Robert Francis "Beto" says he was ‘Born’ for 2020

Robert Francis
Robert Francis "Beto" says he was ‘Born’ for 2020

16 March, 2019

Beto O'Rourke said in a new interview that the "best way" to oust President Trump would be to vote him out of office in 2020, rather than pursuing impeachment. "I've never seen so much hand movement", Trump told reporters. I've never seen so much hand movement. "I think the fastest way to get there is to ensure that people who have insurance that they like through their employer are able to keep it and we compliment that with those who can purchase Medicare".

Newly minted United States presidential hopeful Beto O'Rourke says he was a member of Cult of the Dead Cow, one of the most legendary hacking groups in cyber-history.

O'Rourke was made aware of Trump's criticism Thursday, but appeared unbothered by it.

We're told that O'Rourke wasn't involved in the more nefarious parts of the hacker ring's activities, such as the development of tools to control hijacked Windows PCs.

"I think corporations should be asked to pay a greater share", O'Rourke said.

"He's not going to get the money he got when he ran for Senate".

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Activist Jamira Burley said, "Sooooo Beto had his wife sit next to him in a more than 3min video, only for her to hold his hand and smile for the camera".

But as late-night host Jimmy Fallon admitted that night, he had a hard time focusing on O'Rourke's earnest rhetoric as the 46-year-old began his first day of presidential campaigning.

The attempts to capitalize on O'Rourke's announcement Thursday aren't unusual for a high-profile electoral race, in which campaigns look to turn blip events into a boost in donations.

"Well, I'm grateful that ultimately it's up to voters, and that they'll have a chance to meet with me, question me, listen to me, and I'll have a chance to listen to them", he deflected.

"He may not just be running for president, he may be running for vice president".

I understand the appeal of nearly every politician, and I also understand why most of these preening weenies want to be president, but for the life of me I do not get the attraction to Beto O'Rourke. "I want this to be your campaign - a campaign by all of us for all of us that answers not to the PACs, corporations, and special interests but to the people". But his advisers have been signaling to Democratic operatives in Iowa and New Hampshire that the former vice president is ready to make the leap, likely in early April.

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