Maxine Waters Fans the Flames of Minneapolis Unrest: ‘get more active, more confrontational’

California Democrat Representative Maxine Waters traveled to Minneapolis and fanned the flames of civil unrest telling protesters “get more active, more confrontational.”

Breaking police curfew along with the protesters Saturday night, Waters’ comments were in response to the Derek Chauvin trial.

The Daily Mail reports:

Waters traveled to Minneapolis the weekend before closing arguments in the trial of Derek Chauvin, charged with murdering George Floyd on May 25. She also spoke amid protests in response to the killing last week of Daunte Wright, a black 20-year-old shot and killed at a traffic stop by a white police officer, Kimberly Potter.

Regarding the Chauvin trial, Waters said, “We’re looking for a guilty verdict.”

Following Water’s comments, there were reports the Minnesota National Guard came under fire in a drive-by shooting Sunday morning.

Republican lawmakers weighed in on Waters.

On Sunday, Georgia Republican Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene said she will, “be introducing a resolution to expel Rep. Maxine Waters from Congress for her continual incitement of violence.”

Critics hit back at Waters on social media.

Businesses are preparing for more rioting over the outcome of the trial.

Waters previously called for civil unrest against former President Trump’s officials.

In addition, Waters’ Twitter account remains active.

Waters’ comments for protesters to be more confrontational are reckless and dangerous especially since rioting and looting are happening in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota.

All members of Congress should denounce Waters and the House of Representatives should expel her from office.