Pancho Beto wants to force banks and credit card companies to stop enabling the sale of “weapons of war”

Fortunately this guy has no shot of becoming our president.

Pancho Beto was on a tweet storm yesterday:

“Credit cards have enabled many of America’s mass shootings in the last decade—and with Washington unwilling to act, they need to cut off the sales of weapons of war today.”

“Banks and credit card companies must: Refuse to take part in the sale of assault weapons. Stop processing transactions for gun sales online & at gun shows without background checks. Stop doing business with gun & ammo manufacturers who produce or sell assault weapons.

“If enough of us make our voices heard now, we will force banks and credit card companies to act. Add your name to this petition we’re sending Visa, Mastercard, and the big banks”

And these people call President Trump the fascist.

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Alma
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Who the hell is Pancho Beto to come up with that stupidity, no doubt Pancho Beto is a bubblehead. This a@@hole is stupid to the core, now wants to control credit card sales on weapons, if that doesn’t spell COMMUNISM what comes next? Betcha forcing banks and credit card companies is not going to set good, they’ll feel the pain when people start PAYING CASH. Pancho go home and grease your skateboard, you are not grown up yet.

molly
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molly

Laughing about the fake shooting:

https://153news.net/watch_video.php?v=YAB91WK11X48

William
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William

Laughing? The MSM said he was “choking back tears”, and they wouldn’t lie about something so serious. No ma’am. As I said in another comment, BetaBoy must have attended the “Robbie Parker” School of Acting

Dan
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Dan

DCG, they look more like sheep than goats. But, for those young men to dress up as sheep with the suggestion they’re yukking it up as objects of barnyard bestiality or its political equivalent is bad enough. Venezuela is what Beto and the other Dem candidates promise is the Promised Land. In India years back, too, their sort of moralizing Gnostic reconstructed that economy causing the bottomless evil of mass disease and starvation killing millions, all sanctioned by the msm on the altar of good intentions. I don’t think narcissists like Beto or Sister Mary Buttigieg, however, actually care about… Read more »

Kevin Lankford
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Kevin Lankford

“Assault weapons” are what governments use against free citizens.

kjf
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kjf

From yesterdays 3 hour gabathon

–Beto O’Rourke: “We’re going to take your AR-15, your AK-47. We’re not going to allow it to be used against our fellow Americans anymore.

But no one talked about the debt..

https://t.co/nTr6ocWIIe

maga?? More like mas(laves)a

William
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William

Why would they talk about it? It’s unpayable. Debt service (interest) alone is hundreds of billions of dollars a year. So the government pays its bills with monopoly money, worth nothing. The last real money we had were the silver certificates issued during the Kennedy administration. That didn’t end well. And it all began with the federal reserve banks assuming control of monetary policy c. 1913. That’s the real source of (((their))) power and influence. For comparison, during President Nixon’s second term the federal budget deficit was 12 billion dollars and it was a source of concern. Now it’s a… Read more »

kjf
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kjf

Your last sentence may wake ppl, well it didn’t in 63 so maybe not. Feder was a geninus, too bad no one reads him.

William
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William

No one reads, anything. Well, self-improvement books, trash novels, porn, other fluff. Nothing of significance. It’s amazing to me how many people have never read a book. They’ll see a thick book I’m reading and say, how do you do that? Well, one page at a time. Try it, it’s really not hard

MarkyMark
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MarkyMark

Gold and silver can be debauched and debased too; only the METHODOLOGY is different. There’s an example from history that shows us this; I’m talking about Ancient Rome, the empire to whom we’re often compared. Back in Roman times, copper was a precious metal. The Romans’ money was the As, which was made of copper. After doing many of the same things we’ve been doing, the Romans were hard pressed to pay for it all. What to do? They reduced the copper content of the As by half, thus doubling the money supply overnight. If we still used gold and… Read more »

William
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William

Gold and silver only have “intrinsic” value due to scarcity, and consensus. They don’t really represent real wealth because, after all, you can’t eat them. But money doesn’t have value in and of itself, it only holds the place of value and allows it to be easily transferred. A great concept really. But it has to be redeemable for some commodity of value. And come to think of it, we routinely redeem, or exchange, worthless paper, and more often numbers, for valuable commodities like food and energy. Since the currency isn’t backed by anything at all, it is faith-based. I… Read more »

MarkyMark
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MarkyMark

I understand all that. You missed my point though. The gold bugs always like to say that gold and silver are ‘honest’ money; they say that gold and silver can’t be debased; and they say it’s so because of their scarcity. This is NOT so! Even if we had gold and silver coins; even if we had so-called ‘honest money’; that ‘honest money’ can still be debased. Only the METHOD is different! Rather than printing more paper money, just reduce the gold and silver content of the coins; either that, or reduce the gold and silver backing the paper money;… Read more »

William
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William

Or just return to barter and/or a handshake. Until the Civil War most Americans lived outside of the cash economy. That was for (((speculators))). We did it once, we can do it again. When the debt bubble bursts, and it will eventually, we may have to

MarkyMark
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MarkyMark

Money, as a means of exchange, has been around since ancient times because barter is unwieldy. Plus, what if you or the other party don’t have things to exchange? My only point was that the monetary system is only as good and honest as those administering it. I don’t want to be here when the debt bubble pops. Not only do we have the fiscal operating debt (the 18-20 trillion); we have the unfunded liabilities of Social Security, Medicare, etc. Depending on whose numbers you use, you’re talking $100-$200 TRILLION! There’s no way that can ever be paid. The only… Read more »

William
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William

I’m down with a jubilee. Let’s do it

Steven Broiles
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This is what they tried on Alex Jones and Infowars, and, legally it constitutes racketeering.

BTW, “Master Beto” was once charged with fleeing the scene of an accident in which he failed a breathilizer test.

MarkyMark
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MarkyMark

How could Beta Boy have fled the scene if he were given a breathalyzer test? Doesn’t the fact that the breath test was administered mean that there were police present? Doesn’t that also mean he was out of the car? If all the above is true, how did Beta Boy flee?

Mad Celt
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Mad Celt

Old Pancho can eat corn through a picket fence.

kjf
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kjf

Or corn in sh!t

Dave
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Stop processing transactions for gun sales online & at gun shows without background checks.

There is no such thing as a gun show that doesn’t have a background check.

The gun-grabbing comrade fake Mexican is a damned liar.

kjf
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kjf

His base does not care

William
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William

They don’t but it begs the question, who or what constitutes his base? Jose and his beeg family looking for free chit? Not long ago Chris Matthews said the Francis was “in the thick of the presidential race”. So he must have a base. Then again it depends on what your definition of “in the thick of” is