‘Death Cult’ GOP Wants You To Do The Dying

Failed governmental prospect Beto O’Rourke introduced an unhinged attack versus Texas Republicans stating they are content to see minorities pass away due to the coronavirus pandemic.

O’Rourke, who usually analogizes whatever the GOP does to Nazi Germany, all however implicated Texas Governor Greg Abbott and Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick of trying to murder individuals.

The guv has stated a shutdown in his state might be prevented if citizens continue to use masks and as long as case numbers pattern in the best instructions.

Abbott, Beto stated, is “choosing to allow people to die when he could choose to allow county judges to save their lives,” recommending it is “one of the most craven, callous failures of leadership that I’ve ever witnessed in my life.”

He indicated New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, whose state far-and-away leads the country in the variety of deaths from COVID-19, as somebody “guided by the facts and the science and the truth.”

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Minorities Will Be Doing the Dying?

If you do not get movement illness from viewing Beto’s head-bobbing in the above video, you’ll see that he then focuses his attention on Patrick.

O’Rourke disagrees with the Lieutenant Governor’s assertion that life needs to go on– even throughout a pandemic.

“My message is that, let’s get back to work, let’s get back to living, let’s be smart about it, and those of us who are 70-plus, we’ll take care of ourselves,” statedPatrick “But don’t sacrifice the country.”

Beto’s reaction, as you may anticipate, was hyperbolic and entirely doing not have in realities.

“In other words, let’s get on with the dying, knowing full well that it will be those frontline workers making $7.25/hr … it will be African-Americans, it will be Latinos …who will be doing the dying,” he declared.

“This is a death cult. The Texas GOP,” O’Rourke continued. “Only they want you to do the dying, and that is exactly what’s happening in Texas right now.”

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Beto Isn’ t Bright

O’Rourke’s remarks pivot flawlessly in between ‘frontline workers’ and minorities being the regrettable victims of coronavirus.

But the Texas Tribune in 2015 offered stats suggesting those frontline employees are mainly White.

“Texas may be a majority-minority state, but minorities are largely underrepresented among the state’s health care professionals, according to new figures published by the Texas Department of State Health Services,” they reported.

No one group would be impacted more than the other in Beto’s example where just vital employees continue.

Not to discuss, what are those individuals having a hard time to manage on $7.25/ hr going to be making throughout a shutdown? Roughly, offer or take, $0.00

“Ultimately Beto is just not a smart person,” Tom Elliott, editor of Grabien Media writes.

An understatement to be sure.