Once again, Francis O’Rourke (who calls himself “Beto” to trick Hispanics) is trying to win a Texas race.
And, once again, outsiders are trying to sway Texas voters. People who will in no way be affected by O’Rourke’s leadership are throwing him money.
He just got a boost from one infamous leftist donor.
From The Blaze:
Left-wing billionaire George Soros donated $1 million to the political campaign of Beto O’Rourke, who is running to unseat Texas Republican Gov. Greg Abbott…
Overall, Abbott holds the advantage with $45.7 million in cash on hand, while O’Rourke has only $23.9 million to spend on the election.
Democrat mega-donor (and good friend to Nancy Pelosi and the Clintons) George Soros ponied up $1 million for Francis O’Rourke’s campaign for Texas governor.
O’Rourke has been very clear on his gun control agenda. This could be a major reason why a leftist (and borderline Marxist) Soros wants to see him elected.
O’Rourke has promised to take away America’s AR-15s and set other limits. Although he’s tried to walk back that rhetoric recently, it’s clear his agenda is anti-Second Amendment.
The far-left Democrat was running for president in 2020. He dropped out to make space for Biden.
But Biden never gave O’Rourke the supposedly promised office of “gun control czar.” Ouch.
O’Rourke, who lost his bid for Texas Senate against Ted Cruz in 2018, is now fighting to take over one of the reddest states in the country.
According to reports, he’s raised plenty of cash—thanks to liberals from other parts of the country.
But he is trailing Abbott in the polls. Considering how much the state has changed under Biden, “Beto” the fake Latino’s chances continue to dwindle.
Traditionally blue regions along the border are breaking red, as communities are overrun by migrants.
And that’s not getting into Democrats’ failures on the economy, gas prices, and so on.
- George Soros donated $1 million to Francis O’Rourke’s campaign for governor.
- O’Rourke has lost his last two campaigns, as senator and president.
- The far-left Democrat supports a strong, anti-Second Amendment view.
Source: The Blaze