By Matt Rooney
Gropacus a/k/a Spartacus f/k/a Cory Booker (D-Twitter) is consistent in not even feigning interest in consistency, Save Jerseyans.
We’ll give him that much.
He simultaneously argued that then-Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s innocence did not matter… even after having admitted to groping a friend himself!
Now? Even as he and his fellow Democrat primary rivals continue to beat the #MeToo drum in hopes of attracting Leftist support in primary battleground states? Booker isn’t the least bit interested in discussing SERIOUS sexual assault allegations facing the Democrat Lt. Governor of Virginia. Allegations far more serious (and recent-in-time) than anything lodged against Kavanaugh during last year’s SCOTUS hearing drama.
Here’s what Booker said:
Senator Booker on the allegation against Lt. Gov Fairfax:
“I think we should be focusing on what’s right now happening with the Governor. I know you guys are going to try to focus on a lot of things right now, but right now my focus is on again calling for the Gov. to step down.
— Alan He (@alanhe) February 5, 2019
Nothing to see here, folks!
It doesn’t fit the narrative. Only liberal women accusing Republican men of evil things are interesting to Booker and Co. Anything else is an unwanted distraction.
More “consistency” from Booker: he hasn’t waded into the Katie Brennan case, either, notwithstanding the fact that the former Murphy volunteer’s credible presentation suggests SERIOUS problems in Booker’s own political backyard.
New Jersey’s media has given him a complete pass on all of these consistent inconsistencies; I’m curious to see if the national media remains this obliging during the heat of battle in Iowa and New Hampshire. Booker better hope so.