RIDICULOUS: Beto O’Rourke Apologizes For Joking About His Wife – Claims White Privilege Made Him Do It

Beto O’Rourke has been running for the 2020 Democratic nomination for less than a week and he’s already apologizing for having “white privilege.” At least we have to give him credit for speaking the left’s language.

Townhall reports:

Beyond Parody: Beto Apologizes For Jokes About Wife Less Than 48 Hours Into Campaign, Says White Privilege Made Him Do It

Could it be that the reason a majority of liberals want socialism is that they are simply too tired from apologizing all the time to muster up any energy to work? The latest mea culpa comes from 2020 presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke less than 48 hours into his campaign.

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Beto, who the National Review aptly describes as a weirdo and “a man so apart from other human beings that he recently thought nothing of ditching his wife and three kids so he could drive around the country, alone”, asked forgiveness for several jokes he made about his family while on the campaign trail.

Beto often jokes that his spouse raises his kids with “some help from him.” Apparently, this remark highlights his white privilege, and for that he is sorry.

“Not only will I not say that again, but I’ll be more thoughtful going forward in the way that I talk about our marriage, and also the way in which I acknowledge the truth of the criticism that I have enjoyed white privilege,” the candidate said Friday evening in Cedar Rapids.

Do those sound like the words of someone who should be president of the United States? Even a liberal reporter is dunking on him:

It’s very hard to take Beto seriously.

 

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