Omar Navarro takes on Maxine Waters for Congress
AGENDA 21 RADIO
BY PAUL PRESTON
In an exclusive interview with Paul Preston of Agenda 21 Radio Omar Navarro the young, Latino conservative who is challenging left-wing Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) for her seat in the 43rd Congressional District in the 2018 elections revealed his intentions to knock off the ‘life long’ representative.
The 43rd District that is Represented by Maxine Waters includes parts of South Central L.A., Westchester, Playa Del Rey, Torrance, Gardena, Hawthorne, Inglewood and Lawndale.
Navarro who was born in Inglewood, California and spent most of his life in Hawthorne and Torrance his decision to run in the 43rd district against Waters, because he knows the region and its people.
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During the hour long interview Navarro attacked Waters as a do nothing legislator who has in 27 years in congress has authored only 3 bills. Waters Navarro claims doesn’t even live in the 43rd district and lives near Beverly Hills. To prove this point Navarro announced his intentions to run for Water’s congressional seat in front of her home. Complete with a mariachi band to symbolize family values threw music to the Mexican population of the 43rd district Navarro scored big points nationally garnering endorsements from Trump supporter Roger Stone and former Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpiao.
Standing outside the congresswoman’s home along with over a dozen protesters and the mariachi band and Omar Navarro blasted Waters for her lack of representation in the 43 rd district. He ran against Waters and lost in 2016 but only raised about $3,000 for his initial run against Waters, compared to the $650,000 she spent against him. “But I still got 25 percent of the vote, which was quite humbling to even receive that type of vote with the amount of money I spent.” He added, “I learned a lot from that election,” and said, “It was an honor for me to be on the ballot with Donald Trump too.”
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