Beto O’Rourke is a white Obama, with one exception, his records haven’t been sealed. Much like Barack Obama, it really doesn’t matter what skeletons are hiding in the rising Democrat rock star’s closet.
When Robert Francis O’Rourke was 15-years-old, he wrote a short and disturbing piece of fiction about a fantasy of intentionally crashing into two young children with his car. His writings are those of a monster. Here’s what O’Rourke wrote:
“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…. 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.”
The same Democrat Party that’s now pushing for 16-year-olds to vote, would like everyone to believe that O’Rourke was just a young boy when he wrote these disturbing words and shouldn’t be held accountable for them now, because after all, he was too young to really know what he was saying. Ironically these are the same Democrats who are now saying these young teens are old enough to choose our lawmakers and to make decisions that affect policy in America.
In reality, not much has changed since O’Rourke was a teenager. His fantasy lives on, as O’Rourke is now advocating for leaving a newborn baby that survived a brutal abortion, to die, alone, on a cold table, while refusing to give the miraculous new life the same medical attention and care required for every born alive baby in America.
One brave young made stood up at a recent town hall meeting with Robert Francis (Beto) O’Rourke, to ask him how he felt about leaving a newborn baby to die after he or she has survived a botched abortion.
Here’s how the conversation went:
“Thank you, for being here. It gave me a good excuse to get out of school.” (crowd laughs)
“Happy to oblige.”
“I wanna ask you about a recent bill that just went through the Senate about two weeks ago. The bill was that if an abortion was performed on a viable fetus and the fetus survived the abortion, the doctor would then be compelled to give that living baby the same care as any other pregnancy, or baby that came out, and put that baby through the care. Would you support this bill that does not in any way limit abortion, but simply seeks to keep babies alive that have been born alive?”
“Thank you for your question. The way I would address your question, this issue generally, is to trust women to make their own decisions about their own bodies.”
The culture of death crowd squeals with delight. Loud cheers and shouts for joy can be heard for the Democrat presidential candidate.
O’Rourke continues with his explanation, as he makes up his own facts about how shutting down abortion facilities in Texas have is making it tougher for women to get screened for cervical cancer or for young people to get family planning advice (who knew killing babies was considered ‘family planning?). For good measure, O’Rourke reminded everyone of the importance of being able to kill black babies, which was the purpose of Planned Parenthood, by its founder Margaret Sanger. O’Rourke told the crowd, “We are at the epicenter of a maternal mortality crisis that disproportionately affects women of color, two to three times the rate of white women in that state and across this country.”
In his response to the brave young man, O’Rourke mentions that the reason for allowing babies to die after they are born, following a botched abortion, he mentions the disproportionally high rate of maternal mortality as being a reason to allow a baby to live if it’s able to escape death. It’s not clear how killing a baby before or after it’s born has anything to do with the call to address the higher rate of black women dying than white women. Will black women live longer if their baby is left to die? Will they live longer if they kill their babies before they are born, or is O’Rourke telling the town hall audience that they might as well kill the baby now, as opposed to waiting for her to die later in life, at which point she would only be contributing to the maternal mortality “crisis.”
I don't know a more diplomatic way to say this… if you refuse to give medical care to baby born ALIVE after a botched abortion, then you are a bad person.pic.twitter.com/IfzoJQ3AVX
— Liz Wheeler (@Liz_Wheeler) March 20, 2019
One America News Network host Liz Wheeler nailed it with the comment she included with her retweet of this video: I don’t know a more diplomatic way to say this… if you refuse to give medical care to baby born ALIVE after a botched abortion, then you are a bad person.