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Look at Beto to Get Clear Insight Into Troubled Male Shooters

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Jennifer Kerns By Thursday, 02 June 2022 01:47 PM EDT Current | Bio | Archive

In the wake of the Uvalde, Texas school shooting last week, parents across America are asking the all-too-frequent and necessary question: why are the young men of our time killing their younger schoolmates?

What is that about?

That's a question which may be better directed to Beto O’Rourke.

When he was 15 years old, a teenage Beto authored a "murder fantasy" short story about running over children with his car, according to a Reuters investigation during the 2020 presidential election.

The fact that the former congressman and former presidential hopeful (now Texas gubernatorial candidate) once posted such vile death wishes is chilling; however, Beto’s absolutely bloodthirsty teenage writings can actually give us valuable clues about the inner thoughts of a disturbed young man.

Beto wrote in his teen story, published under his online pseudonym "Psychedelic Warrior" at the time, that he fantasized about going on a murder spree with his goal being "the termination of everything that was free and loving."

In his writing, Beto set his target as two children he would murder by running them down with his car as they crossed a street.

He described the children in his story as being "happy, happy to be free from their troubles." Then he turned even darker. "I knew, however, that this happiness and sense of freedom were much too overwhelming for them."

So, young Beto wrote that he would end their lives.

Next, he went on to describe in vivid detail how he would slam his foot onto the gas pedal to accelerate his speed as he would careen into the children, how they would surely fly up onto the hood of the car, and how they would scream in "the sharp cry of pain."

Sickly, young Beto wrote that he was "fascinated" at the tragedy, with "sweet visions" filling his head of the violent deaths which he said provided him "sweet ecstasy."

Beto called the murder of these children his "act of love" as he suggested that children didn’t deserve to be as happy, carefree and innocent as they were (after all, he wrote, he had struggled and at least "earned" his happiness).

The children apparently were too happy; they hadn’t yet discovered just how dark the real world was in which Beto was living.

Therefore, they needed to die.

While young Beto’s writings are truly shocking (he has since apologized for them, calling them "ham-handed"), they also disqualify him from holding public office — let alone serving as governor of one of the largest states in America).

They also shed light on the dark inner thoughts of a troubled teen.

An adult now, Beto took it up on himself to interrupt a press conference held by Texas state officials, including Gov. Greg Abbott, R-Texas, this week suggesting they "are doing nothing" to help.

Ironically, during these tragic times Beto himself could actually be helpful — not by grandstanding for his own personal political gain, but instead by sharing what led him to have such dark thoughts himself.

Given his published writings, Beto may hold the key to unlock the deep mystery of what causes teenage boys to have such bloodthirsty thoughts of "ecstasy" brought on by taking the lives of innocent school children.

In sharing his real-life experiences, Beto would help the state of Texas more than he ever would by being its gun-grabbing governor.

If Beto were a real patriot who wished to help his fellow man, he would share with Americans what exactly led him to devilish thoughts about gleefully slaughtering children, so that parents could learn from his experiences.

Instead, just like his Democratic Party counterparts he fails to search for real solutions, choosing instead to grandstand for clickbait and election-year political donations.

Jennifer Kerns is the author of the forthcoming book, "The Real War on Women: Time’s Up for Radical Feminism and the Democrats’ Liberal, Progressive, Socialist Agenda," and is host of the new nationally-syndicated show, ''All-American Radio with Jennifer Kerns.'' Read Jennifer Kerns' Reports — More Here.

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If Beto were a real patriot who wished to help his fellow man, he would share with Americans what exactly led him to devilish thoughts about gleefully slaughtering children, so that parents could learn from his experiences.
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Thursday, 02 June 2022 01:47 PM
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