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Republican Kevin McCarthy Accountability Undertaking: "Clear Up Your Personal Home" As a substitute of Censoring Maxine Waters

The Republican Accountability Project hit House Minority Chairman Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) In a new ad asking him to look into the conduct of members of his own party rather than Representative Maxine Waters ( D-Calif.) For remarks made in advance of the conviction of former police officer Derek Chauvin for the murder of George Floyd.

The controversy arose at Waters addressed protesters after police shot Daunte Wright in Minneapolis, Minnesota as the nation waited for Chauvin to complete.

Waters had said If Chauvin has not been found guilty, "we need to stay on the road and we need to be more active." We have to become more confrontational. We have to make sure they know we mean business. "

"We have to get justice in this country and we cannot allow these murders to continue," said Waters said back then.

McCarthy then accused Waters and House Democrats of promoting "violent rhetoric".

Spokesman Pelosi and every other House Democrat had the opportunity to condemn the violent rhetoric of our colleague Representative Waters.

Instead, they tolerated it.

And the house and our justice system are worse off because of it.

– Kevin McCarthy (@GOPLeader) April 20, 2021

To that end, the Republican Accountability Project's latest ad includes previous statements by Representatives Louie Gohmert (R-Texas) and Madison Cawthron (RN.C.) urging their supporters to be "violent" and "easy on the legislature." threaten "for not supporting former President Donald Trump's unsubstantiated allegations that the 2020 general election results were fraudulent. McCarthy never voted to blame them – and even promoted these conspiracy theories himself – but he went on to blame Waters; The House eventually voted to table the resolution 216 to 210 according to party lines.

"If Kevin McCarthy really defies dangerous rhetoric, he can start tidying up his own house," said the voice-over in the video.

You can see it below.

Alan is a New York based writer, editor, and news junkie.

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