Robert Francis is not a fan of President Trump or his supporters.
By Tom Pappert
In an appearance on ABC’s “The Briefing Room”, Robert Francis “Beto” O’Rourke called President Donald Trump racist, alluded that his supporters are closeted Nazis, and compared his recent North Carolina rally to the Nuremberg Rallies of Nazi Germany.
While appearing on “The Briefing Room”, O’Rourke condemned President Trump as a racist for the comments the president made about Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN), who has repeatedly made anti-American and anti-Semitic comments during her brief time in Congress.
“Yes, President Trump is a racist. What we saw in North Carolina last week was almost an impromptu Nuremberg rally,” said O’Rourke. “Inciting hatred, and untimely I think, implicit in that, is violence against people based on the color of their skin, based on their religion, based on their difference from the majority of Americans.”
O’Rourke also doubled down on some of the left’s favorite lies about President Trump, namely, that the president referred to all Mexican immigrants as “rapists and criminals”, when he was referring to a subset of illegal immigrants, that President Trump claims all asylum seekers are lying to gain asylum status, and that President Trump defended the Ku Klux Klan after the 2017 events in Charlottesville, Virginia.
“And it is in keeping with the president who describes Mexican immigrants as rapists and criminals, who describes asylum seekers as animals or an infestation, who says that Klansmen are very fine people,” said O’Rourke. “It’s very clear the path that he is taking us on, and we either willingly submit to that, we are complicit in our silence, or we stand up against it.”
O’Rourke also lambasted what he views as silence from members of Congress regarding President Trump’s speech, even though several prominent globalists including Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) publicly denounced President Trump for his speech.
“Silence, especially from members of Congress, who hold a position of public trust and power,” said O’Rourke.
After slamming congressional Republicans, O’Rourke promised retribution for President Trump’s mean words.
“Silence is complicity in what President Trump is doing,” O’Rourke went on. “And there will be accounting, there will be a reckoning, there will be justice for this sooner or later.”
O’Rourke is currently polling at 0.0 per cent in the battleground state of New Hampshire as his campaign fumbles in the darkness.
The poll of 351 registered New Hampshire voters places O’Rourke at 0 per cent, with precisely zero poll respondents listing his name. Above O’Rourke are Washington Gov. Jay Inslee with a poll frequency of one, sex cult-affiliated Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand with a frequency of four, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard with a frequency of four.
Sen. Cory Booker also has a frequency of four, and is beat by Black Magic Woman Marianne Williamson who has a frequency of five. Sen. Amy Klobuchar almost breaks into double digits, with a frequency of 9.
If you are noticing a pattern, it is that virtually nobody cares for the vast majority of Democrats within the state of New Hampshire.
Perhaps O’Rourke, who lost to Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) in the 2018 midterm elections despite nonstop favorable media coverage and support from virtually every Hollywood celebrity of note, believes calling President Trump “a racist” will reignite the embers of his failing campaign.