The truth about ROBERT Francis O’Rourke!

Think you know Beto? Via Arthur Kousombas ♥️🇺🇸

“Rebecca Griffin Gore #VoteForTedCruz2018
Here I did your homework for you. All Statements backed up. If you read, you will find out where he is getting his money making you think he is getting it from the people. Funny, Beto voted against the people of Texas. He voted against providing support to the Harvey victims. (Politifact, Wednesday, August 29th, 2018). If this tragedy happened in El Paso, he would have voted for it. He was jailed for stealing and DWI. Beto is a traitor to his own country. Not a drop of Spanish in him. His real name is Robert Francis O’Rourke, but despite his Irish American heritage, he is known by the Spanish nickname Beto. He goes by this name to appeal to the Hispanics. Yes Beto speaks Spanish but Cruz is Hispanic decent. Beto just learn it by living in El Paso.

Beto claims that he isn’t taking money from the big boys. He lies because he gets money from Soros. In the El Paso Times (Lindsey Anderson, El Paso Times published 5:57 p.m. MT April 14, 2017) it states: O’Rourke did receive $2,700 from Jonathan Soros, a prominent liberal donor from New York and the son of financier George Soros. George Soros knows how to work the system; Beto is getting a lot of money from Soros. He is definitely being bought.

Beto and his mother co-owned a store, Charlotte’s Furniture store. She closed it right before Beto decided to run for Senate knowing it could cause problems. She was charged with Tax fraud and of course Beto did not deny it but made excuses.

Every one of the items listed below Beto voted “NAY”. If you are a Christian, Veteran, in the Military, an American for US protection, Sportsman, Woman to combat “violence against women”, you should NOT VOTE for him. Every item passed the House though without his help.

HR 7 – Jan. 24, 2017. No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion and Abortion Insurance Full Disclosure Act of 2017.

HR 4712 – Jan. 19, 2018. Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act -Requires practitioners who are present when an abortion procedure results in a “child born alive” to exercise the same degree of care as they would with a child born in any other circumstance (Sec. 3).

H Amdt 23 – Feb. 28, 2013. Reauthorizes the Violence Against Women Act. Vote to adopt an amendment to S 47 that reauthorizes the “Violence Against Women Act” for fiscal years 2014 through 2018.

HR 3219 – July 27, 2017. Make America Secure Appropriations Act. Vote to pass a bill that appropriates $789 billion for the fiscal year 2018 defense budget.

HR 3004 – June 29, 2017. Kate’s Law. Vote to pass a bill that increases criminal penalties for undocumented immigrants reentering the United States after being deported once already.

S 2040 – Sept. 28, 2016. Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act. Vote to override a veto of a bill that authorizes courts to hear cases involving claims against a foreign state for damages caused by terrorism within the United States.

HR 200 – July 11, 2018. Strengthening Fishing Communities and Increasing Flexibility in Fisheries Management Act – Vote to pass a bill that amends the Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act to revise and increase catch limits for certain fish populations. To reduce the 10 year time frame window for rebuilding regional fish stocks to 5 years, and then to 3 years thereafter.

HR 1 – Dec. 20, 2017. Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. A vote to adopt a conference report that amends the Internal Revenue Code to reduce certain tax rates and modify policies, credits, and deductions for individuals and businesses.

HR 2152 – May 9, 2018. Citizens’ Right to Know Act of 2018. Vote to pass a bill that requires the Department of Justice to release information about defendants who participate in pre-trial release programs, as well as an annual report on how agencies are using federal funds to offer these programs.

HR 5351 – Sept. 15, 2016. To Prohibit the Transfer of Any Individual Detained at United States Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Vote to pass a bill that prohibits the transfer of an individual who is detained at Guantanamo Bay.

HR 2577 – June 23, 2016. Military Construction, Veterans Affairs, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act. Vote to adopt a conference report that appropriates funds for military construction, veterans affairs, and Zika virus response programs.

H J Res 99 – Oct. 30, 2013. Disapproval of the President’s Exercise of Authority to Suspend the Debt Limit. Vote to pass a joint resolution that disapproves of the President’s exercise of authority to increase the debt limit for the United States.

H Amdt 1141 – Sept. 17, 2014. Authorizes Aid to Syrian Opposition. Vote to adopt an amendment to H J Res 124 that authorizes the Secretary of Defense to provide aid to the Syrian opposition.

HR 3457 – Oct. 1, 2015. Justice for Victims of Iranian Terrorism Act. Vote to pass a bill that prohibits sanctions on Iran from being lifted until Iran pays court-ruled fines for judgments related to terrorism.

HR 2217 – June 6, 2013. Department of Homeland Security Appropriations Act of 2014. Vote to pass a bill that appropriates funds for the Department of Homeland Security.

HR 624 – April 18, 2013. Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act. Vote to pass a bill that authorizes private-sector entities, utilities, and the federal government to share cyber threat information with each other.

H J Res 79 – Oct. 10, 2013. Border Security and Enforcement Continuing Appropriations
Resolution. Vote to pass a joint resolution that appropriates funds for certain agencies of the Department of Homeland Security for fiscal year 2014.

H J Res 72 – Oct. 1, 2013. Veterans Benefits Continuing Appropriations Resolution. Vote on a motion to suspend rules and pass a joint resolution that appropriates funds for military and veterans’ benefits and payments for fiscal year 2014.

HR 2879 – Aug. 1, 2013. Stop Government Abuse Act. Vote to pass a bill that limits discretionary monetary payments, amends investigative leave procedures, and authorizes an individual to record government officials.

S 2040 – Sept. 28, 2016. Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act. Vote to override a veto of a bill that authorizes courts to hear cases involving claims against a foreign state for damages caused by terrorism within the United States.

H Amdt 917 – June 19, 2014. Prohibits United States from Providing Weapons in Syria. Vote to adopt an amendment to HR 4870 that prohibits funds appropriated in The Department of Defense Appropriations Act of 2015 from providing weapons to Syria.

HR 1 – Dec. 20, 2017. Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. A vote to adopt a conference report that amends the Internal Revenue Code to reduce certain tax rates and modify policies, credits, and deductions for individuals and businesses.

HR 4015 – March 14, 2014. SGR Repeal and Medicare Provider Payment Modernization Act. Vote to pass a bill that amends the penalties for an individual who does not maintain health insurance and amends the calculation of Medicare payment rates to physicians.

HR 2879 – Aug. 1, 2013. Stop Government Abuse Act. Vote to pass a bill that limits discretionary monetary payments, amends investigative leave procedures, and authorizes an individual to record government officials.

H Amdt 917 – June 19, 2014. Prohibits United States from Providing Weapons in Syria. Vote to adopt an amendment to HR 4870 that prohibits funds appropriated in The Department of Defense Appropriations Act of 2015 from providing weapons to Syria.

He “Did Not Vote” on these critical Drug issues. He backs marijuana:

HR 2851 – June 15, 2018. SITSA Act. Vote to pass a bill that amends the Controlled Substances Act to grant the Department of Justice new authority to ban synthetic drugs.

HR 5735 – June 14, 2018. THRIVE Act. Vote to pass a bill that authorizes Section 8 housing vouchers to provide temporary housing to individuals recovering from opioid drug addiction.

He votes “Nay” about 80% of the time.””

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