Another election season is upon us, which can mean only one thing ... Beto O'Rourke is back in the news.
After a failed run at the Senate and the Presidency, Beto is now setting his sights on becoming the next governor of Texas.
We all remember Beto's infamous "hell yes, we will take your AR-15, your AK-47" line. And in the wake of tragic mass shootings across the country, Beto is leaning into gun-grabber mode.
Steven Crowder has been sitting on an undercover video he previously filmed during one of Beto's Town Halls in Livingston, Texas.
In this episode of "Louder with Crowder," Steven Crowder sent his team to investigate the event, a job he would have loved to do himself but couldn't considering the organizations holding the event now have his poster up on a wall.
Since it is rude to show up to a party empty-handed, Crowder's fine reporters decided to hand out some Beto-themed T-shirts to show support. But Beto staffers weren't so keen on the shirts being free while trying to turn a profit with their merchandise.
"So you're trying to do a little bit of capitalism up here," one of Crowder's reporters joked.
Crowder sent his team with shirts that read "Beto Males."
Upon arrival, the team noticed the venue was not exactly filled to capacity. A generous estimate was maybe about 110 in attendance.
"I want to be as inclusive as possible, but even last night when we were at dinner, somebody offered us drugs, and so I'd like to hear, 'How ... do you thread that needle of inclusivity being welcoming while also stopping some fentanyl,'" asked Crowder's reporter.
"I appreciate the question," Beto replied. "Probably nothing more important than the safety and security of our communities, of our families, especially our kids and our grandkids. Under Abbott's failed leadership, violent crime and drug trafficking went up. When we focus on scoring political points, we take our eye off the ball and the real problem."
Of course, Beto's "scoring political points" virtue signal rang hollow considering his latest embarrassing moment when he interrupted Gov. Abbott's press conference.
Beto bore his supporters for a while, then made his way to the meet and greet portion of the evening, where one of Crowder's reporters scored a photo standing next to Beto in his "Beto Male" T-shirt.
"Remember when you think of Beto for governor, just think of this exact picture," Crowder said. Download the podcast here.
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