A video from 2004 has revealed that Beto O’Rourke is part of a strange subculture called known as “furries”:
So what is a furry exactly? Well according to the ever-reliable dictionary.net, “The term "furry" is used to describe people who like to dress up in animal costumes. Furries pretend to be anthropomorphic animals with human characteristics, more likely as a cartoon version of animals rather than a real animal. This enthusiasm and the community is referred to as "furry fandom". Around a quarter of a million people in the US identify themselves as ‘furries.’”
I have learned through my research (Reddit) that furries frequently meet at conventions in hotels so they can have sex with each other while wearing costumes -- often as part of mass orgies. Like former candidates for president whose memberships in the secret society Skull and Bones raised questions regarding loyalty and secrecy, Beto’s history of furryism could be a sign that his candidacy is part of a vast globalist conspiracy perpetrated by members of the furry Illuminati who seek a new world order in which the values and culture of the furries gains supremacy at the expense of democratic values and the liberty of all uncostumed people.
During his CNN presidential town hall, Beto attempted to pivot away from his furry fandom towards a discussion regarding policy, but concerned voters on Twitter made it clear that his involvement in the strange furry subculture is a major character issue that could be disqualifying if not properly addressed:
Beto is a furry pic.twitter.com/o7SuM6dtrl— Beto O'Rourke (2020Dems PARODY) (@beto_2020dems) May 22, 2019
This is what a furry on opioids looks like. pic.twitter.com/akJjMOnt4q— Tim Williams 🖌 (@TGWDFW) May 22, 2019
Beto is a furry pic.twitter.com/pd6a8jPfiN— Augustus Caesar (@Caesar63BC) May 22, 2019
Beto is a furry.
And that should worry us all.
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