After losing a Senate battle with Ted Cruz, left-wing Democrat Beto O’Rourke recently announced he was running for president. That’s right, we have another virtue-signaling, left-wing socialist running for president. When asked about his latest contender, President Trump has some truly wonderful things to say.
In 2018, Democratic congressman Beto O’Rourke tried to steal the Senate seat of Texan Ted Cruz. Despite having a snowball’s chance in hell of beating Cruz, a ton of liberal cash flooded the state from outside sources. Even with this Hollywood and New York money, Beto lost.
This is a man who said black people don’t want to work and illegal immigrants are needed to do the work the rest of us won’t. A man whose campaign was accused of sending text messages to supporters, encouraging them to bring illegal immigrants to the polls.
Yep, that’s the state of the Democratic Party today.
Now, wanting to lose on an even bigger stage, Beto has announced his candidacy for president. He sent his announcement videos in the wee hours of the morning to news stations. Odd, but okay.
Already hitting the ground running, this left-wing Irishman (who uses an old nickname “Beto” to sound more ethnic) has said some truly ridiculous things. At one of his first appearances, he made climate change is major issue. He even compared expanding the government, abusing its powers, to “save the earth,” to the brave men who stormed the beaches at Normandy.
No, I did not make that up.
Former congressman Rep. Beto O’Rourke (D-TX) embraced climate change alarmism on the first day of his presidential campaign on Thursday, warning that this is mankind’s “final chance” to “take incredibly bold action on this crisis.”
At multiple campaigns stops in Iowa, O’Rourke hyped climate change hysteria, comparing climate change proposals to “those who were on the beaches in Normandy.” [Source: Daily Wire]
You’d think after forty years of serious environmental regulation and responsibility on our part, the earth would be much better by now. But now, Democrats still want to destroy private industry, landownership, and wealth to fight climate change. I guess it has nothing to do with saving the earth, and more to do with expanding their power.
Let’s be honest. There are too many Democrats running right now to know who will end up going toe-to-toe with Trump. But it won’t be Beto. There are just too many reasons to list why. But a big part of it will be Trump’s brilliant response to Beto’s announcement.
On Thursday, President Donald Trump was asked by the press to react to Democrat Robert “Beto” O’Rourke’s 2020 presidential bid announcement. And in true Trump-fashion, the president, known for mercilessly branding his opponents, mocked the media-beloved O’Rourke for his excessive “hand movement,” the likes of which Trump said he’s “never seen” before…
“I said, ‘Is he crazy or is that just the way he acts?’ So I’ve never seen hand movement – I watched him a little while this morning – doing I assume it was some kind of a news conference,” the president continued…
“And I’ve actually never seen anything quite like it. Study it. I’m sure you’ll agree,” Trump added. [Source: Daily Wire]
These nicknames Trump gives to politicians seem to stick with them. Even the libera media, who hate everything Trump says, can’t shake these names. That’s because when Trump speaks, the world listens.
It doesn’t seem Trump is very worried about Beto. This man couldn’t muster enough support in his home state to win an election, after all. This, during the predicted “Blue Wave” election that was supposed to usher in countless Democrats.
That worked out as well as you’d expect. Democrats once again were humiliated as Republican voters fought back.
Now, Beto thinks he can worm his way into the White House? I guess he’s got a few really bad advisors whispering into his ear. They just want to keep milking him for a salary.
But Trump’s got his number. He doesn’t even have to pick apart Beto’s terrible ideas to crush him. All Trump had to do is comment on his hand movements.
And that’s why Trump is going to be reelected.