Beto O’Rourke drops F-bomb in speech after loss. Celebs push new run. Beto/Gillum 2020, anyone?

With the national media already having declared Robert Francis “Beto” O’Rourke victorious win or lose, the left-wing Democrat delivered a defiant concession speech after getting soundly beaten by Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas — and in the process showed that perhaps he wasn’t quite ready for prime-time.

Standing before a roomful of disappointed supporters and being broadcast live on MSNBC, the defeated Democrat dropped a huge F-bomb for all the world to hear.

“I want to thank this amazing campaign of people. Not a dime from a single PAC, all people, all the time, in every single part of Texas. All of you showing the country how you do this. I’m so f*cking proud of you guys!” O’Rourke said.

The crowd responded like adolescent girls respond when they see a heartthrob teen celebrity for the first time.

Democrats had their hearts set on O’Rourke defeating Cruz, with the outside hope of taking control of the Senate, but neither goal was to be.

Embraced by Hollywood liberals and other entertainment celebrities, the 46-year-old fourth-generation Irish American was immediately propped up as a candidate to run against President Donald Trump in 2020 — because Democrats apparently like backing losers. Like Hillary Clinton.

“Beto lost? That’s ok,” actress Alyssa Milano tweeted. “Now he can run for President.”

She followed that up by tweeted the hashtag, #Beto2020.

But then, why back one loser when you can back two?

Actress Busy Philipps floated a “Beto/Gillum 2020” ticket, including another liberal media darling, Andrew Gillum, who lost to Republican Ron DeSantis in the Florida governor’s race.

MSNBC anchor Chris Matthews was certainly feeling the thrill down his leg, dropping the possibility of O’Rourke running for president in 2020 within minutes of him losing to Cruz.

“I was talking to a kingmaker in the Democratic Party today who was talking about the future of Beto should he win the election today,” Matthews said. “And he couldn’t run for president right away. But now he is available to run. Is it outside the realm of possibility Beto O’Rourke coming off this near miss will run for president?”

Hollywood moonbats like actress Olivia Wilde eagerly jumped on the trend, as did other liberals:

On the other hand, of course…

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