Just a few days earlier, Texas Democrat Beto O’Rourke’s 2022 gubernatorial campaign got in the pipeline, but a minimum of one voter in the state has already let the precedent congressman understand what he considers.
As per a video posted on social media platforms, during a recent campaign event, the man screamed “We don’t want you here,” at O’Rourke. At the moment, O’Rourke seemed to be encompassed by a crowd of encouraging people, with Beto O’Rourke signs and T-shirts apparent in the background.
The man continued “On behalf of the ranchers, the oil and gas and farmers, I’m in your grill telling you don’t come back,” since O’Rourke followers tried to shout him down and security staffers started to shift towards him. The National Desk has reported about the conflict.
The O’Rourke critic continued “You ain’t taking my guns, either,” adding further “Nobody wants you here. No means no. Three times – you lost twice. No means no!”
Critic Indicated Towards O’rourke’s Unsuccessful Attempts to Unseat Republican U.s. Sen. Ted Cruz
The critic seemed to be indicating the unsuccessful attempt of O’Rourke to get down Republican U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz from the seatback in 2018 and his called-off bid for the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination in 2020.
In the video, the man can also be seen to be citing O’Rourke’s past promise to “take your AR-15, your AK-47,” which he also repeated during an appearance on CNN across the weekend.
On Sunday, the candidate said that “I still hold this view” on what he has proclaimed “weapons of war,”
O’Rourke’s home area of El Paso was the visual perception of a massive shooting back in August 2019 that led to 23 deaths.
Ahead of his Senate and presidential runs, 49 years old O’Rourke, served on the El Paso City Council during the period 2005 to 2012, that he served on Capitol Hill from the period 2012 to 2018 after being selected to the U.S. House to represent the 16th Congressional District in West Texas.
Hollywood Star Matthew McConaughey to Be a Part of the Run?
Now, he is attempting to get down enforced Texas Gov. Greg Abbott from the seat, partially believing that problems like the most talked about Texas abortion law will assist the Democrat to bring off a victory.
But Abbott isn’t the single possible constraint in between O’Rourke and the governor’s chair. Hollywood star Matthew McConaughey who was born in Texas, is also considering to enter into the run reportedly and a recent poll depicted the actor heading up both Abbott and O’Rourke in a scenario where he prefers to run, according to reports.
According to the reports, there is no indication or hint given yet by McConaughey on whether he is considering taking part in a race for a Democrat, Republican or independent.
On the GOP side, the then-Texas Republican Party leader Allen West, a former Florida congressman as well as former Army officer, is another infamous name considering the state’s top job. He also started his campaign earlier on 4th July this year.