A massive bombshell proves something insane about Beto O’Rourke
Robert Francis “Beto” O’Rourke’s presidential campaign is off to a rough start.
He’s hoping that the celebrity friends he’s made while campaigning against Ted Cruz will come back to save him.
But that won’t happen after a massive bombshell proved something insane about him.
O’Rourke was an unknown Congressman up until his run against Sen. Ted Cruz in 2018.
Despite losing, he was able to amass unheard-of amounts of money for the run – something many felt would give him a massive boost in the 2020 presidential election.
In reality, his campaign for president hasn’t been going well, he’s quickly losing traction, and the media are giving him very little coverage.
But now he finally has something for the media to talk about, and it isn’t good for him at all.
As it turns out, O’Rourke doesn’t just care about getting U.S. citizens on board with his campaign, he has also been advertising to another country’s citizens.
Using Facebook, he has been targeting social media advertisements to individuals living in Mexico.
The Washington Free Beacon reports:
“The presidential campaign for Beto O’Rourke targeted social media advertisements at individuals in Mexico, according to Facebook transparency tools.
Facebook has for the past year allowed users to see, using the “info and ads” tab, where a group is targeting its sponsored posts. A screenshot of O’Rourke’s page captured by the Washington Free Beacon last Friday revealed he was paying to have certain posts viewed by Facebook users in Mexico.
Among the posts O’Rourke paid to blast out to Mexican users was an invitation to his Tuesday campaign stop at the Jacobs Center in San Diego, Calif. The details are posted on the event page in both English and Spanish.”
This isn’t the first scandal involving O’Rourke and Mexican citizens.
The fact that he adopted the nickname “Beto” in order to sound Hispanic was clearly a move intended to appeal to Hispanic voters in El Paso.
But then, during his 2018 Senate bid, Project Veritas uncovered proof of the campaign using their funds to support illegal migrant caravans coming across the border.
These situations raise an alarming question as to whether O’Rourke is intentionally targeting non-citizens with his campaign messaging in hopes they’ll cross the border and help his campaign.
This latest revelation about his campaign targeting Facebook ads to Mexico should raise even more concern.