If you missed it, Robert Francis O’Rourke, the privileged white leftist who pretended to be Mexican in an attempt to fleece the voters of Texas into a spot in the U.S. Senate in 2018 and the Democratic presidential nomination in 2020, has returned to the political arena.
O’Rourke is the Democrats’ nominee-cum-sacrificial-lamb in the governor’s race against Greg Abbott. He’s going to be brutalized in the fall.
But you have to credit him for at least running. He knows he’s going to lose. This isn’t 2018, Abbott isn’t on shaky ground with his own voters the way Ted Cruz was just two years out from that unpleasantness involving Donald Trump in the 2016 GOP presidential primaries, and O’Rourke is no longer the fashionable young media creation backed by $85 million in out-of-state cash from leftist donors.
They’ve all mostly moved on, and O’Rourke is seen more as a grifter than a leader nowadays. Time does clarify, as you know.
That means Robert Francis O’Rourke, who goes by Beto not because he grew up in the El Paso barrio and acquired that nickname from his compadres but because that’s what the maid called him growing up, is in a fight for relevance.
He’s got to get attention. Not because it’ll help him beat Abbott. Nothing can do that. But because O’Rourke’s campaign is about fundraising. It’s a grift. And for it to succeed, he’s got to strum the feelz of his well-heeled donors just right. And he isn’t alone in this grift — he’s carrying the standard for the Texas Democrat Party, which is the closest thing to that potemkin betting parlor in The Sting that you’ll ever find in the wild.
Texas Democratic gubernatorial nominee Robert Francis “Beto” O’Rourke’s disgusting and obviously-staged political stunt during a press conference about the Robb Elementary School massacre is just another of the many ways the man is “human trash,” Glenn Beck and Stu Burguiere agreed on the radio program Thursday.
“Beto is human trash. He is scum. He is the scum of the earth, the lowest form of humanity our society can produce,” Stu said in response to a video clip of O’Rourke heckling Gov. Greg Abbott in the middle of an update on the tragic mass killing in Uvalde. “This was obviously staged from the beginning … clearly planned. Even CBS News pointed out it was blatantly a staged event. And this guy [O’Rourke], because he wants more power and more money, decided that this event was about him. He wanted to make the [deaths] of 19 children and teachers all about Beto O’Rourke because he is human scum. He is the worst form of life imaginable on this Earth.”
Appalling? Absolutely. Much more so given that it wasn’t some spontaneous expression of outrage, some sky-screaming from a glass cage of emotion, but 100 percent planned not just by O’Rourke’s campaign but in concert with friendly media hacks.
Yes, you read that correctly. We’ll prove it:
And as soon as he was thrown out of the room, O’Rourke then ran a presser of his own:
… and his campaign disseminated the video of his outburst and press avail to every news organization it could, including this unforgivable clown …
… and was immediately deluged with adoring tweets from lefty influencers. Here’s the audience O’Rourke was playing to:
The campaign lucre is sure to follow from the orgy of adoration O’Rourke got on Twitter as the locals in Uvalde generally echoed the sentiments of the town’s mayor, Don McLaughlin, who’s the guy on the left with the walker who let loose on O’Rourke as an “asshole” and a “sick son of a bitch” for disrupting the press conference. But that doesn’t matter to the donor class in the Democrat Party.
O’Rourke is now screaming about taking people’s guns away, which is a rather hilarious reversion to type after this February quote: “I’m not interested in taking anything from anyone. What I want to make sure that we do is defend the Second Amendment.”
Sure, it’s shameless. It’s laughable. And it produced this:
But the thing to understand is he’s not trying to get votes. He’s trying to raise money. And he doesn’t have any sense of embarrassment. Beto O’Rourke is the white-privilege version of Cory Booker, a man who will literally do anything, no matter how ugly or desperate, for attention and money.
Beto’s Teenage Obsession with Murdering Children
Democrats like O’Rourke have been quick to use the tragic deaths of 19 children to advance their own pro-gun law political agendas, particularly “red flag” laws that would empower courts to take guns away from “potentially dangerous” people
“You want a solution? Stop selling AR-15s in the state of Texas. You want a solution? Have universal background checks. We don’t have them. You want a solution? Red flag laws or extreme risk protection orders, which stop a shooting before it happens,” O’Rourke shouted after being escorted out of the press conference.
McLaughlin was exactly correct in calling him a sick son of a bitch. Let’s not forget who Beto O’Rourke is. He actually wrote this, albeit a long time ago:
“One day, as I was driving home from work, I noticed two children crossing the street. They were happy, happy to be free from their troubles. I knew, however, that this happiness and sense of freedom were much too overwhelming for them. This happiness was mine by right. I had earned it in my dreams.
As I neared the young ones, I put all my weight on my right foot, keeping the accelerator pedal on the floor until I heard the crashing of the two children on the hood, and then the sharp cry of pain from one of the two. I was so fascinated for a moment, that when after I had stopped my vehicle, I just sat in a daze, sweet visions filling my head.“
If you’ve read that, you’ll understand who this guy is. He’s a sociopath and a malignant narcissist, precisely the kind of person who should never have power over his fellow man, and it’s that brand of mental instability that drives him to run for every office he can, no matter how desperate the campaign becomes.
Beto O’Rourke is the scum of the Earth. This is clear to anybody who’s paying attention. What does that say about the people who are once again fawning all over him for his despicable antics in Uvalde?
“Dangerous, right? Nothing good’s going to come of this. According to Reuters, those are the teenage writings of Beto O’Rourke,” Glenn said. “The state of Texas should be very aware and not allow [O’Rourke] to buy a gun because of this. This guy, this guy, and his righteous indignation — give it a rest, bud. Give it a rest.”
Stripping Texas of Its Constitution
Robert Francis “Beto” O’Rourke called for Communist-style gun confiscation during a recent town hall in San Angelo.
“And I just took the position that may not be politically popular or maybe too honest that only should no one be able to purchase an AR-15 or an AK-47, because they’re designed to kill humans and that high-impact, high-velocity round will just tear up everything inside you. You’ll bleed out before we can get you back to life,” Beto said on May 21 at a town hall with veterans.
“But I don’t think that the people who have them right now in civilian use should be able to keep them,” he added.
Beto and Dems have made it clear they will (try) to forcibly confiscate guns from law-abiding citizens:
And this isn’t the first time Beto has threatened gun confiscation.
In 2019, Beto said during a Democrat debate, “Hell yes, we are going to take your AR-15.”
The Cleansing of Traitors
18 U.S. Code § 2381 – Treason
Whoever, owing allegiance to the United States, levies war against them or adheres to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort within the United States or elsewhere, is guilty of treason and shall suffer death, or shall be imprisoned not less than five years and fined under this title but not less than $10,000; and shall be incapable of holding any office under the United States.
Treason is the only crime defined in the United States Constitution. Based on the definition provided by the U.S. Constitution itself, there is no doubt that Beto, amongst a “Swamp” of other politicians, Democrat and Republican, have committed treason against our nation, for many years.
Under English common law, punishment for treason generally included drawing, hanging, beheading, and quartering. As with other crimes carrying sentence of death, those adjudged guilty of treason and finally sentenced were considered attaint, or stained, meaning dead in the eyes of the law—even before execution. Once attainder was established, the attainted forfeited his real estate to the crown—a requirement symbolizing lack of entitlement to the benefits of society.
Attainder also worked corruption of blood, preventing the attainted from inheriting or transmitting property and preventing any person from deriving title through the attainted. Forfeitures and corruption of blood worked hardship on dependents and relatives in order to provide maximum deterrence. Eventually, Parliament modified the laws of forfeiture and corruption of blood to protect the innocent.
According to the Constitution, punishment can be set by Congress, but cannot include corruption of blood or forfeiture extending beyond the offender’s life. Quite apart from this limitation, Justice Joseph Story notes in his Commentaries on the Constitution of the United States (1833) that the explicit grant of congressional power over punishment was intended as a leniency, to preclude the assumption of the common law punishment’s harshest elements. The First Congress used its constitutional power of declaring the punishment for treason by establishing the penalty of death, with seven years’ imprisonment for misprision of treason.
Yet, those who have committed treason such as Beto have not been tried, and have not been imprisoned, and are still breathing.
It is time for Texans to enact the laws of our Constitution before these traitors take away our ability to do so.
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