chauvin be found not guilty to all charges.
Just hours after Waters’ statements, Minnesota National Guard was attacked by an undisclosed party who injured two of the Guardsmen. Representative Kevin McCarthy had at the same time pushed for Waters to be censured for her statements, but in a 216-210 vote, House Democrats wiped the idea off the board. In another reveal of judgement, we’ve now been delivered the final verdict of the jurors on Derek Chauvin’s case. Derek Chauvin has been found guilty of all charges. The judge presiding over the trial had made note that Waters may have given Chauvin and his defense the possibility of appeal with her “abhorrent” comments.
A notable Republican adversary of Waters, Joe Collins, has scorned Waters for the condition of South Los Angeles since entering politics. In 2020, Waters defeated Collins with 199,210 votes, opposed to Collins’ 78,688 votes [ballotpedia.org], but Collins has already begun building up funds for another attempt at Rep. Waters’ seat, and makes a habit of attacking Waters on social media, labelling her as a disgrace.
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