Crazy, violent, and so called California Representative Maxine Waters jumped in and joined protesters in Minnesota as protests & riots entered a seventh night on Saturday after the death of Daunte Wright. Waters told the criminal rioters and protesters at Brooklyn Center that she will fight for justice on their behalf which is laughable and urged them to ‘to get more confrontational’ just one day after protests descended into violence. Folks That is against the law.
She being a politician cannot tell people to “get more confrontational” I mean seriously? She’s once again calling for violence, and this moron continued by saying ‘I am not happy that we have talked about police reform for so long,’ Waters said. ‘We’re looking for a guilty verdict,’ she added in regards to the Derek Chauvin trial. ‘If we don’t, we cannot go away.’ Well so much for due process, and “Innocent until proven guilty” and once again she caters, and panders to “Career criminals” and nobody calls her out because she’s a black woman, and people who call her out she calls them racist, and acts like a victim.
‘We gotta stay on the street,’ Waters was recorded saying, adding that protesters needed ‘to get more confrontational’ and they should “ignore the curfew in place” … My god this woman is fucking crazy! Like not a joke anymore guys this woman needs prison. As you can picture her stupid comments sparked outrage on Twitter. ‘Of course she’ll get away with saying that while anyone else would’ve been thrown in jail,’ Rick Santella tweeted. Another user tweeted, ‘Good grief lady, leave get out of here.’ She needs to be removed asap I say! One person also accused Waters of ‘stirring people up again with her calls for violence.’
Waters is planning on staying in town until Monday.
According to CBS Minnesota, officials stated that there was a brief altercation between reporters and the criminal protesters hanging out with crazy Maxine! So Saturday, the first reports of any skirmishes broke out, and the Pioneer Press reports demonstrators gathered in the afternoon at the home of Washington County Attorney Pete Orput, responsible for the second-degree manslaughter charges against Kimberly Potter.
The protesters stood outside of Orput’s home before marching through is neighborhood in Stillwater. Black Lives Matter activist Nekima Levy Armstrong relayed that Orput left his home briefly to engage in a conversation with protesters. Mind you the kid had a gun, resisted arrest, had a criminal record oh and a white mother… But now criminals are victims.
Protests have also been taking place in Chicago following the death of 13-year-old Adam Toledo, as well as New York City and across the rest of the United States. On Friday night, many protests across the nation started off peacefully before sporadic clashes broke out between Black Lives Matters protesters and the police. The state is also the location of the trial of former police officer Derek Chauvin, charged in the death of George Floyd last year.
The closing arguments in his trial are set for Monday, after which there could be a verdict and the potential for unrest based on that verdict. University of Minnesota medical students and doctors also marched on the Brooklyn Center Police Department on Saturday, a day after it was the site of most of the night’s unrest. And all these things have a theme. All “Criminals being made into heroes” while the cops who have to deal with these scumbags are being sent to prison? Even when the theme goes that these “victims” all resisted arrest, had been breaking the law, and or had warrants for their arrest. Either had a weapon on them or went to grab the cops gun when they were trying to resist arrest. The 13 year old dropped a handgun a split second before getting shot. Also he went by the name of “Lil Homicide” which was his street name. He was a 13 year possible killer… With that name and running around at 3am with a Gun and being chased by cops. He was not a saint, and if he wasn’t already responsible for killing people he was well on his way.
BLM/Antifa Criminals again protested on Friday devolved into clashes between protesters and police, with flash bangs and pepper spray utilized by the cops. There originally wasn’t expected to be a curfew for the first time in several days, before one was suddenly imposed during the night’s demonstrations. Media members were briefly detained and 136 people were arrested. A temporary restraining order was filed to prevent police from arresting or harming journalists. ‘Following feedback from media, and in light of a recent temporary restraining order (TRO) filed in federal court, MSP will not photograph journalists or their credentials,’ the Minnesota State Patrol said in a statement.
There have been no reports of incidents involving members of the media on Saturday night at this point. According to the Washington Post, several protesters were arrested on Saturday night. It’s unclear why they were arrested, as the protest of about a hundred was winding to a close. Earlier in the day, there were peaceful protests across the nation, including Columbus, Ohio, and Philadelphia. According to NBC Philadelphia, crowds in that city walked through City Center towards City Hall peacefully in a protest that lasted around five hours.
Nevertheless, some businesses did board up and 1,000 National Guard troops were preemptively deployed. So let’s see what happens next.