WASHINGTON, D.C. — If you couldn’t already tell he’s trying to win over the Democrat base for 2020, Save Jerseyans, here’s more proof.
On Tuesday, Cory Booker (D-Twitter) participated in a press conference with fellow Democrat candidate-in-waiting and fake Native American Liz “Lying Bull” Warren (D-Mass.) to sling some pretty charged insults in the direction of Brett Kavanaugh, Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee to replace the retiring Anthony Kennedy.
Booker, who’s better known for quoting Eastern mystics and A. A. Milne, got downright biblical in his remarks.
“I’m here to call on folks to understand that in a moral moment, there is no neutral. In a moral moment, there is no bystanders,” Booker said. “You are either complicit in the evil, you are either contributing to the wrong, or you are fighting against it.”
“If someone shows you who they are, believe them the first time. He has shown us who he is,” he added.
Ha! Here we go again. What I’ll call “civility” hypocrisy has become Cory’s trademark as of late, folks. Despite using increasingly incendiary language against Republican and conservative opponents, the man who wrote a book titled ‘Unite‘ will also occasionally still tweet out stuff like this, suggesting he’s either (1) at war with himself or (2) completely full of crap:
I agree! And it starts with us.
If you want more kindness in the world:
be more kind.
If you want more love in the world:
be more loving.
If you want more hope in the world:
be an agent of hope in another’s life.
1 small ray of light can lead the world out of darkness. https://t.co/2PKgqk4AGn
— Cory Booker (@CoryBooker) July 2, 2018
How “kindness” and “love” gel with accusing a guy who, politics aside, seems like an objectively generous and good human being of being the devil incarnate is unknown to anyone except the ever-more radicalized Cory Booker.
But whether Booker’s crazy or unapologetically opportunistic (maybe both?) doesn’t really matter.
His behavior is unbecoming of a high officer holder regardless of causation. People like him are the reason why it’s so hard to have a conversation in this country in 2018, a point I doubt any journalist is brave enough to make despite endless essays and stories penned on Trump’s “tone.” After all, it’s “tone” that they’ve told us matters! Trump is mean, so his ability to to aid our economy, confound our enemies, and provide a little much-needed jolt to the system of our country’s political establishment are supposed to be ignored. So they say.
Keep all of this in mind the next time Booker, Warren, or any of the other members of the far-Left start demanding impeachment and punishment.