Robert Francis “Beto” O’Rourke — the unaccomplished Vicar of Bray of novice politicians who is bankrupt of original ideas and has no clear vision for the country — now finds himself proselytizing on the backs of future dead infants and the victims of the El Paso shooting because he lacks an authentic political identity.
At the College of Charleston’s “Bully Pulpit” lecture, an exchange from a question and answer session only added to Beto O’Rourke’s identity crisis as a presidential candidate.
In a predictable exchange with an attendee, O’Rourke took legalized abortion to its furthest extreme. “My question is this,” the man asked O’Rourke, “I was born Sept. 8, 1989, and I want to know if you think on Sept. 7, 1989, my life had no value?”
O’Rourke, who is a father of three children, offered a very confusing and contradictory response.
“Of course, I don’t think that,” replied O’Rourke. “And of course I’m glad that you’re here. But you referenced my answer in Ohio, and it remains the same. This is a decision that neither you, nor I, nor the United States government should be making. That’s a decision for the woman to make.”