Maxine Waters: Violent Protests 'Minor' -- Policing 'Tradition' Has to Be 'Done Away With'

Maxine Waters: Violent Protests 'Minor' — Policing 'Tradition' Has to Be 'Done Away With'


Monday on MSNBC’s “The Beat,” Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) said the Black Lives Matter protesters were pushing change in current policing, which she said had a tradition that had to be “done away with.”

Waters said, “I want to tell you, without the kind of protests that we have seen, we would not have so many people saying ‘Oh, my goodness, things have got to change.’ And that’s not simply black people it’s white and all races taking to the streets and young people taking to the streets. We saw everything out there. We saw Asians. We saw Indians. We saw blacks. We saw whites, etc. No, this change and this talk of change would not be happening without the kind of protests that we have witnessed..”

She continued, “You know, people don’t like protests. They’re afraid of protests. Of course, this is what is guaranteed to us by our Constitution

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