I am sorry, but I have to ask.
Ya think Soros is paying this shame of the old land to try to make the Irish, all Texicans, to look like clueless big mouthed a$$ holes, or is someone trying to see how gullible the Texicans with Mexican ancestry are?
I mean surly, someone in their right. mind would not continue, having done so several previous times, make that big a spectacle of himself?
Damn, I would say run him out of the occupied Republic of Texas but he might swim back across the Rio Grande!
The Ole Dog!
In Texas, someone who’s all talk with little to show is said to be “All hat. No cattle.” Robert Francis “Beto” O’Rourke, with his gun confiscation schemes, wears a hat to block out the sun. That’s not stopping him from eyeing a possible run for Texas governor in 2022.
O’Rourke, a former Democratic Texas U.S. Congressman, aimed for higher office and missed the target. He was soundly defeated by incumbent Republican Texas Sen. Ted Cruz in 2018. He launched a presidential campaign, in 2019, based on strict gun control that crashed and burned after only seven months.
Given the historic gun sales from 2020 and the continuing trend in 2021, O’Rourke should listen to voters and hang up his hat.
Round ‘Em Up
O’Rourke has plenty of gun confiscation scheme highlights, but he’s most notable for declaring, “Hell Yes, we’re going to take your AR-15!” on the debate stage. He continued to say that Americans who don’t turn in their guns would face “consequences.”
He was arguing for his plans for a mandatory “buyback” program on all lawfully-owned Modern Sporting Rifles (MSRs). Of course, the government would use taxpayer dollars to seize something they never owned. “Buyback” is a misnomer. It’s more like coerced surrender of private property.