Tucker Carlson Gives Beto A Scorching Send-Off

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Chris Donaldson from I Love My Freedom reports, O’Rourke stuck a fork in his campaign on Friday and just like that, the most extremist voice in the mental ward that is the 2020 Democratic presidential field was gone.

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36 thoughts on “Tucker Carlson Gives Beto A Scorching Send-Off

  1. I heard what you have to say! You bring up an excellent point and I’ve wondered the same thing. I think comments are definitely heard even when it is a busy conversation. Even if the author does not have the bandwidth to respond to every single comment, other commenters that are subscribed can jump into the conversation like you and I are doing now.
    One thing I’ve always wondered is… why don’t more commenters get into discussions with other commenters? There are so many good points to expand on in a lively conversation.

  2. I agree. I’d love to see more interaction between commenters to keep the conversation bubbling along.
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