Cory Booker has established himself as one of the most unhinged Democrats in Washington. Some people out there think he’s going to run for 2020. That would be a disaster for the left. Recently, Booker reminded us all that he has no business being president. Heck, you can make an argument he has no business being a senator. Check out the way he thinks it’s OK to act during a Senate hearing…
From Fox News:
Republicans are slamming Democratic Sen. Cory Booker for “mansplaining” to Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen in a sharp and one-sided exchange Wednesday before a Senate committee.
The New Jersey lawmaker blasted Nielsen’s “silence and amnesia” after failing to get the response he sought on her recollection of statements President Trump made in a meeting last week. Booker’s hostile tone prompted Republican National Committee Rapid Response Director Michael Ahrens to invoke the millennial term for males talking down to women.
“Picture it,” Ahrens said in a news release. “A male Republican senator spends his entire 10 minutes ‘mansplaining’ the female DHS secretary about immigration policy, throws around the term ‘conscientious stupidity,’ yells at her the only time she tries to speak, and concludes his diatribe without even asking her to respond.”
What a guy.
Can you imagine if he was a Republican talking to a woman like that?
The world would stop turning.
But, he’s a Democrat so everyone thinks it’s great.
James Woods had something to say to Booker on Twitter and it was a home run as usual.
He wasn’t done.
Anddd he kept going…
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) January 17, 2018
Alright, one more…
Another epic Twitter performance from James Woods in the books.
Cory Booker acted like a child the other day. There’s no way around it. He’s mad Trump is president and he took it out on Kirstjen Nielsen.
As mentioned above, there are actually people on the left who think Cory could win a presidential election.
The leadership PAC of former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley commissioned a Public Policy Polling survey of the first-in-the-nation caucus state earlier this month, according to a copy of the results obtained by POLITICO.
The poll, which shows O’Malley at 18 percent of Democratic caucus-goers in a field of nine potential candidates if the contest were held today, also asked the Iowans about New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker; former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Julián Castro; New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo; Sens. Kirsten Gillibrand of New York, Kamala Harris of California and Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota; Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg; and Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz. “Not sure” got 32 percent of the vote.
O’Malley — who ran against Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders for the 2016 nomination before dropping out on caucus night after earning less than 1 percent of the vote — was joined at the top of the poll by Booker, who was at 17 percent. Klobuchar, who represents a neighboring state and who’s been a frequent visitor to Iowa over the years, got 11 percent. All other candidates were under 10 percent.
Do you really think that people in flyover country would be impressed with Booker?
Not a chance.
H/T Gateway Pundit
[Note: This post was written by Andrew Mark Miller]