IT BEGINS! Kamala Harris Pulls a Fast One on Primary Opponent Robert ‘Beto’ O’Rourke

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Beto just entered the 2020 Democrat Primary field and  California Sen. Kamala Harris appears to have played a dirty trick on her primary opponent Robert Francis O’Rourke.

Kamala ran runs google search ads on Beto’s Name (keywords ‘Beto’ and ‘America). What does that mean?

It means when you search for Beto, the ads that come up, link to places beneficial to is sneaky opponent!

Then, when the user clicks on those first ad links in the search, intentionally or unintentionally, they find themselves at Kamala’s own sign-up page.

But the real twist is that the sign-up page has been designed to match Beto’s black & white colors, and Kamala’s tech team moved the logo off to the side of the page.

The proof that this was intentionally doctored?

The issue isn’t running search ads against your opponents name — that’s super common and non-controversial!

But designing a new email sign-up page to mimic your opponent’s color scheme? That’s just a weeeeeee bit trickier.

Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., said Thursday that “voters will decide” if newly announced presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke will be her primary competition in a crowded field of Democrats vying for the party’s nomination in 2020.

“Oh, I think the voters will decide,” she told NBC News’ Peter Alexander in an interview on MSNBC’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports,” adding, “the more the merrier.”

Of course! Especially if you are stealing Beto’s portion of ‘the more the merrier!’

Harris went on to say that the Democratic 2020 field so far represented “an embarrassment of riches,” adding, “I think it’s going to a robust and healthy process and I’m looking forward to it.”

Most polls have Biden and Sanders vying for the top, with Beto and Kamala at a struggle for third place.

There already seems to be a Democrat for everyone in 2020, and not all of the likely candidates have declared.

But for all of their divisions over issues like late term abortion, socialism, the Green New Deal and support for Israel, Democrats are united in their opposition to President Donald Trump.

Sens. Elizabeth Warren, Kirsten Gillibrand, Kamala Harris, Cory Booker, Amy Klobuchar, and Bernie Sanders have entered the fray.

Beto O’Rourke is in.

Joe Biden is seriously considering it.

The Democratic field includes a record number of women and nonwhite candidates, a mix of high-wattage stars and lesser-known contenders who believe they can navigate a fractured field to victory.

Whoever emerges will face Trump, who has already raised more than $100 million for reelection to a second term. Recent history tells us Americans usually give their presidents another four years.

We have a long way to go, in other words. It’s silly to pretend anybody knows how this campaign is going to end, and the 2016 election should have humbled all political prognosticators. Still, the 2020 campaign has already started.

The 2020 Democratic primary will be unprecedented. The field is likely to be the largest in history.

Democrat operative Simon Rosenberg, who’s backed the winning candidate in every primary since 1988 but has no favorite this time, states:

“The era of Clinton and Obama is ending and ceding to a new set of dynamics. A new Democratic Party is being forged in front of our eyes.”

Get the popcorn!

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