Beto O’Rourke Challenged By Columbine Survivor At Colorado Rally
Presidential Candidate Beto O'Rourke was in Aurora holding a rally and talking gun control, when Evan Todd, survivor of the Columbine High School shooting spoke up. He challenged the presidential candidate to propose a ban on all semiautomatic weapons.
O'Rourke liked the idea and responded saying he was open to broadening the gun buyback program.
Lauren Boebert said she dove three hours to confront O'Rourke and tell him "hell no" he won't take her guns.
O'Rourke is from El Paso, Texas where a crazy person killed 22 people at a Walmart. Since that shooting O'Rourke turned his deep mourning into righteous anger. He's since called for a mandatory gun buyback program for semiautomatic weapons. Even going so far as to scramble the democrats message on guns by saying (on stage at the democrat debate) "Hell, yes, we’re going to take your AR-15, and your AK-47."
Last night (Thursday) in Aurora he doubled down on his anti-gun message.
"This moment, which will define us forever, which will decide so much — not just for those who are alive today, but every generation that follows — calls upon every single one of us to decide that things don’t just happen to us."
Beto O'Rourke is currently 6th place in the race for president according to Real Clear Politics.