Backbencher Beto O’Rourke References Normandy In ‘Climate Change’ Diatribe

Beto is turning into the male version of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez with nuttiness. First we have this

(Breitbart) In an appearance on his newly launched campaign for the Democratic Party presidential nomination, former Rep. Beto O’Rourke (D-TX) argued that the United States could tackle climate change because of its standing as the “indispensable nation.”

O’Rourke invoked the landing on the beaches of Normandy on D-Day during World War II to bolster his argument.

“Now, the current president says he doesn’t believe in climate change. I don’t know how many countries are on the face of the planet — 192, mas o menos,” O’Rourke said. “How can we, who used to be the indispensable nation, be the only country that has removed itself from any obligation to work with anyone on perhaps the most pressing problem. When you think about leadership, those who preceded us — those who were on the beaches in Normandy, those who faced an existential threat to Western democracy and our way of life, they showed us the way. We can all come together. We can unite. We can marshal the resources. And we can convene the countries of the world around otherwise unsolvable problems. That’s who we are. That’s why they call us the indispensable nation. Well, that moment is now for us on this issue. So, if there’s a time to reassert global leadership and make friends instead of enemies, it’s today because the challenges are too great to do otherwise.”

Yikes. That’s some serious moonbattery going on. But, hey, there’s more

While speaking at a coffee shop in Keokuk, IA, 2020 presidential hopeful Beto O’Rourke voiced his support for the Green New Deal, echoing socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) in saying the world will end in 12 years if nothing is done.

O’Rourke told the group gathered at the coffee shop that he has not “seen anything better that addresses this singular crisis” that he said “could lead to extinction” than the Green New Deal.

“This is the final chance,” the failed Senate candidate from Texas advised. “The scientists are absolutely unanimous on this — that we have no more than 12 years to take incredibly bold action on this crisis. My gratitude to them for the young people who stepped up to offer such a bold proposal to meet such a grave challenge.”

He concluded, ‘”Not to be melodramatic, but the future of the world depends on us right now here where we are. So, yes, let’s find a way to do this.”

That’s not melodramatic, it’s just insanity. But, then, what else do we expect from Democrats these days, and any member of the Cult of Climastrology?

Hilariously, we also get this

Hinojosa (chairman of the Texas Democratic Party) responded, “I think what Beto O’Rourke has done, particularly in the last senatorial campaign that he ran in 2018, is…show the people of Texas and now the people of America what it means to be an honest politician, an honest person who going to talk about things that are important to families all across this country. You don’t always see that.”

“Pardon me, but Nancy Pelosi was asked today about his biggest accomplishment and she could not really name one, even though he served in the House for a brief time admittedly,” Henry pushed back. “But you are telling me he is an honest politician, that’s his biggest accomplishment?”

Hinojosa was unable to name one thing Beto has done.

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4 Responses to “Backbencher Beto O’Rourke References Normandy In ‘Climate Change’ Diatribe”

  1. Professor Hale says:

    It must be terrible to live in a time when all the world’s great problems have been solved and still have to run for public office as if you are Winston Churchill.

  2. Liljeffyatemypuppy says:

    Pancho Vanilla is also touting that “we only have 12 years” bullshit meme.
    What a tool.

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