I saw a pretty funny tweet from a lefty liberal about Beto O’Rourke and how much support he has.
Check it out:
This is in Washington D.C.:
Beto O’Rourke, sure thing for D.C. Advisory Neighborhood Commission.
That made me wonder, just how much support for O’Rourke is coming from liberal states outside of Texas?
So, I jaunted over to the Open Secrets election funding website, and found this handy little map of the total donations to O’Rourke’s campaign:
Wow. $2.57 MILLION comes from just two states – California and New York.
That is more than HALF of the total money from states outside of Texas (56%).
Let’s look at Cruz’s support:
Whatever else you want to say about their out-of-state support, at least Cruz’s is more representative of the entire country instead of just TWO states.
Finally, lets compare apples to apples. Cruz has $26 million in donations from Texas, whereas Beto O’Rourke only has $9 million. Now, I’m not saying that money determines elections. It doesn’t. BUT, money is generally representative of what people want in a state. Studies of U.S. elections show that money doesn’t determine the outcome of elections [like many annoying liberals assume it does], but rather that in a district where one politician has a lot of support, he will be able to raise a lot of money.
And that is why TedNado will beat back the liberal hordes from California and New York, and keep Texas red.
Also, how come Beto got $3k from “no state”?! Sounds like campaign finance crime to me!! LOCK HIM UP!! LOCK HIM UP!!