White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki on Monday refused to condemn Democratic Representative Maxine Waters’ incitement to violence and called on the BLM to “become more confrontational.”
Maxine Waters paraded Saturday night at Brooklyn Center in Minnesota and told Black Lives Matter extremists to be “more confrontational.”
The 82-year-old California MP broke a curfew put in place to curb riots and marched after midnight with far-left extremists terrorizing the Brooklyn Center.
“We have to stay on the streets, and we have to demand justice,” Waters told activists on the left.
“We are seeking a guilty verdict,” added the representative, speaking of Chauvin.
The Minnesota National Guard was pulled into a car while shooting in northern Minneapolis early Sunday morning – just hours after Mad Maxine incited violence.
GOP Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene created a petition calling for the Waters Representative to be kicked out of Congress.
Psaki refused to condemn Maxine Waters’ call for violence.