PolitiChicks Exclusive: Roger Stone on Supporting CA Candidate Navarro

Navarro seeks to unseat Congresswoman Maxine Waters, often called the “Pimp of Poverty”

Los Angeles:  Congressional Candidate Omar Navarro, who is running against Maxine Waters, attended Politicon 2017 in Pasadena on July 29-30.

Navarro is an up-and-coming Republican in the 43rd Congressional District of California. Navarro has taken the fight for office straight to the people including at Waters home, which is not in the district she represents.

Navarro is showing the young millennials in Los Angeles County that the Republican Party is the party who will help rise them up out of poverty and improve their education, economy and future.

A supporter of Navarro, Arthur Schaper, who is also president of the Beach City Republicans, said, “Omar knows this is a culture war not just a disagreement of opinion. This is not a debate, this is a cage match.”

Roger Stone, who was a political advisor to Donald Trump during his 2016 Presidential Campaign, publically announced his support for Navarro. Stone is now working as a political advisor to Navarro.

PolitiChicks reporter Michelle Mears interviewed Roger about his endorsement of Navarro at Politicon.

Michelle Mears: Mr. Stone can you please tell us why you are supporting Omar (Navarro) running for Congress against Maxine Water?

Roger Stone:  “Absolutely, Omar is the kind of hard charging young man we need in Congress. He is an honest man whereas Maxine Waters may be the single most corrupt member of congress. She does not live in her district, she pressured the federal government to bail out a bank without disclosing she and her husband owned stock in that bank. He was a director of the bank.

“She is living high. She is eating filet mignon while the people in Omar’s district cannot even afford hamburger.

Now I hear she is thinking about running for President. I think her chances are much greater going to the big house than the White House.”

Polticon 2017 wrapped up Sunday, with record-breaking attendance. The annual non-partisan two day “Unconventional Political Convention” was a place where Republicans, Democrats, Independents and people of all political thought could banter, or educate each other on the hottest topics in politics.

Since 2015 Politicon has been the place for people to find smart, entertaining ways to poke fun at all sides of the political spectrum in an effort to spur conversation.

Michelle Mears

Michelle Mears has a degree in communications and a love for our military. Michelle’s involvement in the armed forces began in college after bringing home a few pamphlets from various branches. Her father a helicopter pilot in Vietnam asked if she was planning to join, she said she didn’t know and then her dad said the unexpected, “Why not? Go for it.” Michelle got recommended to Officer Candidate School for the USMC by an Ohio Congressman while in college and went to boot camp in Quantico. However, plans changed and she ended up working as a journalist, while following and supporting her then husband's career in the USMC. Prior to coming to Southern California Michelle worked as a news reporter for a military news station at the Fort Benning Army base in Georgia. In 2000 while stationed at Camp Pendleton she worked a television reporter for a small station in Northern San Diego that aired a segment on a local CNN station every half hour and as a newspaper reporter for a popular weekly Northern San Diego paper called The Coast News. Michelle became the newspapers military reporter after the attacks on 9/11. She was eight months pregnant, a husband deployed and challenged by editors to stay fair and balanced in her reporting on the terrorist attacks and war from home. Michelle has continued to cover local politics and military news in Southern California for various news outlets as a freelancer. She is also the publisher of her own community-focused online and print magazine in Southwest Riverside County, a conservative, military supportive community. She believes in preserving the constitution and has been taking a series of gun education classes with her almost 15-year old son. Besides being a journalist Michelle’s greatest love is her son who also plans to join the United States Marine Corps after college.

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