It’s a cop’s nightmare… yet it’s also apparently a presidential candidate’s fantasy.

And it begs the question… when is our mainstream media going to stop being so in love with Beto O’Rourke that they’re willing to discuss the fact that he wrote a fantasy story in high school about killing children by running them over with his car?

In a recent report from Reuters, more disturbing facts are surfacing from Beto’s past. 

The former Democrat Congressman from Texas, whose birth name is Robert Francis O’Rourke, shows a very troublesome mental health past. His writings, which can still be found online today, show severe mental instability.

“One day, as I was driving home from work, I noticed two children crossing the street,” O’Rourke wrote. “They were happy, happy to be free from their troubles …This happiness was mine by right. I had earned it in my dreams.”

“As I neared the young ones, I put all my weight on my right foot, keeping the accelerator pedal on the floor until I heard the crashing of the two children on the hood, and then the sharp cry of pain from one of the two,” O’Rourke continued. “I was so fascinated for a moment, that when after I had stopped my vehicle, I just sat in a daze, sweet visions filling my head.”

One of the worst scenes that every officer in law enforcement can ever arrive upon is the violent murder of children. Handling and investigating violent murders of children are the very types of severe job stress that induce many LEO’s to be later diagnosed with post traumatic stress.

The very fact that we have a man who is running for President of the United States who so descriptively wrote about murdering children should be a story that every mainstream media outlet would report, but sadly that is not the case.

What can be even more concerning is the way that Beto wrote about the horrific fantasy murders in first person. How he describes seeing the children happy and free from their troubles, and how he viewed their happiness as his, how he “had earned it in my dreams.” Lastly, describing how he had to stop his car after killing the children because he was “so fascinated” and “sat dazed, sweet visions filling my head.”  

These aren’t the musings of a young teenage future president.

These are the evil musings of a murder. 

If we were to take a look at the mental outlook of Beto O’Rourke, just as an investigator would when assessing a crime scene, there are a series of behaviors that stand out. 

It is clear that the Democrat Presidential contender has a criminal history and the kind of dark thinking that could be extremely dangerous to America and perhaps the entire world.

Can we really trust a man who fantasizes about murdering children to be the leader and commander of the most powerful military in the world? 

Here are the signs of instability that voters should consider. 

First, O’Rourke who has Irish and Welsh ancestry, yet calls himself Beto to relate to Hispanic voters, is still not Hispanic. Yet he seems to think that changing his name from Robert to Beto will trick voters into relating through identity politics. 

Second, O’Rourke has a criminal history. In high school, he was a member of the computer hacking group in the 90’s called, Cult of the Dead Cow, using the name “Psychedelic Warlord.” O’Rourke has admitted that during his computer hacking days, he stole long distance phone service to access boards so that he wouldn’t run up long distance bills.

This is a crime in Texas that starts as a misdemeanor, but if repeated enough times turns into a felony. He also used pirated software and cracked video games. This is quite the history of online theft.

In 1995, O’Rourke was arrested when he and his friends were arrested for burglary when they broke into the University of Texas at El Paso physical plant. Later charges were dropped. It is unknown whether his father’s political influence affected that decision. 

Moving on from there, O’Rourke later received a DUI when he hit another car while driving under the influence in 1998 at 3:00 am in Anthony, Texas.

One has to ask after the way we witnessed the media’s handling of the Brett Kavanaugh hearings, where there was the most intense scrutiny into every single detail of Kavanaugh’s life, why is there a double standard being applied to a man who is running for President of the United States. 

Honestly, what is the difference?

When comparing the Supreme Court to the office of the President, are not both positions worthy of equal scrutiny, if not more for a presidential candidate? Also, the detailed writings of murdering children reflects a darkness within a person that should cause an outcry among Americans. Yet sadly, we live in a time where that is not the case.

We have to ask ourselves why. Has our society’s moral decay caused this lack of care about the mental stability of a presidential candidate? 

Or is it the mere reflection of the view of Democrat values when reflected on the value of the lives of children?

When you consider that only 17 days after Democrats voted to block the “Born Alive Bill” to provide medical care to babies who survive failed abortions, the same Democrats voted for the KITTEN Act, to save the lives of kittens from being “needlessly” euthanized after being used in research testing. The fact that Democrats voted to kill human babies and then turned around only 17 days later to fight to save kittens lives, just shows the moral fabric and view of the value of the lives of children in the eyes of the Democrats.

Given that the mainstream media is largely liberal with a heavy leaning toward Democrats, is this why they don’t care that Beto O’Rourke wrote murder fantasy stories about running down and murdering children?

The question needs to be asked because the truth matters. It is not a matter of whose truth you want to believe.  There is only one truth, and it is undeniable. 

Fantasizing about murdering children are the hallmarks of severe mental instability. Not the beginnings of an American President.