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Stephen Cobert urges Robert Francis ‘Beto” O’Rourke to go for Senate instead as he is slipping into oblivion in latest Monmouth University Poll

Monmouth University poll


Stephen Cobert urged the fake Latino Robert Francis ‘Beto’ O’Rourke to go for the Senate and back out of the Presidential race as he is slipping into oblivion in the latest Monmouth University poll.

The Texas loser is a long, long way from leader SleepyCreepy Joe Biden and Crazy Bernie Sanders. At this point according to Rush Limbaugh the Democrat race for President in 2020 may be over. Unless Biden is actually held accountable for stepping in for his son in Ukraine and making him rich with China contracts the former (thank God) Vice President will be Trump’s opponent in 2020.

President Trump has said he hopes it is Biden. Trump also said this week the world (according to Biden) wants him to be the candidate so they can resume ripping off the U.S.

President Trump said of O’Rourke when he first launched his campaign “he sure moves his arms around a lot.”

“What made you go, OK, didn’t get Senate, let’s go for the brass ring here and go for president of the United States?” the fake comedian asked.

O’Rourke responded calling his campaign “special” and added his “grassroots movement represents the kind of movement that it will take to defeat Donald Trump in 2020 and then bring this country together again.”

Colbert then brought up that Democrats in Texas want O’Rourke to run against Sen. John Cornyn, a Republican, because he’s “not particularly popular right now.” Colbert followed up, “Why not go for that, you already know how to run for Senate…”

“I just think given where we are, in this country, this moment of truth on everything you could care about,” O’Rourke said. “Will we be up to the challenge of confronting climate change before it’s too late. We will be able to extend health care to every single American.”

“Will we ensure that our democracy under attack by our very president, can we save it? I want to be in the most consequential position to make sure that I do everything I can to deliver for this country,” he added.

In other words Cobert is telling the fake Latino that once tried to feed his wife a baby turd and ate Texas dirt as a consolation prize for losing the Texas Senate race to Ted Cruz he doesn’t have a shot with the 2020 losers running for President.

Cobert is telling the fake Latino he doesn’t have a shot against the fake Indian Elizabeth Warren who has surged ahead of Crazy Bernie Sanders in some polls. He doesn’t have a chance against gay Mayor Pete. The failed gay (especially important people know that about him) Mayor of 100,000 population South Bend Indiana. And most importantly he doesn’t have a chance against the serial pervert Creepy Joe Biden. The Monmouth University Poll spells doom for the fake Latino and a failed late night host had to point it out.

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