Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) announced Sunday that she plans to introduce a resolution in the House of Representatives expelling Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) from Congress for “inciting Black Lives Matter violence.”
Rep. Greene was reacting too Rep. Waters’s appearance in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, on Saturday night, joining demonstrators outside the local police station angry at the shooting of Daunte Wright by police earlier this month.
As Breitbart News reported, Waters told reporters that unless Derek Chauvin was found “guilty, guilty, guilty” in his ongoing trial for the death of George Floyd last year, Americans would have to take to the streets to demand “justice.”
Hours later, two members of the Minnesota National Guard who were patrolling a local neighborhood were lightly injured in a drive-by shooting. Rep. Greene connected Waters’s rhetoric with that event, calling it domestic terrorism. In a press release, she said: