Maxine Waters strikes again.

Maxine the race baiting menace is walking among the protesters in Brooklyn Center, MN, saying that if there isn’t a guilty verdict in the Chauvin trial (and it has to be murder, not manslaughter) that the protesters must “stay on the street, get more active, get more confrontational; we have to make sure that they know we mean business.”

I think Maxine should face some kind of punishment for encouraging riots and confrontation with people she disagrees with. This isn’t the first time. Remember?

Maxine demanded a guilty verdict during the George Zimmerman trial. During the investigation of Ferguson policeman Darren Wilson she demanded a murder indictment based on the false “hands up, don’t shoot” claims. Then there was this:

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3 Responses to Maxine Waters strikes again.

  1. stella says:

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  2. stella says:

    Good for MTG!

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  3. glendl says:

    As Conservative individuals and conservative groups are losing their social media platforms and accounts, government officials travel the country inciting violence. People are being arrested for nothing and nothing more than engaging in Constitutionally protected activities.

    The United States is at the precipice. Two or Three more laws and we cease to exist. Unless it is hidden in the $1.9 trillion stimulus bill. Like Amnesty for 5.3 million Illegal Aliens. I believe they are about to be classified as American Heros.

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