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Beto O’Rourke was a Member of a Famous Hacking Group

Beto O’Rourke has got some weird skeletons in his closet. For one thing, the guy looks like a wiener. He tries to pass himself off as being super hip with the South American crowd. Like anyone cares how authentic his burritos are.

Nevertheless, this hopeless stooge has announced that he is running for the White House in 2020. Just try not to yawn, okay. We’re not impressed either — but trust us — this gets weirder.

Already, the Dems are saying that he isn’t progressive enough. Yeah, it is funny. They’re jamming a stick into their own spokes. And their reasons are even dumber. It’s because he’s a white male. You can be sure that, if he runs, his Democratic opponents will be calling him a racist who is guilty of cultural appropriation.

But we haven’t even begun to run the tale of the tape. Beta was also in a punk “noise” band in the early 90s. The band named “Foss,” apparently because Beta was so skinny he looked like a packet of floss, played on a local TV show and was so bad they had to be stopped mid-set. In another performance, the young Beto wore a dress and abused a drum set whilst looking like a pack of hot dogs in a sock.

But things get weirder still. As it turns out, Beta was, and still is, a member of the legacy hacking group known as The Cult of the Dead Cows.

Here’s Tim Pool with more.

~ Liberty Video News


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