Failed Senate candidate Robert “Beto” O’Rourke has staked his campaign for the Democratic nomination to take on Trump in 2020 on his plan to “buy back” the more than 20 million “weapons of war” owned by Americans across the country.
The problem: He can’t seem to explain exactly how the U.S. government would compel gun owners to turn in their guns, though he promises “consequences” for folks who don’t comply.
O’Rourke stumbled over the issue at CNN’s Democratic debate Tuesday night, then made matters worse when he attempted to clarify his comments in media appearances the next morning.
At the Tuesday night debate, O’Rourke came under fire from openly gay mayor of South Bend, Indiana, Pete Buttigieg, who criticized […]
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