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It was one of the most viral moments of Thursday, the Democratic presidential primary debate.
Beto O’rourke, whose home town of El Paso, Texas is still recovering from a horrific mass shootings last month that left 22 people dead – underscore his support for a compulsory buy-back of assault-style weapons, he said on Thursday: “hell, Yes, we take your AR-15, your AK-47. We will not allow it against our fellow citizens.”
O ‘ ROURKE ‘S’ HELL YES’ DEBATE STAGE VOWS
Now, the former Congresswoman from West Texas, whose star has waned, on the presidential-election campaign, tries to capitalize on the moment.
O’rourke campaign, which quickly took to Twitter minutes later, Fundraising away from the debate moment. Show the image of an assault-style weapon, the tweeted campaign “Beto has a ban for that.”
The O’rourke campaign touted night late Thursday that the two hours of the fundraising from the breakout moment, their best so far in the third quarter of this year. But the campaign has yet to say specifically how much campaign cash they received during these two hours.
The fundraising surge, announced the campaign comes to a good time – there are only two and a half weeks in the third quarter of fundraising. O’rourke raised $3.6 million in the April-June second quarter, less than half of his first quarter haul. And its Q3 numbers put under the microscope.
Soon after, the campaign begins with the sale of “HELL, YEAH, WE TAKE YOUR AR-15” T-shirts for $30 per piece. And they are also advertising “Beto has a prohibition for” vinyl stickers for $5 each. This line is a twist on Elizabeth Warren, “I have a plan for” motto.
Warren’s campaign has raised funds through the sale of a popular T-shirt. In the meantime, Sen. Kamala Harris has also Biden capitalized on of the most talked-about moment in the end of June, the first round of the debate-their heated exchange of words with the former Vice-President, Joe.
In this showdown, the former attorney General Biden suggested the highlighting of his decades-before the opposition to federally mandated school busing, explain what the point of the personal, she was just a member of the second class of black children in California to force bused school in an effort to repeal the racial segregation.
“The little girl I was,” Harris said directly to the former Vice-President.
Harris ‘ campaign is a quick photo of your candidate tweeted as a little girl with a note saying: “There’s a little girl in California, with buses to and from school. The little girl I was.” Hours later, they were sold to T – pieces – for $30 per shirt – with photo emblazed on the T-shirt.