Beto O’Rourke Goes Campaigning In Mexico For Some Reason

Have you noticed that many of the Democrats running in 2020 are desperately seeking the approval of non-Americans?

The first two debates featured tons of pandering to illegal immigrants.

And now Beto O’Rourke is campaigning in Mexico.

The Associated Press reports:

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O’Rourke visits Mexico, meets turned away US asylum seekers

Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke visited Mexico on Sunday and listened to tearful immigrants say they fled Central American violence and turmoil to seek asylum in the U.S., but were turned away at the border.

In his first international trip as a White House hopeful, the former congressman traveled to Ciudad Juarez, across the Rio Grande from his native El Paso, Texas, to meet what his campaign described as “individuals and families directly impacted by Donald Trump’s cruel and inhumane policies.”

A fluent Spanish speaker, O’Rourke met around a table at a shelter with immigrants from El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala, some of whom wept as they told of being denied entry into the U.S. while their asylum claims are processed. Many said they were terrified they’d be sent back to their home countries, where their lives had been threatened because of abusive spouses, street gang violence or drug smugglers.

“We hope, by sharing these stories, that the conscience of our country is awoken right now, and the need to change the policies that we have in place” becomes apparent, O’Rourke said via a livestream on his Facebook page.

People are asking questions about this:

It really makes no sense.

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