Beto Esta Pendejo (Beto Is A Dumbass)


Former Congressman turned Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke appeared on CNN’s “State of the Union” to discuss the mass shootings in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio.

During the conversation, host Jake Tapper asked O’Rourke a simple question: “Do you think President Trump is a white nationalist?”

“Yes, I do.”

There’s a nice, fat softball for you, Beto. Hey, Jake the Fake, how about an obvious follow-up question, like “Got any proof?” And while you’re at it, ask him to define white nationalism. Or you define it.

“And, let’s be very clear about what is causing this, and who the president is. He is an open, avowed racist and encouraging more racism in this country and it’s incredibly dangerous for the United States of America right now,” he said. “All of us have a responsibility to stand up and be counted on this issue.”

FYI, Beto:

Definition of avowed – that has been asserted, admitted, or stated publicly.

You claimed that President is “an avowed racist.” When did he openly admit he was a racist?

SPOILER: He didn’t.

Were you lying or are you just not proficient in English? If you are going to accuse the President of being a racist, don’t you think you owe it to the voters to back that up with some proof? And by “proof” I don’t mean “everybody knows” or “it’s obvious.”

Last questions: Now that we’ve learned that the shooter is a Leftist Democrat, will you apologize to President Trump? Don’t you think that running for Potus after losing a Senate race just reeks of white privilege?

I’ve seen bread mold that was smarter than Beeto.

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113 Responses to Beto Esta Pendejo (Beto Is A Dumbass)

  1. Myiq2xu™ says:

  2. bkhuna says:

    Beto esta pinche puto pendejo babooso.

  3. votermom says:

    I’m glad someone shotbtge Dayton killer at the scene.
    Why’d they keep the El Paso shooter alive?

  4. Mothy67 says:

    I would like to know about the shooters parents. I am as far from a traditional parent as I think you can get. I am not a parent. I frown on gays. making babies. I think it brilliant when people adopt or find a way to nurture. Applaud that.
    Been with the kid for almost 13 years. I am gay. I have had multiple open heart surgeries. I grew up absurdly poor. I lived in London, Philly, NYC, Mykonos. I learned to really talk from a hole in my throat. Some joke was pulled on me to give me a set of peeps and a face that I am told looked like Monty Clift. I am grateful everyday, but I watch. I stood outside the school door everyday for years. There were less than 40 in my kids elementary school. Six years I was there. I could have told you by the second week of kindergarten where the kids were going because of the parents. Three of the last 4 shooters were just out of their teens.

  5. Dora says:

  6. Miranda says:

    Has anyone given the actual make of the gun used in either shooting? I’ve seen ‘assault-style rifle’ and ‘similar to an AK-47’. Why can’t they give the actual make?

    • Dora says:

      I read on another blog that the gun has been traced back to Fast & Furious. I don’t know if that is true (not been verified) but that would explain why the details about the gun are being kept quiet.

  7. Dora says:

  8. Dora says:

    Moment brave cops ‘save hundreds’ by confronting Dayton gunman Connor Betts, 24, within 30 seconds of rampage as he shoots at screaming revelers with assault rife, killing nine – including his own sister – and injuring 27, along popular party strip

    • Miranda says:

      Apparently, his sister rode with him to the area. It’s a really bizarre story.

      • lateblum says:

        My thought as well. What did they talk about on their ride? Where was the weapon and the ammunition? Did he plan on killing her? Did she even suspect him? So bizarre.

        • swanspirit says:

          The sister’s boyfriend, or date that night, was not killed, but wounded, so hopefully they can get some information from him, regarding this strange situation.
          I was thinking this killer took something personal, and acted out against the public. Either way, he was a freaking nut case.

  9. lateblum says:

    Some light on some subject…

    • Myiq2xu™ says:

      This means, under these rules, there will be no more Carters, Clintons, or Obamas. They were all outsiders without a national name until they performed well in the primaries.

      As I noted in 2008, Obama raised $33 million in each quarter of 2007. He was a freshman Senator with an empty resume whose only claim to fame was the speech he gave at the 2004 DNC convention. Obama outraised all the other candidates except Hillary, combined. And his performance in the early primary debates was horrible.

      To the extent that the media covered his fundraising at all, it was offered as proof that his internet campaigning was proof he was young and hip and savvy and fresh while the other candidates were old and stale.

      Hillary shrugged it off because she had more money and she had the Clinton Machine plus (she thought) the Democrat establishment and the DNC in her pocket. But Obama built his own machine using college students and they gamed the early state caucuses. And he lined up endorsements but kept them in his pocket. Many of Obama’s endorsers had already endorsed Hillary so she was overconfident. Then just before each caucus or primary they switched to Obama.

      Outsiders don’t do that stuff.

      One more thing – Obama became a Senator because all the candidates in his way suddenly were knocked out of the race by scandals. The 2008 Dem primary was supposed to be between Hillary and John Edwards. Obama was running in third until John Edwards was suddenly hit with a scandal in December 2007.

      Good times.

      • Myiq2xu™ says:

        After Obama won Iowa the media spent a week anointing him as the frontrunner. The media was predicting the end of Hillary’s hopes and dreams of being the first female POTUS. When Hillary scratched out an upset win in New Hampshire the media and the Obama campaign (BIRM) went into panic mode. That was when they played the race card on Bill in SC.

        • lateblum says:

          I remember it all. All Too Well.
          It was real demonstration that the Democrat Party was not democratic. It was a masterful con played on anyone who wasn’t paying attention and who didn’t care.

        • lateblum says:

          And was it James Clyburn who spread those racists rumors? Or was it another insidious rumor that emanated from his office?

          • Myiq2xu™ says:

            Obama never deigned to do his own dirty work. He was always above the fray while his aides were doing the dirty behind the scenes.

            They used Clyburn because of his credentials as a civil rights icon, and because any criticism of Clyburn would be deemed racist.

            One thing I like about Trump is if he has something to say he’ll say it himself.

  10. taw46 says:

  11. lyn says:

    U.S. caca media normalized white supremacy at Charlottesville to destroy President Trump. I blame all the media fascists for all subsequent violence.

    • taw46 says:

      MSNBC (which my relatives listen to constantly) has been nonstop “white nationalists” since Friday. Ramping it up to dangerous levels each day. No discussion of the beliefs of either shooter, just unbelievable hate toward Trump and his supporters.

      • lyn says:

        SMFH. It’s sad idiots believe caca U.S. media.

      • Anthony says:

        Its not going to work. most people aren’t as gullible as their audience.

      • lateblum says:

        Same thing on CBS – both tv and newsradio. I agree that the danger is being ramped up.

        The hatred is being stoked. But not just hatred toward POTUS. It is also racial hatred being fed, ideological hatred being fed. Even gender-based hatred is being pushed.
        There is a house that I pass almost daily while running errands or visiting my daughter. Across the front porch in 5 foot letters saying RESIST is a message that glares at all cars and passers-by. I have so often wanted to stop and say that their political beliefs are stirring hatred on all sides and the divisiveness that they believe is coming from only one person – PDJT – is really being promoted by the hate sign on the front of their home.

        • lateblum says:

          A) I don’t stop because they’re on a street that curves and does not permit stopping and B) I’m afraid I’ll get shot. Maybe I should write a letter to the editor of the local paper and then get labeled as a “white nationalist.”

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  13. helenk3 says:

    Has anyone asked beto why his ad calling for donations for the victims of El Paso show his campaign website as an address to send the money?

  14. DeniseVB says:

    • lyn says:

      I’d like to see that at the scene of their crimes.

      • Cisco says:

        I say this after 35 years in the shit.
        I’m glad the offender was sent to hell and not “taken into custody” and then 10 years of trials and appeals.
        Just saying.👮‍♂️
        I posted this over at CTH.

  15. DeniseVB says:

    Brandon debated an Antifa guy, I haven’t watched the whole thing yet, but Antifa guy is a douchenozzle.

  16. Dora says:

    Being a member of congress has become dangerous.


    Rand Paul has part of lung removed after 2017 assault by neighbor

  17. Dora says:

    Free for everybody, including illegal aliens!

    • DeniseVB says:

      Container of Frozen Spittle with Crushed Froot Loops ? Just a guess. 😛

    • swanspirit says:

      Maybe I take things too literally sometimes, but an ice cream titled Bernie’s Back, is just disgusting. Aren’t ice creams usually named after what’s in them?
      How repugnant, an ice cream made old shriveled hairy white skin. Ewwwwwwwwwww.

    • westcoaster says:

      vanilla with Russian vodka

    • Anthony says:

      Best comment on that thread:
      “What really sets this flavor apart is that you’re actually allowed to lick it in the store and put it back! Because what could taste more like socialism than paying for and eating something that a bunch of other people already took a free bite of?”

  18. lyn says:

    Laura Loomer is running for Congress!

  19. Cisco says:

    A reporter notices the overlooked and or ignored daily occurrences in Democrat run Chicago.
    Full article over at Briebart

    Many El Pasos and Daytons in Chicago Every Weekend: More than 50 Shot, 6 Killed in Windy City

    • lateblum says:

      She’s not the only person from El Paso to have reported that same thing.

      • Cisco says:

        It seems that when ever their is a Presidential assassination, attempted or successful, mass killing, ie, Las Vegas, Columbine etc it’s always the “lone gunman” acting by himself never in concert with any one else doing the actual shooting.
        With the number of casualties inflicted I find this highly suspicious.
        But that’s just me.
        Witnesses, like this lady tell of seeing multiple gunman.
        The lone gunman an American phenomena🤔

  20. lateblum says:

    Just now on the tweeter . . .

    • lateblum says:

      I wonder if even ONE lib/prog/Leftie in or among those people who showed up to work. Or even on resident from that district. I saw a tweet earlier from some dude who seemed to telegraph the time and place of the clean-up in order to stir up unrest among the neighborhood peeps. Some guy who claimed on twitter to be the leader of a 501(c) 3 organization called something like One People’s Project seemed to want to stop the clean-up.
      It’s hot and humid and I’m leaving to go to an air conditioned movie. Later y’all.

    • Myiq2xu™ says:

      Any bets on how long it will take to retrash the place?

      BTW -If the rats were eating the trash they are soon gonna be looking for a new food source. They will start migrating out in all directions looking for something to eat.

      • DeniseVB says:

        The neighborhoods should take over the responsibility, I’m sure there’s some city code violations and slumlords should be held accountable. Unless the slumlords are paying off the city inspectors. No excuse able bodied people collecting welfare bennies shouldn’t be required to take care of a few square blocks in their ‘hoods. Also, Prison Trustees are a good source for “community service”.

  21. Mothy67 says:

    I was talking to a friend who works in mental health. We had one hospital that had a psych wing. UPMC bought it and razed it. There are now 20 beds in the entire county dedicated to mental health. There are 1.22 million people in the county. She blames a misuse by people crying suicide when drugs got them in legal trouble. They would detox to minimize jail time. There are people on the street who through no fault of their own cannot function.
    I wonder what the expense would be to bring back asylums? Not the American Horror Story asylum. A structured living environment. When da judge sent me to rehab it was a lovely place by the beach on Staten Island. The rehab was just one unit. There were many life long residents. They had very decent food. There was a convenience type store. Athletic fields and a gym. Back then you could still smoke outside on NY state property. Everybody smoked. All the bullshit “therapy” stopped around four. You had dinner and then free time until end of the night NA meeting. I was court ordered because I was absurdly high and got into an argument with a stationary ambulance in front of THE Bellvue Hospital. I had x, pot, booze, and mushrooms in my system. Judge said jail or rehab. I was so naive and young. I agreed to 9 months after rehab. Anyhow South Beach rehab was not dangerous junkies. It was like camp except for one guy they brought out of the subway tunnels. His skin was stained pitch black and he reeked from organ failure. Thought he was black. He had no teeth and no clothes. I was such a cunt at first. Poor guy was 12 he got off the school bus and with the bus still there she yelled Fuck You to her son and went splat from the roof to the pavement. He ran to her in an attempt to save her. He smelled so bad at first. He was a real mole person. He had lived from 13 to 40 underground. He had eaten garbage for decades. We became friends because he was such a hurt child. Was like he shut himself down at 12. We got sent to Suffolk County on the Island for 9 months. That was an epic joy. I had one roommate who refused to shower or change his socks. He had gone to jail for drugs at 18. Cute 5’4 he was tossed around sexually like a rag doll in prison. He ended up hating gays, but selling himself and then suicide. His anger was so obvious. We had to get up at 6 am drive in a prison van to group therapy and two AA/NA meetings. You then get back on the bus. The group therapists had certificates from community college. One day the therapist was going on about The Agony and the Ecstasy. He had no clue about the Irving Stone work or the movie or who Michelangelo was. He was making up some story about Jesus. Everyone I spent 9 months with in Ronkonkoma is dead except for the mole guy. He lives in a trailer off the trodden path growing food. That is all he wants. Nothing dimocrats does works.

  22. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • lyn says:

      Democrat supremacists want to take away our guns and our freedom of speech.

    • Cisco says:

      And any attempt at firearm confiscation will most certainly lead to violence on a scale that will quite well may lead to that insurrection, I prefer that term as opposed to civil war, that people talk about.
      MOLON LABE folks, just saying.

      • SHV says:

        IMO, gun “removal” will begin with a program like the one in an IL(?) township which voted to fine gun owners $1000/day after a grace period for surrendering firearms. (Stuck down by court, this time) After fine amount builds up, bank accounts will be seized, wages attached and real estate seized. It is supposed to be illegal for the Feds to maintain a firearm registry but you know they do; it’s interesting how, after a shooting they will say the firearm was purchased x years ago at this shop. Also rewards will be given for turning in gun owners.
        Five years ago, if I had read the above paragraph, I would have said that is bat shit crazy. With today’s progressives, draconian fines would be just the beginning. (BTW, 80% AR lower receivers have gone on sale at several on-line stores. I might order a few to keep in the “sock drawer”.

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  24. Dora says:

    I don’t know if anyone is familiar with this name. Mr. Gulotta was the County Executive when Hubby and I moved into our house and we voted for him every time he was up for reelection. We met him several times at the local flea markets and town festivals that he attended. He was a nice man. I was sad to read this.


    Former County Executive Tom Gulotta, 75, dies

    Former Nassau County Executive Tom Gulotta has died.

    Gulotta, a Republican and longtime resident of North Merrick, was 75. He served as county executive from 1987 through 2001.

  25. Myiq2xu™ says:

  26. Myiq2xu™ says:


    Mom is going crazy and she is trying to take me with her.

    Mom volunteered to work at the Vacation Bible School at her church this week. It starts at 6pm tonight. I first hear about it this morning. Then about an hour ago she said she wanted to go to the church early to help set up. A few minutes ago she said she was ready to go. I told her it was too early, and maybe in an hour I would take her. She said she was going to wait in the car. And that is where she is right now.

    She is sitting in the car in the garage. It is hotter than hell today. VBS doesn’t start for 4 hours. I don’t even know if there is anybody at the church this early.

    She has done this before. I tried locking the car but last time she got a chair and sat next to the car.


    • lyn says:

      Give your mom a big hug. ❤

    • Mt.Laurel says:

      I can relate. One auntie would simply start walking in the direction she thought she should be going. Of course her sense of direction was non-existent so then you had to chase her down, argue over her getting in the car and then hear a lecture the whole time that you were going the wrong way. I think part of it is due to the fact that for years they were able to drive themselves and the loss of the independence rebounds in odds ways.

    • taw46 says:

      I would tell my mother, tomorrow we will go out to lunch and then to a movie. Of course, she would be up and dressed before 9:00a and then I would have to listen to “you said we were going out” for a couple of hours. She lost all concept of time. It is hard and frustrating to deal with. Thinking of you. And I agree with Mt.Laurel, loss of independence seems to be a part of it.

    • elliesmom says:

      The flipside of this is a person who doesn’t ever want to leave the house. At least she’s actively engaged in life.

  27. driguana says:

    There is a lot of discussion now going on around the supposed photos of the shooter entering the Walmart that from what I can tell was first posted by the NY Post and then everywhere else…it’s the “ear protection” photo. Interesting…however, a number of sources are now saying this is a picture from a December 2, 2015 mass casualty exercise in El Paso. Has this actually been verified? This gun does not appear to have a magazine nor does it actually appear to be a real gun, in my estimation. If this is an actual photo of him entering the Walmart in El Paso, it is not possible for him to have gotten off the number of rounds that have been said he fired with this gun. Something is not right. There is also the concern of other witnesses, Mexicans apparently, who said they saw other gunmen involved.But, everyone is eager to jump to their own political points of view. But the FBI has now shut everything down. Why?

    • SHV says:

      ” This gun does not appear to have a magazine…”
      Poor quality photo but there appears to be a 30 round AKM type “sand” color magazine attached to the rifle.

  28. Underwhelmed says:

    This post is excellent:

    and from it I include this excellent comment:

    ‘Over the past several decades our young people have grown up in a society devoid of any meaningful discipline at home or school. The worst they get is a ‘time-out’ or small curtailment of privileges. They grew up in a world where no one has to qualify for anything as everyone gets to play and everyone gets a trophy (just for participation). They grew up where grading on a curve was normal and a ‘quiet room’ and ‘hand-holding’ was always there to calm fears, disappointments and hurt feelings.
    They grew up with parents, teachers, coaches, etc. that didn’t want to shake the boat. They grew up with social media testing and weighing everything that everybody does, with social media showing them what they are missing and what fun they are not having. They grew up in a world where everyone can see what the ‘haves’ possess and what the ‘have-nots’ don’t. They grew up in a society that condones substance abuse and treats every hurt feeling or bad day with prescription drugs.
    Then, at a point in time they try to make it on their own and run into the reality of life and it’s trials. They find that the outside world wants production and results and could care less if they are having a bad day or lost their cell phone. They find that oversleeping is not an excuse for being late, and that pay, advancement or even keeping their job depends on their performance. They find that job performance reviews actually grade them on what they do. They find that survival is of the fittest and the days of free stuff are over. In summary, they find that they had no idea of what the real world was like or how to cope with it.
    Someone needs to be responsible for their despair and inability to perform. The result is a huge number of suicides, especially in the military where the cruel world reality really comes on fast, and in substance abuse to dim the shock of real life. Then we have the young folks who cast blame for their despair on others and strike out by mass shootings – often feeling important again for a fleeting moment before being just another suicide by cop.
    The CA, OH and TX shooters were 19,21 & 24. They had just begun to see what the real world held for them and were not able to face it or meet it’s demands.
    Parenting started going downhill in the 1960’s. It was passed on to teachers and coaches who joined the parents in not wanting to ‘shake the boat’. It’s been going downhill for about 3 generations now and even if things were to change today (to pre 1950 values and morals), it would take over 80 years to correct the problem.
    Folks are just going to have to accept that what we have now is the new normal and that this normal will only get worse without some type of intervention…and I don’t see that coming until…….
    Blame will be cast in all directions and new laws will be called for but nothing will help until society faces what it has itself created.’

    Sums it up perfectly.

    • DeniseVB says:

      That was a good read. I kept my kids so darn busy they didn’t have time to become snowflakes. My kids are doing the same with theirs. I hope that’s the key. 🙂

    • taw46 says:

      Thanks for posting both the article and the comment. Those are the issues that should be discussed if anyone really wants to try and change the culture that is producing these damaged and evil people. But of course, all the left wants to talk about is taking away the guns. As if that would make the real problem disappear.

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