Demonstrations have successfully disclosed how the US regime is cruel, Houthi spokesman said Sunday, following the death of a black-skinned American at the hands of a police officer.
"Violent demonstrations swarm over the country of fake democracy in protest of America's racism and its regime's cruelty," Mohammed Abdulsalam added on Twitter.
"The demonstrations have successfully disclosed the reality of the US that neither was nor will be the country of freedoms as long as ruled by a racist regime."
The Iranian-backed Houthi group accuses the US of directly taking part in the "war on Yemen" and selling internationally-prohibited arms to the Saudi-led coalition fighting in support of Yemen's UN-backed government.
Last Monday, an American police officer put his knee for more than 8 minutes on the neck of his black-skinned national, George Fluid, who died later sparking protests in several US cities.
US police has arrested some 1,400 people in 17 cities, with protests increasingly escalating.