MARJORIE Taylor Greene trolled Nancy Pelosi over Maxine Water "inciting Black Lives Matter riot violence."
The QAnon Rep urged the House Speaker to "expel" Waters after she noted Pelosi voted for Trump's impeachment.
The Georgia Republican Rep's comments came in a series of tweets on Sunday, as she slammed Waters for telling protesters demonstrating against the shooting of Daunte Wright to "get confrontational."
"[email protected] you impeached President Trump after you said he incited violence by saying 'march peacefully' to the Capitol," Greene tweeted on Sunday.
"So I can expect a yes vote from you on my resolution to expel
@RepMaxineWaters for inciting violence, riots, and abusing power threatening a jury, right?" she said as she mocked the Democratic California Rep.
She added in a separate tweet: "#ExpelMaxineWaters for inciting violence and riots for years … and it's all on video."
Greene revealed on Sunday she's to introduce a resolution "expel @RepMaxineWaters from Congress for her continual incitement of violence on innocent American people."
She then dubbed Waters "a danger to our society."
Greene launched a petition for people to sign, calling for Waters to be expelled.
Waters had told protesters outside the Brooklyn Center to "stay on the street" if ex-Minneapolis cop Derek Chauvin is acquitted over charges for the murder of George Floyd.
"We've got to get more active, we've got to get more confrontational," Waters said as she spoke to crowds of demonstrators.
"We've got to make sure that they know that we mean business," she added.
She said: "We’ve got to fight for justice."
Waters said she's pushing for a police reform bill to be passed in Congress.
Protestors across the country have also gathered to protest the police shooting of 13-year-old Adam Toledo.
Video showed Toledo with his hands up before he was fatally shot by Officer Eric Stillman.
Greene and other Republican members of Congress on Sunday blasted Waters over comments she made at an anti-police Black Lives Matter protest in Minnesota.
"Democrats actively encouraging riots & violence," Texas Senator Ted Cruz claimed in a tweet.
"They want to tear us apart," he alleged, as he added Waters' quote about staying "on the street."
Gun-toting Rep Lauren Boebert of Colorado claimed: "Molotov cocktails and firecrackers are not enough. Mad Max wants rioters to get MORE confrontational."
She alleged in a separate tweet: "Maxine Waters would already be expelled if she was a Republican."
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