Did you forget about Robert O’Rourke?

We did…

He’s fallen so far back in the race for the DNC nomination that we even slipped up and used his nickname in the title of this article.

But yes…

Robert has fallen to the back of the line — he’s not even in the top FIVE and he’s still trending down.

So, the slumping Texas Democrat is looking to “relaunch” his campaign, because he obviously needs a redo since Biden came in and shook the game up.

So Robert took advantage of his recent time on that cackling hen show people call “The View.”

His first point of order?

To address the “I’m just born to be in it” quote he made for Vanity Fair.

Open Mouth, Insert Foot

First, he was dressed down by the one quasi-conservative voice on the show, Meghan McCain, who accused him of taking advantage of his male white privilege and launching his campaign on

Vanity Fair…

To which Robert replied, “You’re right. There are things that I have been privileged to do in my life that others cannot. And I think the more that I travel and listen to people and listen from them, the clearer that becomes to me.”

Awwww, way to pander to the libs there, Robert…

Let them know you’re well aware of your male white privilege and what you’re doing to fix it.

Smart…

Hopefully some of the people who jumped from your bandwagon to Mayor Pete’s or Creepy Joe’s will realize how repentant you are and come back into your loving embrace.

But if not…

You may want to remind them all the hard work you’re doing to reform your white-cis-male ways.

“I’ve had advantages that others could not enjoy. So being aware of that and then doing everything in my power to help correct that, working with others, ratifying the Equal Rights Amendment for example so that it is beyond the shadow of a doubt that women will be treated equally in this country. Staring in the face of the legacy of slavery and segregation and Jim Crow and continued oppression in our economy and system of justice is the only way you begin the work of repair and stop visiting those injustices on the generations that follow. So, yes, we have our work cut out for us in this country. I have my work out cut for me to be a better person and ensure that I’m more mindful to the experiences that others have had different than the experiences that I’ve had.”

That’s it…

Play up to the ladies and the black voters. Smart move, Robert … very smart.

In fact, we here at FreedomWire feel so sorry for you — that our commander in chief has broken out his tiny violin to play the saddest song in the world for you!

But let’s be honest here, Bob…

You really never stood a chance.

Career Change Coming for Bob O’Rourke?

In fact, not only do you not stand a chance, by continuing in this race to be nominated by the DNC — you’re wasting money and your valuable time.

Maybe it’s time to take a tic, go home and be a full-time dad instead of the “part-time dad” you claim to be.

What’s more important to you?

Being president of the United States? Or the way your kids turn out?

It’s not a hard question…

Besides — you already know you’re not meant for this job. You even said it yourself: “I was attempting to say that I felt that my calling was in public service. No one is born to be president of the

United States of America, least of all me.”

There you have it…

Straight from the horse’s mouth.

Well, Robert…

On this, we can agree.

Go back home, dude…

Let the pros duke it out instead.

 

“Oh, yes. I knew I was weird by the time I was four. I knew I wasn’t like other boys. I knew I was more fearful. I didn’t like the rough and tumble most boys were into. I knew I was a sissy.” – Robert Crumb