Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene said she would introduce a resolution to expel Maxine Waters.
Green said Waters had instigated violence when talking to protesters at the Brooklyn Center, Minnesota.
Protests in the city continued for a week after the deadly police shooting of Dauntelite.
Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene said she plans to introduce a resolution expelling Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters from Congress for “a continuous incitement to violence against innocent Americans.” ..
Green said in a tweet on Sunday that Waters was instigating violence when he spoke to demonstrators at the Brooklyn Center, Minnesota on Saturday.
“Rep Waters are dangerous to our society,” Greene said. I have written..
The protest was on the seventh day following the shooting of Dauntelite police when Waters spoke to a peaceful crowd past the 11 pm curfew imposed. Star Tribune report.
Waters told the crowd that she supported the alleged murder and called for police reform.
“We need to get justice in this country and we cannot allow these killings to continue.” Waters said..
But Mr Green said Waters was involved in inciting violence.
“Her orders recorded on video at the Brooklyn Center last night after traveling across state borders to incite riots led directly to further violence and drive-by shooting against Minnesota state guards earlier this morning.” She wrote.
Two national guards were slightly injured when someone in an SUV fired at them on Sunday morning while providing neighborhood security in Minneapolis. ABC news report.
One guard was taken to the hospital for a glass-related injury and the other was described as superficial. It is not yet known who fired.
green Added: “As a sitting US House of Representative, @ MaxineWaters demanded a jury conviction and threatened violence if Chauvin was found innocent. This is also an abuse of power.”
In protest, Waters said she and the crowd were “looking for conviction.” For former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin.
Chauvin has been charged with the death of an unarmed black man, George Floyd, and is being tried in Minneapolis.
“We have to stay on the street and demand justice,” Waters said in a posted video. twitter From the event.
“I’m hoping for a verdict of’guilty, guilty, guilty’, otherwise I can’t leave,” she added. “We need more conflict.”
In February, House voted to strip Green’s commission In response to her previous support for political violence and support for QAnon conspiracy theory.
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