Democrat Senate Hopeful Beto O’Rourke Criminal History Deeper Than You May Think!

Article by Bryan Howard

August 29, 2018

Democrat Beto O’Rourke is running for Senator of Texas against current Republican Senator Ted Cruz. Beto O’Rourke was born and raised in El Paso Texas and his real name is Robert not Beto. He demanded everyone to call him as a nickname he gave himself Beto so he can appropriate Hispanic culture. Beto O’Rourke is not Hispanic but is of Irish heritage.

Beto has created an image of himself as a clean-cut caring individual. However, Beto is nothing but a criminal from a criminal family. Beto has had a run in with the Texas law enforcement twice in the 1990’s.

Beto Criminal History!

According to court documents obtained in 2012 by a congressional opponent, and then relayed though a campaign ad aired in El Paso, O’Rourke had been arrested in 1995 for breaking and entering, as well as attempted burglary, in which he defended in a Washington Post interview stating it was a “prank gone awry.”

Of course, a Democrat would say there is nothing wrong with stealing other people’s property and find ways to justify it as not a big deal.

O’Rourke was arrested again in 1998 for driving under the influence, in which he did not defend, and called the incident “stupid” and regretted his decision, also stating that he was

Beto O’Rourke seems to not have respect for the law nor other people’s lives by driving drunk risking every life that was on the road that night. However, Beto has a history of Partying late at night and making a drunken mockery of himself.

Another point in the video showed the then-councilman of El Paso publicly intoxicated dancing with a woman, and then being smacked while lying on the floor seemingly enjoying it. The original video has since been deleted from YouTube, but Another video shot from the night displayed O’Rourke dancing with another woman at the club. It is unknown what happened in between the two videos, nor what is also depicted in the now-deleted spanking video.

Somehow Beto O’Rourke still won the House Race in 2013 despite this evidence being presented.


Beto Family Tax Fraud History!

Unfortunately, Beto’s criminal history doesn’t start and end with him but seems to be learned from his family, in particular his mother.

Beto O’Rourke is running on a campaign demanding to raise taxes on all citizens to extreme heights that progressive socialists love. But it seems he and his family once again believe laws and rules don’t apply to them.

It is an interesting policy position given his family history of breaking tax laws while running a furniture store in El Paso.

Charlotte’s Furniture, a company that was controlled by Beto O’Rourke’s mother, Melissa, was convicted of tax fraud. On behalf of her company, she pled guilty in 2010 to making a series of cash deposits of just under $10,000 — designed to avoid IRS scrutiny. (The structuring law she violated was originally designed to help stop drug-related money laundering operations.)

Melissa O’Rourke was sentenced to pay a fine of $500,000. Suspiciously, parts of her case are sealed by the court.

Beto O’Rourke was financially connected to this criminal activity by more than just family relationship. Beto O’Rourke and Melissa co-own the shopping center where Charlotte’s Inc. resided. In 2012, Melissa gave her son what congressional records indicate was a $1 million to $5 million stake in the property.

Also, just one day before the court’s judgment, Melissa transferred the Imperial Arms Apartments from her husband’s estate to Rep. O’Rourke’s company, Imperial Arms LLC.

Beto O’Rourke has been praising his mother, who campaigns with him, but he doesn’t tell Texas voters about her business’s criminal activity. His recent statements advocating that local businesses become tax collection agents for every state in the nation stand in stark contrast to his mother’s history of tax evasion.

Melissa O’Rourke has donated over $10,000 to her son Beto O’Rourke’s campaigns.

Beto O’Rourke Father!

Beto’s Father is Judge Pat O’Rourke. And there are rumours that even his father felt he was above the law. According to a copy of The Times newspaper from Shreveport, Louisiana, dated October 20th, 1983 he instructed a cover up for the police department.

“EL PASO, Texas (AP) – A sheriff’s captain suspended for three days says he told two deputies to destroy a white powdery substance found in the county judge’s vehicle because he thought the substance was planted. Capt. Willie Hill was suspended this week after an internal investigation verified that Hill told the deputies to “get rid of” the substance they found Feb. 26 while installing a two-way radio in the car of El Paso County Judge Pat O’Rourke. Sheriff Mike Davis ordered the suspension after the investigation last week. He said he became aware of the incident in July or August but did not initiate an internal investigation until after newsmen began questioning him. The substance was flushed down a toilet in Boykin’s home before a chemical analysis could be run, said Chief Sheriff’s Detective Fred Bonilla who investigated. Bonilla said a condom half full of an “off-white colored powder with black specks” that could have been cocaine or heroin allegedly was found in the glove compartment of O’Rourke’s auto. “I have no earthly idea of how it got there,” O’Rourke said this week.”

A second Article The Baytown Sun in December of 1983 referenced Captain Willie Hill’s testimony about the destruction of the evidence:

EL PASO, Texas (AP) — A sheriff’s captain admitted to a jury that he ordered the destruction of an unknown substance found in a judge’s car because he believed it was “a setup.” Capt. Willie Hill testified in his own behalf Wednesday at his trial on charges of tampering with evidence. Prosecutors allege he “ordered the disposal of a suspicious white powdery substance found in El Paso County Judge Pat O’Rourke’s car. Jurors deliberated for nearly 2 hours Wednesday night without reaching a verdict. They were told by State District Judge Sam Callan to resume deliberations today. Hill told the jury he ordered the unknown substance [to be] destroyed because he believed it was planted to discredit a witness in a federal investigation involving the county jail. “I could see it was a setup. I could see the whole plan in my mind,” Hill said. He said one of the two deputies who discovered the substance last February was a key witness in a federal grand jury investigation into alleged inmate beatings at the El Paso County Jail in 1981. Hill said Deputy Dwight Jefferson testified against jailers, three of whom were indicted last week on charges of beating inmates, and “was very unpopular.” “I had calls telling me they were going to kill a soul brother,” Hill said, explaining that he thought people planted the substance in O’Rourke’s car because they knew Jefferson would be working on the vehicle and would find the substance. Both Hill and Jefferson are black. Hill, an [eleven]-year veteran of the sheriff’s department, was indicted in October on misdemeanor charges of official misconduct and tampering with evidence. Callan dismissed the official misconduct charge Wednesday before the case went to the jury. Jefferson and Deputy Jim Boykin have said they found the suspicious substance, which they believed to be heroin, inside a condom while they were installing a two-way radio in O’Rourke’s car. The two men said that when they told Hill of the discovery he ordered it destroyed. Hill said Wednesday he did not believe the substance was evidence in any investigation and only wanted to protect Jefferson. He said he feared Jefferson would go to jail if anyone knew of the substance and said Jefferson would be killed in jail. “He’d be dead today,” he said, Jefferson and Boykin were granted immunity from prosecution in return for testimony against Hill. Under cross-examination, prosecutor Tom Roepke asked Hill if he ordered the substance destroyed for political reasons, pointing out that Hill was a “political and personal friend” of O’Rourke. ‘ He asked Hill if his judgment was “influenced more by political considerations than by your intention to uphold the law?” Roepke also asked Hill if he would order a substance be destroyed if it were found in an automobile that had just been involved in a traffic accident. Hill answered “no” to all Roepke’s questions, telling the court that he made the decision to destroy the substance in “a matter of four or five minutes.” “I was scared to death,” he said. “I didn’t think about all these things you’re bringing up. I knew it was a trap. I didn’t want to fall into that trap.” But he added just before he left the witness stand, “If I had the time to look at it (now), I’d make an entirely different decision than this.”

Beto O’Rourke has learned to believe he is above the law and believes he is more privlaged than any normal citizen. This is why we all need to ban together and make sure Ted Cruz wins re-election for the State of Texas.

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