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Maxine Waters keeps digging her hole deeper. Thanks to some real investigative journalism, we’ve just learned that the Democratic Representative from California requested police protection during her trip to Minnesota. On that trip, Waters openly called on rioters to use violence if the Chauvin trial ended in anything but a guilty verdict.
The comments were so bad that even the trial judge blasted them, arguing they could impact the trial at appeal.
It should come as no surprise that someone like Waters would be so blatantly hypocritical. Look at how the liberal elites use armed guards whenever they’re out and about among ordinary folks. Yet, they bash law enforcement and try to rip apart the Second Amendment.
“I am very hopeful, and I hope that we are going to get a verdict that is guilty, guilty, guilty,” said Waters to activists. “And if we don’t, we cannot go away. We’ve got to stay in the street, and we’ve got to get more active, we’ve got to get more confrontational.”
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Burnie Sutter and his family couldn’t keep the smiles off their faces Saturday morning as they took in the parade of about 100 cars celebrating the WWII veteran for his 100th birthday.
Sutter, who sported military medallions honoring his service, waved from a wheelchair as the community drove past and honked or cheered in his direction at Saddle Brook Memory Care Community, an assisted-living facility in Frisco.
“It was an extremely emotional day,” said his daughter Sandra Richards.
The parade honored Sutter, a Frisco native who was one of the 90th Infantry Division’s first fighters to enter Czechoslovakia in the push to end World War II. Sutter also landed on the beaches of Normandy as a heavy weapons machine gunner on June 6, 1944, and is one of few American D-Day veterans still alive today.
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