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On Monday, “The View” co-host Joy Behar defended Rep. Maxine Waters,’ D-Calif. controversial advice to demonstrators in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota over the weekend to “stay on the street” and get confrontational with police officers if the Derek Chauvin trial doesn’t conclude with a guilty verdict. Chauvin, a former Minneapolis police officer, is charged with murder and manslaughter over the death of George Floyd. The police-involved killing last summer sparked riots across the country.
Republican lawmakers were outraged that Waters appeared to be inciting violence, but Behar gave Waters the benefit of the doubt.
The article goes on to state the following:
“I don’t think that Maxine meant anything by that except to say, ‘You have to stick with it, you have to be there.’” Behar said. “But Democrats have to be twice as smart and twice as thoughtful as Republicans. Because Republicans will say whatever they want and they get away with it. Whereas Democrats, one little thing like this and they jump all over her.”
MAXINE WATERS SENDING WRONG MESSAGE? As both sides began closing arguments in the ex-officer Derek Chauvin murder trial for the death of George Floyd, Rep. Maxine Waters told protestors to get “more confrontational” — the co-hosts discuss. https://t.co/aoT17ugfDW pic.twitter.com/TmMM1OoSev
— The View (@TheView) April 19, 2021
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