In case you had not heard the news, the agony of watching Cory Booker campaign for president is over. He falls in the category of manchildren, along with Beto O’Rourke, who were never suited to the presidency, something Democrat voters perceived. And because expectations for both were so high, and they did so poorly, they likely will never run for president again. At least Booker
The Washington Post has an interesting piece today about how Cory Booker became close friends with a Hasidic rabbi during the early 1990s while he was Booker was studying at Oxford. Booker, while remaining a Christian, became co-president of a Jewish group on campus. The two had a close friendship for two decades until falling out over the last few years. From the piece: The
There doesn’t seem to be any filter between Democrats’ brains and mouths these days, the latter far larger than the smaller. It’s just, hey, whatever crazy idea pops into our head, whatever it costs let’s do it! Or, you know, you lack imagination. You lack dreams. They seem to have abandoned any notion of common sense and believe Americans will fall for it. They’re making
UPDATE: Since posting this, I learned that Booker spent many years living in a low-income neighborhood. So I give him credit for that. Maybe I was a little too snarky here. Few politicians do things like that. Booker still strikes me as a poser. But he did apparently walk the walk, risking his life in doing so. ******* “Wassup!?” It’s Cory Booker, speaking to some
That’s the only reason I can think of at this point for him to have to go. Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J., Thursday during the Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court hearing proclaimed that he was in the midst of an “I am Spartacus moment” and offered to fall on his sword and suffer the consequences, including possibly expulsion from the Senate, over the principle of releasing documents
Democrats, led by Sens. Cory Booker and Kamala Harris, who are going to run for the Democratic nomination for president, were joined by protestors in staging major interruptions to the start of the Judiciary Committee hearing on the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh for the Supreme Court. Felt sorry for Kavanaugh’s daughters, must have been traumatic, even though I’m sure people tried to prepare them for
Great work here by the Washington Free Beacon. The reason there are two Cory Bookers is that there is no Cory Booker. He’s a phony. I can’t wait to see him on the campaign trail in 2020 running for president because, to be honest, I love hating phonies.
New Jersey Democratic Sen. Cory Booker compared Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen to a Nazi, saying she lied to protect Donald Trump and in doing so was like Nazis who defended themselves by claiming they were just doing their jobs. Booker made the accusation during an appearance this week on “The Breakfast Club,” a syndicated radio show. He said Nielsen was lying during