April 30, 2019
America's favorite crispy cracker Beta "beatnik" O'Rourke has been running Facebook ads as part of his campaign - in Mexico.
According to the Free Beacon:
Facebook has for the past year allowed users to see, using the "info and ads" tab, where a group is targeting its sponsored posts. A screenshot of O'Rourke's page captured by the Washington Free Beacon last Friday revealed he was paying to have certain posts viewed by Facebook users in Mexico.
Among the posts O'Rourke paid to blast out to Mexican users was an invitation to his Tuesday campaign stop at the Jacobs Center in San Diego, Calif. The details are posted on the event page in both English and Spanish.
Gee; I wonder why? Considering that O'Rourke ran fairly close with Ted Cruz in what has been a traditionally Red state in the last election one must ask if this was not an attempt at vote fraud. Beatnik probably received a lot of the Mexican vote last time - and he plans on receiving a lot more of them in his Presidential bid.
Isn't there some sort of law against this?
Does anybody still believe the Democrats want secure borders, when they are running CAMPAIGN ADS in Mexico?
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