VIDEO: MSM reporter calls Beto press conference appearance ‘clearly staged’

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CBS News suggested Beto O’Rourke likely staged his surprise appearance at Gov. Greg Abbott’s press conference on the deadly Texas school shooting Wednesday.

Although the public was largely surprised by the Texas gubernatorial candidate interrupting Abbott while he provided updates on the mass shooting at Robb Elementary school, CBS correspondent Janet Shamlian, who was present at the conference, claimed the appearance was “clearly staged.”

The article goes on to state the following:

“Well, I did see what happened just before the press conference started. I was in the third row on the aisle, and there were two people across the aisle from me. And a moment before the press conference started, they got up from their seats when Beto walked in, so they were seat holders for him,” Shamlian recounted. “Then, he sat down. So his presence wasn’t really noticed in the 15 or 20 minutes that people were gathering inside, because he was not in the room. This seems something very clearly from Beto O’Rourke wanting to confront the governor at this moment.”


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  1. Another vile political move for votes. He evidently has zero respect for the grieving parents and loved ones. It’s all about trying to get elected.

  2. As usual they only care about tragedies , not for the victims and thier pain and loss , but for how many political.feathers they can put in thier OWN caps. No.other reason . Trump NEVER exploited people like this… He was in the trenches at the drop of a hat to SHOW he cared and comforted others.


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