Robert O’Rourke may be a rising star for the DNC, but he may have just tipped his hand in a recent visit to the middle of America’s heartland. The media likes to tout him as “Obama Light” — but Rob may just be a socialist sheep in sheepdogs’ clothing. The proof is in the pudding.

Oh, Robert…

You don’t mind if we call you Rob instead of “Beto,” do you? It’s not like you’re actually Hispanic — and technically speaking, doing so would make you guilty of culture appropriation…

And we wouldn’t want to put that evil on you, Rob…

So, we’ll go ahead and just call you by your abbreviated name…

Rob.

So, Rob…

You almost had us fooled.

Not Conservatives, mind you, but America. You almost had America ready to believe that you were just some run-of-the-mill centrist Democrat that could even appeal to a few centrist

Republicans…

But you tipped your hand, didn’t you, Rob?

You proved that you’re not centrist…

In fact, not only did you prove that you’re NOT a centrist, you proved the opposite: that you’re a full-on socialist who only cares about grabbing and consolidating power.

So, thank you for not being dishonest and continuing the narrative of you being centrist…

Or thank you for slipping up and revealing your TRUE nature.

A Socialist in Centrists’ Clothing

You may be wondering what Rob said that proved he has a secret socialist agenda. Well … here it is, in black and white.

“If we allow farmers to earn a profit in what they grow, if we allow them to contribute their fair share in combatting climate change by growing cover crops, allowing the technologies that invest in precision tilling and farming, capturing more of that carbon out of the air is another way in which they can make a profit. Keep those farms together, pass them on to the next generation, and allow them to provide us our food and national security, our independence from the rest of the world, our ability to provide for the rest of the world.”

Apparently, Rob believes the best way to get the farmers’ vote in Iowa is to attack their livelihood.

Basically, he’s saying farmers don’t give or pay their fair share…

To Rob, their blood, sweat, tears, sacrifice and worry aren’t enough of a price to pay to supply our nation with food.

They want them to give more…

If Rob had any inclination of what it actually takes to be a farmer, maybe he wouldn’t say something as idiotic as “contributing their fair share.”

Rob…

You’re out of touch.

And what kind of language is that?

“If we allow them”?

We’ve got news for you, Rob…

This is America.

The Language of Tyranny

We know you may be confused after spending the past few years in public office — it’s not yours or the government’s place to “allow” any American to make a living in a legal industry.

Allow…

You know who “allows” people to do things?

Dictators … despots … tyrants…

Socialists and communists.

Since you’re not one of the first three, you’re definitely one of the other two…

So which is it, Rob?

Maybe if you had spent more time studying economics and history than writing sick and twisted poems or trying to play punk music, you’d have had a different perspective on what it means to use that type of tyrannical language.

Of course…

When you really think about it, socialism and communism aren’t any different than a tyrannical dictator…

Instead of being told what to do by one person, you get told what you’re allowed to do by a group of people.

So…

Maybe you are a tyrant, Rob…

A wannabe tyrant, but a tyrant-in-training nonetheless.

Glad you’re showing America this aspect of you now instead of later…

Because it may have been too late!

 

“There can be no tyrants where there are no slaves.” — Jose Rizal