Minnesota National Guard Targeted in Drive By Shooting Hours After Rep. Maxine Waters Told BLM To Be ‘More Confrontational’

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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 Rep. Maxine Waters told the Black Lives Matter extremists to be “more confrontational.”

 

The 82-year-old California congresswoman broke the curfew set in place to curb rioting and marched after midnight with the far-left extremists that have been terrorizing Brooklyn Center.

Local news station WCCO reports that the Minnesota National Guard said its members, along with Minneapolis police officers, were “providing neighborhood security” near Penn and Broadway avenues when someone fired shots from a white SUV.

The shooting took place shortly after 4 a.m.

Two members of the guard had minor injuries. One of them was taken to the hospital with cuts from shattered glass.

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“I am relieved to know none of our Guardsmen were seriously injured,” said Maj. Gen. Shawn Manke, the Adjutant General of the Minnesota National Guard . “This event highlights the volatility and tension in our communities right now. I ask for peace as we work through this difficult time.”

“We’ve got to stay in the streets, and we’ve got to demand justice,” Waters told the militant leftists.

“We’re looking for a guilty verdict,” the representative added, speaking of Chauvin.

“And if we don’t, we cannot go away,” she added. “We’ve got to get more confrontational.”

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When asked about the fact that she was breaking curfew, she said “I don’t know what curfew means.”

“A curfew means that ‘I want y’all to stop talking,’” she said, adding, “I don’t agree with it.”

The extremist politician urged people to continuing protesting, violating the curfew.

“I came here for one reason, just to be here, to make sure that I let my thoughts be heard among all of those who have spent so much time on the streets. And so I’m hopeful that the protests will continue,” she said.

In June 2018, Maxine Waters told a crowd of supporters in Los Angeles to confront and harass Trump officials if they were seen out in public.

“If you see anybody from that cabinet in a restaurant, in a department store, at a gasoline station, you get out and you create a crowd. And you push back on them. And you tell them they’re not welcome anymore, anywhere,” Waters said.

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