Democratic frontrunner for 2020, Beto O’Rourke, has faced some tough scrutiny over the last month. But things are only getting harder for the would-be president. After a series of stories came out exposing his personal life, we now know he was up to something with his campaign funds. Ready to bow out, Beto?

Beto O’Rourke is a Democrat from Texas. I know, sounds impossible, right? But there are a few desperate liberals in the most conservative state in America. Beto was a three-term congressman and lost a bid to unseat Sen. Ted Cruz in 2018.

During his 2018 campaign, Beto was called out for potentially illegal behavior. One of the most egregious acts was how his campaign texted supporters, urging them to bring illegal aliens to the voting sites on Election Day.

Gee, I wonder what they were up to?

Even though Beto lost (despite millions of dollars from outside donors), he still thinks he has enough clout to take the White House from Donald Trump. You know, the guy who beat Ted Cruz in 2016.

Already we are learning some odd things about Beto. Like, he’s an unstable, weird kind of guy. Recent reports detail how—while writing on an Internet board years’ back—he fantasized about running over children in his car. And how, after he lost to Cruz, he drove out into the desert to eat dirt. Then tried to feed it to his family.

There’s also a story about how he tried to feed his wife a piece of feces, calling it avocado.

I mean, this is the kind of guy Democrats want running the country? What the hell’s happened to that party?

If the weird stuff isn’t enough, it looks like Beto has come dangerously close to violating campaign finance laws.

Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke is facing scrutiny amid revelations that his previous political campaigns paid around $110,000 to an Internet company that he founded and his wife ran…

But according to Federal Election Commission (FEC) records, O’Rourke’s political campaigns since 2011 paid nearly $110,000 to Stanton Street Technology Group, a company founded by O’Rourke in 1998 and later led by his wife Amy Sanders O’Rourke.

The payments to the firm were first reported by the Daily Caller. While such disbursements aren’t necessarily illegal, they raise questions about whether the company charged market value for its services. To do otherwise would violate campaign finance laws. [Source: Fox News]

There are very strict laws that govern what a campaign can do with its cash. On the surface, there is nothing wrong with a campaign paying a private company—if that company provided some kind of service.

But when you learn the company was founded by Beto (who might still earn profits from it) and was later run by his wife (who was obviously collecting a salary) it raises questions.

We’ve seen time and again how Democrats like to break the law to get rich. They seem to love to bend and brake the rules, as long as they make it out like bandits. Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez is facing trouble over how she spent her campaign cash. Ilhan Omar was been accused of spending campaign funds on a lawyer and trips.

While in office, it only gets worse. Hillary Clinton gave out deal to foreign nations, after they donated cash to her Foundation. Joe Biden favored nations that funneled millions into his son’s companies (and bank account).

It’s all so obvious when you look at it. Democrats, like Beto, aren’t interested in service the country. They are only interested in how an elected position can make them rich. They bend the laws (and the truth) as much as they can, so they can earn a big pay day.

So much for looking out for the little guys, huh Beto? Seems like the last thing Beto cares about is working to help American citizens.

We should tell this Beto we’re not interested in his kind of leadership. Be sure to share this article to let him know.

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