Booker: Failing Even After He’s Gone

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog

Facebook Newark SchoolsIf you thought a serious spike in violent crime, rampant government corruption and chronic absenteeism (which didn’t help situations #1 and #2) were the only hallmarks of the Cory Booker (D-Twitter) era in Newark, Save Jerseyans, then you’re missing a big part of the story.

There’s a reason why Newarkers went to the polls yesterday and voted for a far-left radical like Ras Baraka.

Remember the Mark Zuckerberg Facebook grant? The one that was supposed to save the Brick City’s school? The New Yorker reported on Tuesday that, during the last three full years of Mayor Twitter’s tenure at the helm of New Jersey’s largest city, “more than twenty million dollars of Zuckerberg’s gift and matching donations went to consulting firms with various specialties: public relations, human resources, communications, data analysis, [and] teacher evaluation.” 

I’d laugh, Save Jerseyans, but one again, the joke that is Cory Booker is at our children’s expense. There’s nothing funny about an unnecessary, expensive, grossly inequitable failure that could’ve been avoided with a little less time on Twitter and a lot more time leading. 

 

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44 thoughts on “Booker: Failing Even After He’s Gone

  1. We really have to ask, Why is Cory Booker so popular? He seems to be alot of “cover” and no
    “book”.

  2. If the State REPEATS that mistake, everyone suffers for six years…it’s almost like we all broke a mirror.

    It will come down to who can take it away from him…We’re working on it. NOT BOOKER is an acceptable result, but, if it ain’t our guy, you guys had better get your act together. Every time one of your candidates derides another, you load Booker’s gun.

    Pay careful attention to program and substance in the coming months – being a better choice is the only way you beat Booker…not by simply saying “I’m not Booker”. Ask Steve how well that worked. Here in CD3, a Philodendron would have done well against C/B. Be more.

    1.5 million other voters have to have a reason.

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