December 8, 2022 3:44 AM

G.O.P CONGRESSWOMAN INTRODUCE BILL TO RETIRE MAXINE WATERS





Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (Ga.) announced Sunday that she plans to introduce a resolution to expel Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters (California) from Congress. Greene said in a statement Sunday that he “would be filing an order to disqualify the agent.

Maxine Waters of Congress for her continued incitement to violence. Republican lawmakers specifically targeted Waters for speaking to protesters at a rally in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, on Saturday. Protests erupted in the city last week after




Daunte Wright, 20, was fatally shot by police during a traffic stop on April 11. Waters told reporters Saturday that he “will fight with all the people who stand up for justice,” adding, “Bring justice to this country and we cannot allow these killings to continue,” Fox News reported.

When asked about Chauvin’s trial, Waters told reporters that if Chauvin is found not guilty, “we have to stay on the road and take more action. “I need to make sure they know we’re serious about the
business,” Fox News said, adding other comments about the process and police brutality at the U. Greene said Sunday that Waters’ comments “led to more violence”¬†and shot spontaneously at National Guardsmen in Minnesota this morning.




“After traveling across state lines to incite riots, his videotaped orders led directly to more violence at Brooklyn Center last night and an early morning shooting of members of the Minnesota National Guard,” he wrote.

On Sunday morning, two National Guardsmen suffered minor injuries when someone in a pickup truck shot them while they were providing neighborhood security in Minneapolis, ABC News reported, who fired the shots. Full details on the resolution can be found here Meanwhile, Maxine Waters, chair of the House Financial Services Committee, paid her daughter tens of thousands of dollars more in campaign funds this year.




Campaign finance records reviewed by Fox News show the congresswoman’s campaign paid her daughter Karen Waters a total of $74,000 in cash from donors through September. More than $20,000 went to the young Waters in the last quarter alone, which is almost a third of the US median. Family income in 2020 according to the Census Bureau.

Waters’ daughter has received more than $1.1 million since 2003 for her work on her mother’s campaigns. In fact, $250,000 was funneled to the daughter of the House Financial Services Committee chair in the 2020 election cycle alone.