In the Republican primary race to defeat Democrat incumbent Tom O’Halleran in Arizona’s 1st Congressional district, there are two contenders. Steve Smith, who is against President Trump’s border wall, despite a failed “fence project.”
The other is Wendy Rogers, a pro Trump agenda, and a pro America first agenda candidate. The differences couldn’t be more stark, and the details couldn’t be more bizarre. (Videos Below)
The anti wall, seemingly anti Trump agenda Steve Smith, as state Senator, lead an effort to raise funds for a 370 mile “border fence” in 2011. They estimated a need to raise about 50 million dollars, but were only able to scrounge together a lousy $55,634 instead. When the project disbanded in 2017, the money was donated to the local Sheriff’s Department.
But in 2016, when President Trump proposed a much more comprehensive border wall, Steve Smith was quoted on record as saying “I think this might not be a bridge too far but a wall too far.” He also said that Trump’s immigration proposal “just doesn’t jive”.
On immigration alone, a large issue for Arizona residents, Steve Smith’s record shows that he has been, “all talk, no action.”
Wendy Rogers on the other hand, sees the successful policies of Donald J. Trump and wants to fight for us to secure our border fully with the President’s border wall plan, as seen on her website. (Videos Below)
Another bizarre detail about candidate Steve Smith, is his association with the modeling agency, “The Young Agency”.
At first glance, nothing appears out of the ordinary. But if you do a little digging, there seems to be some slimy details that make Steve look more like a used car salesman than a reputable businessman.
One review on Rip Off Report describes the agency as a sort of a ponzi scheme, where they refer clients to their own photographers and charge an arm and a leg for very basic services. (Videos Below)
Many of these people trying to get their foot in the door of the modeling business are shelling out their life savings, not knowing they are not getting anywhere near the bang for their buck they could be with other more reputable agencies.
Furthermore, a second review website says the company took their money and they went months without receiving any services at all.
Another oddity is that Steve Smith’s business is part of the website, “Model Mayhem”, yet there are no listings of his clients or photos there. Why would he associate with that website? There does seem to be many pornographic associations with the website though. Another bizarre head-scratcher.
Here is a Steve Smith ad below that shows him saying vague talking points, and weak policies, things like “secure our border” without talking about the wall he is afraid of. He does NOT mention President Trump!
Ironically he calls himself a doer not a talker. Yet he wont even TALK about the great successes going on in our country right now because of the great leadership of our President. President Trump needs BACKUP, not ego maniacs.
Indeed, it appears as though Steve Smith is not a man for the people, but a man for himself.
Meanwhile, Wendy Rogers was a military officer in the Air Force. She became one of the first 100 women pilots in today’s Air Force in 1981 by earning her wings at Williams AFB in Arizona. After an extensive career in the service, she retired from the Air Force in 1996 and ran a reputable home inspection business with her husband Hal.
She fully supports President Trump’s America first agenda, is a rock solid Christian, and appears to put people and country before self.
Here is a recent video with Wendy telling some great information about herself and the campaign.
The difference seems clear. We need a candidate in Arizona’s first district to support the amazing trajectory we are on and bring it home to the local level. Our observation is that we should leave Steve behind, and let Wendy propel us into the future!