Ted Cruz is arguably one of the most conservative members of the US Senate, he is also in the political fight of his life, as he’s facing a Democrat who has officially been endorsed by Nazi-errand boy, George Soros’ MoveOn.Org.
Soros isn’t’ the only one who’s all in for the leftist Democrat, Hollywood is also jumping on the bandwagon for Beto O’Rourke, the young “rising star” in the Democrat Party. Country music singer, Willie Nelson, who has earned the title of one of the top 10 tax cheats of all time, is planning to perform a concert to benefit O’Rourke’s campaign.
O’Rourke also tried to drive away from a horrific drunk driving accident he caused in 1998:
State and local police reports obtained by the Chronicle and Express-News show that O’Rourke was driving drunk at what a witness called “a high rate of speed” in a 75 mph zone on Interstate 10 about a mile from the New Mexico border. He lost control and hit a truck, sending his car careening across the center median into oncoming lanes. The witness, who stopped at the scene, later told police that O’Rourke had tried to drive away from the scene.
O’Rourke recorded a 0.136 and 0.134 on police breathalyzers, above a blood-alcohol level of 0.10, the state legal limit at the time. He was arrested at the scene and charged with DWI, but completed a court-approved diversion program and had the charges dismissed.
No matter…he’s still the Democrat Party’s “RISING STAR”…
Yesterday, much to the excitement of the left, the Cook Political Report changed the status of the US Senate Race in Texas from right-leaning to a toss-up, or too close to call.
Today, however, is a new day. A new video of Democrat Beto O’Rourke has emerged showing O’Rourke explaining the benefits of illegal alien workers in America, as he makes the argument for keeping them in America, as they are the equivalent of modern-day slaves.
The fact that this story isn’t splattered all over the front pages of every major newspaper is a testament to the hypocrisy of the mainstream media and reveals the importance of their role in shaping elections across America.
During a town hall in Texas on Wednesday, Beto O’Rourke, Ted Cruz’s Democrat opponent in the US Senate, was given a tough question by a black man in the audience. The clearly frustrated audience member asked O’Rourke if he supported granting citizenship and American-paid benefits to illegal aliens who violated our country to come here, who fly their foreign flags here, who have citizenship in their countries and whose families did absolutely not build this country, while black people are subject to things that you explained before?
Before O’Rourke had an opportunity to answer, the black America shot back…” You can answer yes or no, please.”
O’Rourke’s answer is stunning.
Watch O’Rourke explain to the black audience member how illegal immigrants are the new cotton pickers of America:
Here’s the portion of the conversation where O’Rourke reveals his thoughts on how illegal immigrants are the equivalent of slave labor:
BETO O’ROURKE: Many, many people built this country, first of all. And we are a country of many people … and I’m paraphrasing Congressman Lewis at this point, but he said something to the effect that each of us came to this country in a different ship. Some of us came here against our will, some of us immigrated here lawfully … some of us are showing up right now as we speak. They’re fleeing the deadliest countries in the planet today. The northern triangle countries of Central America … imagine how bad things have to be for you to scoop up that six-month-old daughter of yours and to walk 2,000 miles … to refuge in a country that is comprised of people from the world over. And yes, there are some people who did not follow our laws when they came here to be with their families or to work jobs and, in some cases, no one was willing to work in their communities.
I mentioned going to the high school in Roscoe, I also went to the cotton gin in Roscoe. And at that cotton gin, there are 24 jobs and the manager of that gin says it does not matter the wages that I pay or the number of hours that we set … no one born in Roscoe … or Texas or this country who is willing to work. But there are immigrants who are coming from Central America or Mexico or other parts of the world to Roscoe to work these jobs and to help build our economy.