Published by The American Mirror
By Victor Skinner
Maxine Waters’ Republican challenger is calling her out for taking the bulk of her campaign cash from special interests, rather than the voters she’s elected to serve.
Waters, the entrenched incumbent in California’s heavily Democratic 43rd congressional district, has spent the last year on a warpath to impeach President Trump, whom she refers to as “the most despicable, dishonest human being this country’s ever seen.”
During that time, her 2016 Republican challenger, Omar Navarro, has worked to build his following and expand his grassroots fundraising, attracting support from folks like Trump advisor Roger Stone, former presidential candidate Herman Cain, former Maricopa County, Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio, and other notable conservatives.
On Monday, Navarro took aim at Waters on Twitter, calling out the 79-year-old career politician for serving her big donors over the little people in her district.
I raised $148,000 from Individual Donors (aka voters) @MaxineWaters only raised $110,000 from voters.
The only reason Waters has more cash than I do right now is that she got another $200,000 from special interests.
Maxine Waters works for Special Interests, not voters.
— Omar Navarro (@RealOmarNavarro) February 12, 2018
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