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Beto O’Rourke Compares Illegal Immigrants to Slaves Held in ‘Modern-Day Bondage’

At this point it seems, Beto O’Rourke is simply a caricature of his own absurdly liberal self, trying to outdo each previous insane comment with another more certifiable effort.

Whether he’s flailing his hands wildly as he calls the Israeli Prime Minister a racist, or he spits out wild comparisons of fighting global warming to World War II, Beto has consistently opened up his mouth only to reveal some extremely low-IQ thoughts.

In other words, he’s the male version of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

That trend continued this weekend when the Democrat claimed today’s illegal immigrants are essentially living in slavery, victims of “modern-day bondage.”

“[With] Immigration, millions [are] living in the shadows, working some of the toughest jobs, lucky to make a minimum wage. Some not even making that,” Beto said. “Kept in modern-day bondage, their immigration status used as leverage to keep them down from fully participating in this country’s success.”

O’Rourke made the comments during a speech to the Service Employees International Union.

Beto’s Greatest Hits

While Beto was all the rage just a month or so ago, he has seen a significant drop in interest in the latest polls.

Many have compared him to South Bend, Indiana, mayor Pete Buttigieg, who seems to be replacing his presence in the primary battle by being more articulate about his own extreme positions. Buttigieg essentially has found a way to tone down the crazy.

O’Rourke meanwhile, regurgitates what he thinks the far-left wants to hear in an attempt to stand out. As a result, he sounds like a more oafish version of Bill de Blasio. He’s a super-white Gen X-er who plays the race card at every opportunity.

Aside from claiming illegals are modern-day slaves, he has voiced support for reparations.

“Yes. Civil rights are not just those victories that I began with at the outset of my comments, but the injustices that have been visited and continue to be visited on people,” he said. “We will never get the change that we need to live up to the promise of this country. So absolutely, I would sign that into law.”

O’Rourke has likened the Trump administration, based largely on his pro-legal immigration policies, to the Third Reich.

“I might expect someone to describe another human being as an infestation in the Third Reich,” added Beto. “I would not expect that in the United States of America.”

How bad is it that your comments are so ridiculous on a perpetual basis that even the far-left is starting to abandon ship?