The new GOP congressman is quoted as saying by Martin Luther King Jr. before likening violent riots and black protests.
Mace just sworn in office for the first time after winning a congressional match in South Carolina, endorsed by Trump. But she has fiercely criticized the president in recent days for his role in inciting deadly uprising.
Maze said on Wednesday that while the House has “all the right” to impeach the president, But she believes the way this prosecution has caused “Questions about the constitution of this process”
She continued: “I believe we are responsible for the president. I also believe we have to take responsibility for everyone, even members of Congress, if they are involved in the violence here.”
The scepter then quoted Martin Luther King Jr before trying to figure out equality between last week’s violent coup attempt at City Hall and a purge anti-cult protests. Country last year after police killed George Floyd
“If we are serious about resolving divisions in this country, Republicans and Democrats have to admit that this is not the first day of violence,” she said. “Our speech is effective … violent. On both sides of the walkway “
Check the facts: The overwhelming majority – 93%, according to one report of the 2020 black protests, were peaceful. And while a small minority of protesters have participated in rioting and looting, thousands of rioters and peaceful protesters have experienced an overly aggressive police response.
In the most notorious example, intelligence and law enforcement are seen using tear gas and pepper spray on peaceful protesters in Washington, D.C.
But last week, pro-Trump mobs blocked the Parliament building as Congress tried to ratify the presidential election in a more direct attack on Democracy. Republican lawmakers have sought to confuse the heist and police battles in protests for social justice and the coordinated and violent attacks brought by the president.
In a blockade, one government official was seen taking a selfie with violent pro-Trump rebels, while another was seen walking around the city hall while Where they grouped buildings Additional reports since the riots revealed that several members of the mob were law enforcement officers and former military personnel.