Beto O’Rourke built a movement in Texas — can it carry him to the White House?

O’Rourke is generating considerable buzz among Democrats eager for an infusion of charisma and fresh ideas.

Beto O’Rourke built a movement in Texas — can it carry him to the White House?

Beto O'Rourke may be the least experienced candidate in the race — but he is the one the others envy. Can the movement he built in Texas propel him to the White House?


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  1. With that Pic he will Never get my Vote! 😡

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  2. He”s not elgible for social security…so he’s got that going for him

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  3. Yeah that movement worked in favor of Ted 😂😂😂

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  4. Oprah…so now we know who is controlling the strings.

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  5. Candidate support during election cycles aren’t movements. There was a civil rights movement in the late ‘50s and early ‘60s. Beto’s campaign nor Bernie’s campaign are movements. Quit loosely using that word. #bernie2020

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  6. about time…it’s already a crowded field. Hell, my next door neighbor, my former third grade teacher, and my 9 year old son may decide to run too.

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  7. Seriously? We have Bernie and Tulsi. We don’t need any more charisma and fresh ideas. The DNC might as well be the GOP.

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  8. O’Rourke is generating considerable buzz among centrist neoliberals posing as Democrats eager for any candidate with a chance of beating Sanders.

    O’Rourke’s father in law is a near-billionaire with a history of being unfair with minorities, and O’Rourke himself has voted with Republicans several times rather than with his own Party, just like Bill Clinton used to .

    The fact is for at-least half of Democrat voters any Blue won’t do and certainly not another big money centrist while half our nation lies in ruins including many onetime Democrat strongholds where their economy was destroyed by free trade .

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  9. No one that Oprah backed in 2018 won. She will jinx him for 2020

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  10. Quite the movement he had in Texas. Got him unemployed

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  11. Movement? I just had one…. This guys an idiot

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  12. A “movement” that failed to win the election.

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  13. I don’t see the policy ideas, or am I missing something?

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  14. He lost to the Reptilian Ted Cruz! FEEL THE BERN!

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  15. Couldn’t carry him to the US Senate

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  16. $10 says Biden with O’Rourke as running mate…

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  17. Needs to distance himself from Oprah.

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  18. Probably will be a VP pick for the person that gets nomination. No where near enough political experience. Would prefer Joseph Kennedy III.

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  19. How did it work for him in Tx?

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  20. #StillSanders #BernieSandersFOREVER #Bernie2020

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  21. Ha they best get rid of that pic of him and Oprah together, not to many happy with her anymore😳🤣

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  22. Since when is supporting big oil a new idea?

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