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Republicans Target Maxine Waters For Swift Punishment

GOP Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene (GA) has proposed a resolution to remove Maxine Waters from Congress.

In her comment, Greene announced she will be proposing “a resolution to remove Congresswoman Maxine Waters from Congress for her incitement of violence.”

“Very soon I will be proposing a resolution to remove Rep. Waters for her incitement of violence. She is a danger to our nation., said Greene. “After going across states to incite riots, her words recorded on video at Brooklyn Center, directly caused more violence and even a drive by shooting against National Guardsmen early this morning.”

The GOP lawmaker, a supporter of Trump, targeted Waters for agitating protesters in the city of Brooklyn Center by telling them to be “more confrontational.” With two National Guardsman being hurt early in the morning after these comments were made.

Greene also took aim at Waters for her remarks on the George Floyd trial.

“Congresswoman Waters threatened a jury by demanding the guilty verdict and spoke of violence if Chauvin was not found guilty., said Greene. “That was an abuse of power.”

Conservatives on Sunday condemned Rep. Waters for her comments for people to “get more confrontational” if Chauvin was not convicted.

“Saying to rioters, who have attacked reporters to be ‘more confrontational’ is very irresponsible. Everyone should condemn her., Republican Committee spokesman Mike Berg said.

“Why is Maxine Waters going to another state to incite a riot? What good can this do?” Rep. Lauren Boebert said on Twitter.

“The extreme left do not care if there is violence in your community or your towns are being destroyed, or even if the police don’t have the money to help their communities. As long as they appease their anti-America base, they are happy., Rep. Andy Biggs (R-AZ) said on Twitter.

“Why is a congresswoman encouraging angry protesters to be more ‘confrontational’?” Rep. Ken Buck (R-CO) said on Twitter.

Waters intends to remain in Minnesota until the Chauvin trial has its closing arguments, the New York Times reported.

Author: Blake Ambrose

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