Republican Rep. Dan Crenshaw has social media game and the rest in the GOP should take note in how he uses it to eviscerate the hapless left.
He is smart and funny and has a very bright future in American politics as evidenced by how Dan took on one of the Democrat’s golden heroes and just destroyed him.
The left thinks they have a chance at taking down Trump in 2020 but the cast of characters they have already lined up is sorely lacking.
They walk like lemmings, following the ultra-liberal upstarts, unaware that they are about to walk off a cliff and it is a long way down to earth.
Crenshaw for his part just handed Beto a parachute via a brutal lesson in the U.S. Constitution. From The Washington Examiner:
Rep. Dan Crenshaw, R-Texas, said 2020 Democratic hopeful Beto O’Rourke has disqualified himself from becoming president by questioning whether the Constitution was still relevant.
“Anybody who questions the validity of the Constitution — whether it works in the modern era — should never be president,” Crenshaw said in a Washington Examiner interview.
This week, O’Rourke, who has just vacated his Texas seat in the House of Representatives after an unsuccessful Senate bid, mused about the relevance of the Constitution.
“I think that’s the question of the moment: Does this still work? Can an empire like ours … still be managed by the same principles that were set down 230-plus years ago?” he asked.
Crenshaw pulled no punches against his fellow Texan, taking him to task for bringing Instagram live viewers with him to a recent dentist appointment as he got his teeth cleaned.
“If you get your teeth cleaned on Instagram live, it shows that you’re just out of touch. That doesn’t make you relatable or cool. It just makes you weird.”
O’Rourke is weighing a 2020 presidential bid for the Democratic nomination and driving through parts of America on an informal tour of the country.
He wrote in a Medium post Wednesday that he has been “stuck lately,” particularly since leaving Congress on Jan. 2 following his loss to Cruz, and is looking to “clear my head.”
“Have been stuck lately. In and out of a funk. My last day of work was January 2nd. It’s been more than twenty years since I was last not working,” O’Rourke wrote.
“Maybe if I get moving, on the road, meet people, learn about what’s going on where they live, have some adventure, go where I don’t know and I’m not known, it’ll clear my head, reset, I’ll think new thoughts, break out of the loops I’ve been stuck in.”