Source: Matt Walsh

The comedic highlight of last night’s Democratic presidential debate was Robert Francis “Beto” O’Rourke’s decision to speak partially in Spanish. He says he did this in order to include everyone, but that raises more questions than it answers. If he felt that he needed to use Spanish in order to include everyone in the discussion, then why didn’t he give every answer in both English and Spanish? Instead, he broke into fits of Spanish randomly, like someone with bilingual Tourette’s, while choosing to give most answers entirely in English. For instance, his answers on climate change were only in English. Did he not want to include the Hispanic community in that dialogue? Did he not want them to know that they are all about to drown if they don’t board the ark? That seems rather cruel, if you ask me.

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