Beto O’Rourke Goes Full Socialist, Wants to ‘Break Apart’ American Wealth

Media has been hitting on Robert ‘Beto’ O’Rourke for being a bit light when it comes to policy.

That is, he seems to be crowdsourcing his positions.

Well, the last people he crowdsourced from must have been pretty far left because this was the latest troubling comment from O’Rourke.

From Daily Wire:

O’Rourke, who hadn’t articulated a national domestic policy until Saturday, appears to be further to the left than Sens. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and Kamala Harris (D-CA), two of the most leftward candidates in the race. In fact, based on his rhetoric, it seems Beto could be much closer to Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) than any other of the 2020 Democratic contenders.

“The unprecedented concentration of wealth, power and privilege in the United States must be broken apart,” O’Rourke tweeted. “Opportunity must be fully shared with all. We must all have the opportunity to succeed. Together. As one country.”

Um, what?

Some people call that Communism?

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That’s not a slightest redistribution or a heavy tax, that’s all the way over the slide, taking “wealth, power and privilege” by force.

What that would entail exactly and how he would accomplish that, naturally, he does not say.

And perhaps as the children of very wealthy families, both he and his wife want to show us how you break up that wealth by starting with breaking up and distributing their own first? If he really cares about income inequality?

And this wasn’t his first extreme position.

He took the most extreme position claiming women should be able to abort pregnancies up to the moment of birth. He even seemed to condone the infanticide question, saying he would have voted against the ‘born alive’ bill. When asked about it, all he said he sided with the mother’s right to choose, this even after the baby was born.

Under Trump, America finally has a recovering and vibrant economy, low unemployment and rising wages.

Who would ever want to sell that plus America’s great freedoms for what O’Rourke is suggesting?