One photograph sent Beto O’Rourke running for his life
Beto O’Rouke made one thing clear by holding a rally in El Paso opposite Donald Trump’s.
He is running for President.
But one photograph just sent O’Rourke running for his life.
O’Rourke’s meager counter-protest laid down the battle lines for 2020.
At his rally, O’Rourke called a border wall racist and pledged to fight for open borders and amnesty.
But a disturbing image from O’Rourke’s rally led many Americans to question the Democrat’s loyalty.
Protesters waiving the Mexican flag were among those in attendance at O’Rourke’s event.
Protestors in attendance for the Trump opposition speech also held signs that read: “Immigrants Make America Great” and “BETO 2020.”
O’Rourke spoke to his crowd of supporters in both English and Spanish throughout the speech. “Sí se puede!” O’Rourke shouted to his supporters during the event.
While O’Rourke remains undecided on whether he will run for president, 2020 merchandise was for sale at the event. The unofficial merchandise included buttons and T-shirts.
#BetoORourke #Beto2020 #MAGA #betomale pic.twitter.com/rdtIHSyVtk
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The cornerstone of Donald Trump’s agenda is that the American government should work for the benefit of the American citizen.
Trade deals and immigration policy should put American workers first.
At O’Rourke’s rally, he and the attendees made it clear they disagree.
O’Rourke and his allies believe immigration policy should be structured as such to put the needs of illegal aliens first.
That’s because liberals believe that if they can flood the country with illegal aliens, they can create the conditions necessary for a mass amnesty.
Once the illegal aliens are granted citizenship and voting rights, they will all register as Democrats and the left will dominate American politics for generations.