Maxine Waters Slapped With Major Karma

Judi­cial Watch today announced it filed a com­plaint with the chair­man of the House Office of Con­gres­sion­al Ethics against Rep. Max­ine Waters (D‑CA) for vio­lat­ing House ethics rules by encour­ag­ing vio­lence and attempt­ing to intim­i­date the jury in the tri­al of Derek Chauvin.

The com­plaint argues that Rep. Max­ine Waters encour­aged vio­lence by urg­ing pro­tes­tors to “get more con­fronta­tion­al” if Chau­vin is found not guilty. She told the crowd:

Well, we’ve got to stay on the street and we’ve got to get more active, we’ve got to get more con­fronta­tion­al. We’ve got to make sure that they know that we mean business.

Judi­cial Watch notes that Waters’ state­ments seem to be in vio­la­tion of House ethics rules that require mem­bers to con­duct them­selves “at all times in a man­ner that shall reflect cred­itably on the House.”


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