Robert Francis ‘Beto’ O’Rourke, who lost a Senate race in Texas, and is now losing the 2020 primary race, pleaded with Americans to vote for him by accusing them of being vile racists.
“This country,” O’Rourke, whose nickname exists as a desperate play to convince Latinos that he’s not a white guy, “was founded on racism.”
The losing candidate then went on to explain that America is “racist today”, even while his campaign pleaded with the racists of the racist country to send him money. The O’Rourke campaign placed special emphasis on “white america”, which, according to its candidate, has “ten times the wealth of black America.”
Despite this vast disparity, O’Rourke’s funding largely comes from white America. But lately, neither white America nor black America appears willing to send him money.
“There are 2.3 million people behind bars while we enjoyed our freedom,” O’Rourke howled in frustration because, while criminals can’t vote for him, outside Virginia, Florida and Washington D.C., they can send him money.
As of now, Beto is performing poorly with people of all races and classes. Except for his wife’s billionaire father.