Beto O’Rourke compares Trump, administration to Nazi Germany

Beto O’Rourke’s presidential campaign is going nowhere fast. While he was once the media’s darling, as they watched his every move with cheerful glee during his race against Ted Cruz.

O’Rourke’s shine has since fallen by the wayside and the media quickly found a new bright and shiny object to trip over themselves about: South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg.

The media quickly became enamored with the Indiana mayor because he would be our nation’s the first openly gay president, the media has reminded us over and over as if a candidate’s sexuality is a qualification for President of the United States.

Regardless, Beto, like the media’s faux adherence to ethics and adherence to nonpartisan reporting, was discarded. Since then Beto has been left flailing in the wind, only able to pull in support in the low single-digits.

But then Saturday happened and Beto and his campaign saw an opportunity and have since seized it. Beto and his campaign saw an opportunity to attempt to resurrect his campaign on the corpse of those killed Saturday in El Paso and Dayton and that’s what he’s been doing.

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