“Beto” Cringe-Fest Erupts on Social Media

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Texas Democratic gubernatorial candidate Robert Francis “Beto” O’Rourke was blasted on social media after posting an absurd photo of himself sporting a shirt that said, “Don’t mess with Trans kids.,” a tacky, uninspired play on the popular phrase “Don’t mess with Texas.”

The failed 2020 presidential candidate neglected to clarify how puberty-blocking drugs, gender dysmorphia, and genital mutilation are consistent with Texas values.


The 49-year-old won the Democratic primary on March 1st and faces off against two-term Republican incumbent Greg Abbott in the November 8th general election.

O’Rourke’s post is in response to Governor Abbott’s heroic directives to the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services to investigate any reported instances of children undergoing abusive gender-transitioning procedures.

Days before Gov. Abbott’s directives came, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton stated that state law characterizes such procedures—like reassignment surgeries that cause sterilization, mastectomies, etc.—as child abuse.

O’Rourke has yet to comment if super doses of testosterone or estrogen to prepubescent Texans to radically change their hormonal state to that of the opposite sex constitutes as child abuse or not in his view.

During a September 2019 Democratic Presidential Debate, O’Rourke infamously exclaimed, “Hell, yes, we’re going to take your AR-15, your AK-47.” O’Rourke recently attempted to recant his statement unconvincingly saying that he has no “interest in taking” guns away.

It remains unclear if O’Rourke understands that, as governor, he would neither have the power to confiscate guns nor force Texan residents to give up theirs up.

However, what is abundantly evident is that O’Rourke should permanently suspend his joke of a campaign and hit the gym because even Slenderman has more muscle tone than he does.

O’Rourke served two terms on the El Paso City Council from 2005-2012 and was unanimously elected as mayor pro tempore his first term. He served as the U.S. Representative for Texas’s 16th congressional district from 2013 to 2019. O’Rourke was a candidate for the U.S. Senate in 2018 and for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2020 yet withdrew before the primaries began due to woefully poor polling.


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