With the Derek Chauvin murder trial winding down today, tensions have reached a simmer in Minneapolis.
One might think, or at least hope, that our national political leaders — particularly the party of “unity” — would, in good faith, act to tamp down their rhetoric, not inflame it.
But that’s just not Maxine Waters’ (D – CA) style.
Kerosene Maxine is at it again, urging unrest if Chauvin is not convicted:
“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.”
What does she mean by “more confrontational”?
This isn’t the first time Waters has advocated for the outright harassment of people who disagree with her.
Waters is a dangerous ghoul, and there ought to be no place for her calls for violence and rioting. While inconvenient for her, due process matters. All political violence is wrong.
Waters should be impeached and removed from office.