Waters won 71.7 percent of the vote in California's 43rd congressional district in the 2020 elections.
Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) said of Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene: "She's dangerous because she doesn't believe in the Constitution herself.
Waters identified Greene as the leader of a small group of pro-Trump hard-right Republicans that she called the "GOP crazy caucus."
The California congresswoman was ridiculed after she tweeted that her account had been erased and she will "take care'" of it
"I'm not just unhappy with the cowboys, who were running down Haitians and using their reins to whip them," Waters said. "I'm unhappy with the administration."
The postcard sent in 2019 contained a racial slur directed at Latinos and threatened Waters with a "bullet" to the head.
"Come on, this stuff is crazy. We just can't sit by and think it'll go away. We gotta push it away. We gotta confront it," Clyburn said.
The correct constitutional approach is to permit protests while insulating the jury from them.
During a protest about another police shooting, Waters called for a more confrontational approach against the U.S. legal system's treatment of Black people should Chauvin be acquitted.
Waters said she hoped that Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was found "guilty, guilty, guilty."
The Democratic congresswoman had called for a more "confrontational" approach if the former police officer was acquitted of the murder of George Floyd.
Pirro praised the verdict in the Derek Chauvin case, but she also wondered whether the jurors' decision was affected by a Democratic politician's recent comment.
Critics say Biden's comments will prevent former police officer Derek Chauvin from receiving a fair trial, while the White House said the president waited until the jury was sequestered.
Waters has come under fire from Republicans over her remarks that protesters need to get "more confrontational" if Derek Chauvin isn't convicted of murdering George Floyd.
"It's borrowed precisely from the Ku Klux Klan of the 1930s and 1920s when the Klan would march outside of courthouses and threatened all kinds of reprisals if the jury ever dared convict a white person or acquit a black person," Dershowitz said.
"I haven't heard Maxine saying anything about people 'peacefully' protesting," said Louisiana GOP Rep. Scalise Tuesday.
"Is Maxine Waters guilty of greater incitement than Donald Trump? Well, of course," Fox News host Tucker Carlson said on Monday.
"I just went inside the Capitol to file my resolution to #ExpelMaxineWaters," Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene tweeted on Monday.
The state's governor is bracing for potential violence and unrest if the verdict doesn't satisfy those seeking justice for George Floyd's death.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told reporters on Monday that Representative Maxine Waters has no reason to apologize for comments she made in Minnesota that resulted in backlash from Republicans.
The California Democrat, who recently told reporters in Minnesota she was going to "fight with all of the people who stand for justice," was accused by Republicans of contributing to social unrest.
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy has also joined Greene's calls to expel Representative Maxine Waters following the congresswoman's appearance at the Brooklyn Center protests over the weekend.
The Democratic lawmaker called for protesters to be more confrontational in Brooklyn Center at the weekend.
Greene announced the move after Waters urged protestors to "get more confrontational" if Derek Chauvin is found not guilty of murdering George Floyd.
The Democrats don't plan to run on their record in the 2022 midterm elections. They plan to go to the voters and argue that Republicans are too crazy to be allowed in Congress.
On February 18, the House Committee on Financial Services held a hearing on the events surrounding the GameStop trading frenzy that took place in late January.
Five people, including one Capitol Police officer, died in the violence at the U.S. Capitol on January 6.
Two of Waters' Democratic colleagues have said that the stock market rules only seem to be a concern when smaller investors harm larger investment firms.
California Congresswoman Maxine Waters said President Donald Trump's pardon of Roger Stone and his supporters' criticism of the Black Lives Matter movement showed there are truly two separate systems of justice in the United States.