House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Monday said Democrat Rep. Maxine Waters does not need to apologize for her incitement to violence that led to a drive by shooting at the National Guard.
Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) flew to Minnesota Saturday to stir up hate on the streets.
The verdict on the George Floyd case is expected this week and Minnesota authorities are bracing for massive violence once again.
Waters urged violent leftists to “get more confrontational” with authorities.
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The Minnesota National Guard was fired at in a drive by shooting in north Minneapolis early Sunday morning — just hours after Mad Maxine incited violence.
On Sunday night GOP House leader Kevin McCarthy weighed in on Maxine’s trip to Minnesota to encourage violence in the Twin Cities.
McCarthy promised to bring action against Maxine Waters for inciting riots if Nancy Pelosi does nothing.
Pelosi never backs down and never apologizes so the Speaker’s response to Maxine Waters’ call to violence didn’t surprise us.
Asked whether Waters’ comments incite violence, Pelosi said: “No absolutely not”
— Jake Sherman (@JakeSherman) April 19, 2021