On Wednesday in an interview with MSNBC, the Dem. Presidential candidate was caught doing the unimaginable. This is proof to Americans that Either his heart is made of stone, or he’s just another sick candidate willing to back on any horse for power struggle.

During a hotly contested Democratic primary amidst an anti-Trump movement, the blame game occurred immediately after the two horrendous mass shootings our country witnessed over the weekend. Democrats running for 2020 are attempting to see how they can take advantage of the situation to gain more voter support than their counterparts.


@TherightMelissa on Thursday tweeted a viral video of Beto, gleeing to the thought that the tragic mass shooting which took place on Saturday in ‘El paso Texas’ would bring him back to the spotlight.
“Watch as Beto couldn’t hold back his GLEE that there was a mass shootings that could get him back in the spot light.
MSNBC host said today “Do you think Beto May now make a come back” in light of the tragedy. These people are SICK.” She tweeted.

Over the past several days, Beto ‘The Hypocrite’ has slammed the president, whom he has partially blamed for the massacre, pointing to his rhetoric about Hispanic immigrants that was echoed in the killer’s manifesto. The former congressman declared that Trump is a “racist” and compared his language to Nazi Germany’s Third Reich.
On Monday, O’rourke said “That is a leader reveling in the hatred and the racism of the people that he purports to serve and to lead.”

Trump responded to O’Rourke and claimed the candidate is using a “phony name” in an attempt to appeal to voters.

“Beto (phony name to indicate Hispanic heritage) O’Rourke, who is embarrassed by my last visit to the Great State of Texas, where I trounced him, and is now even more embarrassed by polling at 1 percent in the Democrat Primary, should respect the victims & law enforcement – & be quiet!” Trump wrote in a late-night tweet.

O’Rourke responded to Trump’s tweet and doubled-down on his claim that Trump is responsible.
“22 people in my hometown are dead after an act of terror inspired by your racism,” he tweeted. “El Paso will not be quiet and neither will I.”