Republican Navy Vet Joe Collins Challenging Maxine Waters Raises Over Three Million (VIDEO)

Have you heard much about Joe Collins? You will soon.

He is a Republican and Navy veteran who is challenging Maxine Waters in a bid for Congress.

He has already raised over $3 million dollars for his campaign. Not too shabby!

FOX News reports:

Navy veteran taking on Maxine Waters for House seat: ‘She’s lost a lot of trust’ of her constituents

U.S. Navy veteran and congressional candidate Joe Collins said on Wednesday that he wants to unseat Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., because he believes she has failed to help the residents in her district.

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“You would think that when you are a Black leader in the Black community, your primary responsibility is to ensure that the people that are in your district have what they need in order to survive during times like COVID-19, but, unfortunately, that has not been the case,” Collins told “Fox & Friends,” arguing that Waters has failed to help minority-owned businesses in the south Los Angeles district.

“We have tons of black-owned businesses here in Los Angeles that have not been able to receive any type of business. Not from the state, not from the city, not from the federal government. The majority of the reason is because of Maxine Waters.”

Running as a Republican for California’s 43rd district, which includes parts of Los Angeles. He is trying to unseat Waters and his campaign has raised $3.1 million. He claimed Waters was “losing trust” with her constituency.

Watch the video:

This guy is great!

This district needs a change. We wish him luck.

 

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