Maxine Waters, a California Democratic Congresswoman with a long history of fanning the flames of civil unrest, has once again immersed herself in the midst of rioting with a call for more ‘confrontation.’

On Saturday, Maxine Waters was in Minnesota, where she was doing her utmost to stoke the mob into what she has referred to as an “insurrection.”

“So, yes, I would like to see the bill in Congress pass on police reform,” Maxine Waters said. “But I know that the right-wing, the racists are opposed to it. And I don’t know what’s going to happen to it. But I know this, we are going to have to stay in the street. And we are going to have to demand justice.”

The House Democrats passed the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act in early March. The sweeping, radical legislation calls for the banning of all police ‘chokeholds,’ as well as ending qualified immunity for police officers. Senator Tim Scott, a Republican, also proposed a police reform bill in 2020, but Democrats refused to back it.

Maxine Waters was then pressed by a left-wing activist about taking action, rather than just “rhetoric.”

“We are looking for a guilty verdict,” Waters said. “We are looking for a guilty verdict. And we are looking to see if all of the talk that took place and has been taking place after they saw what happened to George Floyd. If nothing does not happen then we know.”

This is an obvious case of jury tampering and an effort to sway the verdict with political pressure and implied threats.

“We have got to not only stay in the street,” she added. “But we have got to fight for justice. But I am very hopeful and I hope that we are going to get a verdict that says ‘guilty, guilty, guilty.’ And if we don’t, then we cannot go away.”

She reacted to a left-wing activist that suggested the charge of ‘manslaughter’ was not good enough for a guilty verdict.

“Oh no, not manslaughter,” Waters replied. “No, no, no, no. Listen, listen. Guilty. For murder. I don’t know if it is in the first-degree, but as far as I am concerned, it is first-degree murder.”

When asked what people “should do” if the mob doesn’t get the justice it demands, Waters responded with a call to escalate the ‘confrontation.’

“We have got to stay on the street,” Waters said. “And we have got to get more active. We have got to get more confrontational. We have got to make sure they know that we mean business.”

Source: trendingpolitics.com

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