He thought his “mistake” would go unnoticed—America is going to make him pay.
For months, the Left has predicted a “blue wave” this midterm.
Across the country, Democrats have been mounting campaigns to get enough liberals in D.C. to impeach President Trump.
A national campaign to boost one Democrat is attempting to remove a beloved figure from Washington. But it looks like his liberal rival has a dirty secret.
From Daily Caller:
Rep. Beto O’Rourke’s (D-Texas) drunk driving accident in 1998 has long been public knowledge, but a local outlet has discovered new harrowing details…
The Houston Chronicle obtained police records from the scene of the crash in 1998 which, show O’Rourke with a blood alcohol level of .136. O’Rourke was recorded in the police report to be traveling at a “high rate of speed” before he careened his car into the median of an interstate near the New Mexico border.
A witness at the scene of the crash said O’Rourke attempted to flee the scene of the crime in his car after the accident.
There's always the chance that Robert “Beto” O’Rourke won’t debate Senator Cruz because he got into a hazy situation… pic.twitter.com/4nmd42AEkl
— Texas GOP (@TexasGOP) August 29, 2018
It’s amazing how forgiving and understanding the left is when it’s their own breaking the law.
Democrats have accused Donald Trump of endless wrongs and crimes—many of which are complete fiction.
Even though he has proven himself a fantastic president and leader—they refuse to forgive him for anything.
Yet when a Democrat commits a violent crime—and flees the scene—we’re supposed to just forget about it?
Never mind the fact that Beto wants to oust Ted Cruz, a Constitutionalist conservative that is working with the president to make America great again.
The best the left can find to beat him is a man with a shady past, who promises to destroy Texas’ economy and great name with toxic liberal policies.
But the media is doing its best to keep O’Rourke’s crime silent. The American people need to make this story known.
Source: Daily Caller