Waters Took Criticism For Saying Demonstrators Should ‘Stay On The Street And Get More Active’ If Derek Chauvin Is Not Convicted
By Brooke Singman
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi defended Rep. Maxine Waters urging protesters to “get more confrontational” over the weekend in the event that Derek Chauvin is acquitted of murder for the death of George Floyd, saying the Democratic congresswoman does not need to apologize.
Over the weekend, Waters, D-Calif., said protesters in Minnesota should “stay on the street and get more active.”
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