After the sea of negative comments all over social media, I bet she wants to be able to travel back to time and change her latest statement.
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On late Saturday night, “Auntie Maxine” decided to promote violent protests and to even call out on protestors to stay on the streets, despite the fact that the National Guard has been alarmed!
After she “passed by” at Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, at a relly during protests regarding the murder of Mr. Wright, asked by a reporter regarding the other big case regarding the death of George Floyd, she stated: “if Chauvin isn’t found guilty, 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.”
While she said she remains “hopeful” Chauvin will be convicted, if he isn’t, “we cannot go away.”
An here are the reactions of her political opponents from the party of the Republicans, that totally blasted her right after hearing the news.
The Radical Left don’t care if your towns are burning, if there’s violence in your streets, or if the police are too defunded to defend their communities.
As long as the Left appeases their anti-America base, their job is done.https://t.co/bmBJEsrCdn
— Rep Andy Biggs (@RepAndyBiggsAZ) April 18, 2021
Why is a sitting member of Congress encouraging protesters to get “confrontational?” https://t.co/Biwg69iYG1
— Congressman Ken Buck (@RepKenBuck) April 18, 2021
Why is Maxine Waters traveling to a different state trying to incite a riot? What good can come from this? https://t.co/nXzV0trmN3
— Lauren Boebert (@laurenboebert) April 18, 2021
Waters plans to stay in Minnesota until Monday when the closing arguments in the case against Derek Chauvin are expected.
“The way to get in control is not to allow them to win,” Waters stated of political opponents, according to FOX 9 in Minneapolis. “You’ve got to register and you’ve got to vote and you’ve got to take the power.”
She later stated for MSNBC that she was in Minnesota to be “Auntie Maxine.”
“We have to give support to our young people who are struggling and trying to make this justice system work for everybody. They see their peers being killed. Minneapolis is a great example of what’s wrong with the criminal justice system, what’s wrong with policing,” she told MSNBC on Sunday. “I wanted to be there as auntie Maxine to show them, not only do I love them and support them, but they can count on me to be with them at this terrible time in all of our lives.”