Beto just did it again.

He made a comment that will leave every America outraged like never before.

What he said about President Trump could be the biggest mistake he’s ever made.

Beto O’Rourke is no stranger to controversy.

He was pulled over for a DUI in the 1990s, only to apparently flee the scene.

And he also once wrote a horrifying story about running over children with a car or truck.

Beto’s even gone so far as to paint Juárez, Mexico as a role model for the rest of the United States, despite the fact that the city is riddled with crime, drugs, and murder.

Now, Beto’s taking a shot at President Trump, but what he said about the President could be his greatest mistake of all time.

Breitbart has the story, “Failed U.S. Senate candidate and 2020 contender Robert “Beto” O’Rourke on Thursday compared President Donald Trump’s remarks on foreign nationals and gang members to the rhetoric of Nazi Germany.”

First off, some clarification is needed for Beto, as well as a history lesson for the man who wants to be the leader of the free world.

The Nazis made detailed plans for the systematic murder of over 100 million people they considered “undesirables” and “subhuman” had they won World War II in Europe.

The Holocaust, which was the Nazi attempt to wipe out Jewish people across Europe, was just the beginning of their horrific plans. The Nazis weren’t planning on killing just 6 million Jewish people. They wanted to kill all Jewish people they could get their hands on, as well as tens of millions of other innocent people.

Had the Nazis won the war, the mass slaughter they had planned for the rest of Europe would have easily been the largest genocide in history.

Someone needs to tell Beto O’Rourke that politicians should stop comparing people to Nazis unless they actually are Nazis.

To compare President Trump’s desire to secure the border and enforce American immigration laws to the systematic murder of millions of innocent people at the hands of the Nazi regime in Europe is despicable.

He should know better.

But either he’s completely ignorant of history, or he simply doesn’t care and he thinks it’s easier to make a lazy comparison like this that has no basis in reality.

Regardless of his motives, it’s entirely unacceptable for a presidential candidate to be saying something like this.

“Now we would not be surprised if in the Third Reich if other human beings were described as an infestation, as a cockroach, or a pest that you would want to kill, but to do that in 2017 or ’18 in the United States of America doesn’t make sense,” said O’Rourke.

Beto owes President Trump an apology, and the people of Texas and across the United States should never forget what he just said.

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