Nobody is as obsessed with gun control as Beto O’Rourke.
He was spreading his lies about guns once again.
But when someone called him out, he had a complete meltdown, and it was all caught on camera.
Beto O’Rourke is one of the biggest clowns in modern American politics, and has been for quite a few years now.
He ran for U.S. Senate and lost, and then somehow thought that qualified him to be President of the United States.
He then ran one of the worst presidential campaigns in modern memory, and didn’t even make it to the first Iowa caucuses.
Along the way, he became famous for saying “hell yes, we’re going to take your AR-15” during his failed presidential campaign.
He is perhaps the biggest gun control extremist in the entire country.
Recently, Beto was speaking to a group of his supporters during his gubernatorial campaign against Greg Abbott, which is also doomed to fail.
According to a report from HotAir.com, “O’Rourke took aim at the progressive bete noire AR-15 rifle, used by the shooter in Uvalde, and insisted that this had to be banned. O’Rourke argued that the AR-15 was designed for combat – falsely – and that it had been designed for use in Vietnam – again, falsely. When O’Rourke tried mimicking a combat stance to underscore both of those false points, someone in the audience understandably laughed out loud.”
You read that right – O’Rourke got down into a full combat stance to try to explain what he imagines it must be like to shoot an AR-15.
It might have been the single goofiest thing a politician has ever done.
After the audience member laughed out loud at him, O’Rourke began yelling and having a complete meltdown.
“It may be funny to you (expletive), but it’s not funny to me,” O’Rourke shrieked.
It’s clear that Beto O’Rourke is someone who does not control his emotions well, as yelling expletives at voters is typically not considered a sound political strategy by most experts.
O’Rourke was also way off in his assessment of AR-15’s, which he clearly knows nothing about.
The HotAir.com article continues, “The rifle we know now as the AR-15 was not designed for combat – not in Vietnam, nor anywhere else. The precursor AR-10 was designed initially as a potential new military rifle in the early 1950’s, but ArmaLite lost out on the contract to Springfield. They got another chance in 1957 when the Pentagon wanted to reconsider the M14. They lost again, and Armalite sold the AR-10 and new AR-15 designs to Colt in 1959.”
“Colt redesigned it for general military use in 1960, well before the U.S. began any sort of combat operations in Vietnam, but that ended rather shortly thereafter. By the time the U.S. had any significant military commitment in Vietnam, the Pentagon had chosen the M16 and Colt shifted a redesigned semi-automatic AR-15 entirely to domestic sales, including significant use by law enforcement agencies.”
Beto O’Rourke has no idea what he is talking about, cannot control his emotions, and is clearly unfit for office – which is probably why he keeps losing.