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THE REAL BETO O’ROURKE THAT EL PASO KNOWS

Hipster Democrat Beto O’Rourke Denies Using LSD as GOP Dings “Noted Irishman” for Drunk Driving (UPDATE: Beto Responds)

Democrat presidential candidate Robert Francis “Beto” O’Rourke denied using LSD in response to a question about his teenage online handle “Psychedelic Warlord” at a campaign event in Madison, Wisconsin on Sunday. Meanwhile the Republican National Committee tweeted a St. Patrick’s Day message reminding voters of O’Rourke’s 1998 drunk driving arrest. (Update added at end of article.)

Jonathan Tilove with the Austin American-Statesman posted a video report of O’Rourke saying he’s never taken acid.

“As signed a skateboard for Tyler Baggins in Madison, Baggins asks Beto if he’s ever dropped acid. Beto says no. Baggins was prompted by Alex Jones saying that seeing as how Beto as teen wrote under handle Psychedelic Warlord, someone should ask him that question.”

Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke has revealed he was a member of a notorious decades-old hacking group.

The RNC posted about O’Rourke’s Irish heritage and drunk driving, “On this St. Paddy’s Day, a special message from noted Irishman Robert Francis O’Rourke,” illustrated with O’Rourke’s mug shot with a green top hat adorned with a shamrock.

by Alva Baker

I lived in El Paso from 1991 until 2009. I went to El Paso on a three-month contract as a consultant for a Mexican newspaper in January 1991 and stayed for 18 years.

Working in El Paso, Ciudad Juarez and the Mexican state of Chihuahua, I knew many “media people” in print, radio, TV and the advertising agencies. Beto O’Rourke’s father-in-law Bill Sanders was a partner in one of the largest ad agencies in El Paso. One of my good friends was the senior creative director at that agency. I knew Beto, and I knew his wife Amy Sanders.

The political climate in El Paso and El Paso County was filled with underhanded deals, corruption, blatant dishonesty and sleazy officials. In July 2001, Beto’s father, County Judge Patrick O’Rourke was run over on Artcraft Road early on morning while riding his recumbent bicycle. Months prior to that, El Paso County Sheriff Deputies found cocaine hidden in the dashboard of Judge O’Rourke’s automobile. No charges were ever filed.

Beto’s mother Melissa owned Charlotte’s Furniture. While I was in El Paso, she was caught issuing fake invoices on merchandise sold to people from Mexico to avoid paying sales tax. She was later forced by the Internal Revenue Service to close her business.

Because of several altercations with the local police department when he was a teenager, Beto was sent away to an all-male boarding school in Virginia. He graduated in 1991 from Woodberry Forest School in Madison County, VA. In 1995, he was arrested for burglary in El Paso, after jumping a fence at the University of Texas at El Paso. No charges were filed. In 1998, Beto was arrested for DWI and fleeing the scene of an accident. Charges were dropped after he completed a court-recommended DWI program.

Beto won his first political office in mid-2005. He ran for city council against corrupt incumbent Anthony Cobos, who later served four years in a federal prison in Colorado for conspiracy to commit mail fraud and “deprivation of honest services.”

In 2012 Beto unseated U.S. Representative Silvestre Reyes in the Democratic primary. Reyes had served with the U.S. Border Patrol for 26 years, retiring in 1995, before entering politics. Appointed to the House Intelligence Committee by Nancy Pelosi, Reyes became the laughing stock of Washington by not knowing the difference between Sunni and Shi’ite when questioned about al-Qaeda by the Congressional Quarterly in December 2006.

For Silvestre Reyes to chair the House Intelligence Committee was a gross contradiction of terms. He was an embarrassment to the Democrat Party. Reyes and his brother Chuy are as corrupt as they come.
Two of my closest friends while in El Paso were

1) the editor of the El Paso Times, and

2) the general manager of the PBS TV-affiliate. Between the two of them and my staff of investigative reporters at El Diario, I was pretty much in touch with the political affairs and dealings in El Paso.

Last Friday I received a call from the friend who had been the general manager at KCOS-TV. He talked about Beto O’Rourke, and how the people in El Paso who know him are frustrated and exasperated that he has made this much of an impact on the U. S. Senate election. They know the 38.1 million dollars he “raised” came from Hungarian George Soros and the Democrat Party.

My friend told me that he ran into a guy he knows who sold drugs to Beto. My friend told him, “Henry, you would be doing the county a huge favor by telling people you were the drug pusher to Beto O’Rourke.” He said Henry looked at him and said, “Man, I would not live through the night if I did that.” Some people know the real Beto. What’s sad is that the media has fallen in love with another Obama-type candidate, who is unproven, unknown and unable to do anything right for this country. Republicans, PLEASE VOTE on November 6th!

If you can in any way help, Please get this letter out to as many Democrats and Republicans as you can to spare Texas this danger.!!!

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Pelosi and Schumer Show Their Colors

By David Limbaugh

Contrary to liberal media reporting, the Oval Office meeting with President Trump, Democratic House leader Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer was a win for Trump, both in substance and in tone.

The meeting gave people an opportunity to see who fears transparency, who’s misrepresenting his/her position and who is being the aggressor in the border debate, and it’s not Donald Trump.

Instead of listening to the media’s version, watch the video. President Trump set the tone of the meeting, and it was decidedly cordial, saying it was a great honor to have Pelosi and Schumer there and acknowledging that they’ve worked very hard on various bipartisan initiatives, such as criminal justice reform and the farm bill.

Trump then turned to “the wall,” saying Republicans support it and he would like to avoid a government shutdown over the issue while acknowledging that it is a very difficult issue because Republicans and Democrats are “on very opposite sides.”

When Trump surrendered the floor to Pelosi, she immediately invoked the subject of a government shutdown, saying the American people recognize that we must keep the government open — as if that, and not border security, were the overriding issue — and warning, “You should not have a Trump shutdown.”

Notice the blatantly calculating way she spun this as a “Trump shutdown” rather than a possible impasse that could lead to a government shutdown. Also note: Pelosi drew first blood, and it was deliberate.

After a minor skirmish over whether Trump should initiate a bill in the House that would be sure to fail in the Senate, Pelosi, playing to the camera, said, “We’re here to have a conversation in a prayerful way, so I don’t think we should have a debate in front of the press.” Pelosi knows that a House bill could not survive a Democratic filibuster in the Senate, yet she continued to press Trump to offer a bill.

Schumer began his remarks by insulting Trump, saying The Washington Post gave him “a whole lot of Pinocchios” on the wall and stressing that Democrats have “a disagreement … not on border security but on the wall.” He chided Trump for calling for a shutdown 20 times, ignoring that Trump had specifically said in this meeting that he does not want that.

Then a frustrated Pelosi said they needed to call a halt to the discussion because they had come in to the meeting in good faith to discuss with Trump how they could keep the government open. Again, Trump was not the one talking about a shutdown; he was talking about the wall and border security, the former being indispensable to the latter. Like Pelosi, Schumer said they should “debate in private,” while Pelosi was insultingly mumbling, “We have taken this conversation to a place that is devoid, frankly, of fact.” In other words, “You’re lying, President Trump, because you won’t agree to our partisan version of reality.”

Schumer insisted that border security is possible without a wall and that experts say a wall would be wasteful — implying, with a straight face, that the Democratic leadership can get exercised over the expenditure of government money. Pelosi lamented again that they were having the debate in public after having come in to the meeting in good faith, and Trump rightly noted, “It’s not bad, Nancy. It’s called transparency.” So it was Nancy’s “good-faith” expectation that Trump would just sit back and take their insults and not discuss the issue that could lead to the dreaded shutdown?

Pelosi responded, “It’s not transparency when we’re not stipulating to a set of facts.” Are you kidding me? Unless you agree with Democrats on the facts, the discussion can’t be transparent? This is the same logic by which leftists ban expression of opinions that don’t agree with theirs. I hope people are paying attention.

Just as the mood was beginning to soften, Schumer again turned to Trump and accused him of wanting to shut the government down, and again Trump denied it. It was only after repeated haranguing that Trump indicated he was tired of playing semantic games and said that if they want to put the shutdown on him, fine, he would be willing to shut down the government if he could not get the wall.

How can anyone believe that the Democrats support border security — wall or no wall — when they have repeatedly broken their promises to work with Republicans on it, when they demonize all opponents of illegal immigration and amnesty as racists, when they oppose all reasonable measures to guard the border, and when many of them actually advocate the elimination of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement?

After the meeting, Pelosi and Schumer continued vilifying Trump, with Schumer describing Trump’s behavior in the meeting as a “temper tantrum” and Pelosi telling colleagues, “It goes to show you: You get into a tinkle contest with a skunk, you get tinkle all over you. … It’s like a manhood thing for him — as if manhood could ever be associated with him.”

It’s undeniable that Pelosi and Schumer initiated the aggressive exchanges, that they personally insulted Trump and were rude and condescending to him, that they openly objected to transparency, and that they misrepresented their own position on border security.

Say what you want about Trump, but he very honestly said that he was determined to get a border wall, that he preferred to have this discussion in front of the entire world and that he would be willing for the government to shut down over it. Pelosi and Schumer are just as willing to shut down the government over it but unwilling to be honest about it.

I applaud President Trump for bringing this issue front and center and exposing the fraudulent and reckless position of the Democratic leadership on border security.

David Limbaugh is a writer, author and attorney.

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