“My Hope is We Don’t Lose Sight of What This Moral Moment is About in This Country”

 

This drivel actually spewed forth from the mouth of US Senator Cory Booker. Listen below:

“He (Brett Kavanaugh) used language that shocked a lot of us”. Huh?

Listen here Mr. Booker. The language of lies and obfuscation that you and your fellow Senators use is despicable. You think we are stupid. We are not fooled by your “high horse” act.

“Let me be clear”: you and your fellow abortion supporting members of the Democrat Party will be judged by your actions.

The Supreme Court is not a “sacred institution”. But life is sacred. You are fighting the wrong battle. You would do well to dwell on this distinction.

Pray God has mercy on us.

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  1. PHCheese Member
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    This is the man that in the hearings called Kavanaugh evil. Think about a sitting Senator calling a Judge evil on national TV. Duels at sunrise should still be legal.

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  2. Front Seat Cat Member
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    Cory Booker can take a flying leap off a short pier…..

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  3. DonG Coolidge
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    Since Booker is the only documented rapist in the hearings, I am sure he would like to move onto another topic.

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  4. Fake John/Jane Galt Coolidge
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    As much as I hate to say so Booker is right. We need to set Kavanaugh aside and move on to a different canidate. It seems that the senate’s advise and consent is been a no, the canidate is not acceptable, try another, less rapey, less white, less male, canidate.

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  5. RightAngles Member
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    The sight of Cory Booker, not to mention Richard “Stolen Valor” Blumenthal, Kamala “Misconduct as Attorney General” Harris, and others sitting in judgment of a man like Brett Kavanaugh was worthy of The Onion.

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  6. Simon Templar Inactive
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    Is New Jersey that full of idiots who voted for this clown of a man and shyster? We need a better class of American voter and soon. 

    Please somebody shoot me.

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  7. John Seymour Member
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    PHCheese (View Comment):

    This is the man that in the hearings called Kavanaugh evil. Think about a sitting Senator calling a Judge evil on national TV. Duels at sunrise should still be legal.

    Booker can get T-Bone as his second.

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  8. Stad Coolidge
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    Booker may not realize it, but his statement is a tacit admission the vote is strictly political; it has nothing to do with Kavanaugh’s qualifications, or anything he may or may not have done in his youth.

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  9. George Townsend Inactive
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    Fake John/Jane Galt (View Comment):

    As much as I hate to say so Booker is right. We need to set Kavanaugh aside and move on to a different canidate. It seems that the senate’s advise and consent is been a no, the canidate is not acceptable, try another, less rapey, less white, less male, canidate.

    I find this comment less than desirable (I am trying to tamp down my feeling). By giving in like this, we would be saying that these despicable tactics, from these disgusting people, have worked. I will never do that.

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  10. Chuckles Thatcher
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    Something else @fakejohnjanegalt, on which to agree with Sen. Booker is that “this is a moral moment.”

    When he or one of his associates refers to something in the context of morality, then I know that I am hearing blatant hypocrisy .

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  11. Blondie Thatcher
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    Stad (View Comment):

    Booker may not realize it, but his statement is a tacit admission the vote is strictly political; it has nothing to do with Kavanaugh’s qualifications, or anything he may or may not have done in his youth.

    And Feinstein and that Senator from Hawaii (can’t remember her name and it isn’t worth my time to look up) have said as much, also.

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  12. Kozak Member
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    What does T Bone want.

    That’s what’s really important.

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  13. Kozak Member
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    DonG (View Comment):

    Since Booker is the only documented rapist in the hearings, I am sure he would like to move onto another topic.

    Cool. The Senate should convene a ethics investigation since High School behavior is now clearly on the table….

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  14. Kozak Member
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  15. Simon Templar Inactive
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    Booker is probably burning the midnight oil to also end the crisis of ‘prison love.’ Cannot wait to hear his comprehensive and integrated plan to end (once and for all) this plague of nonconsensual transfer of STDs within the federal prison system. Talk about your unwanted sexual advances!

    BTW: T-Bone does not support Booker in this particular matter. Conversely, T-Bone says that the 1960s are still alive and well in prison where it will always be “the summer of love.”

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  16. Vance Richards Member
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    Simon Templar (View Comment):
    Is New Jersey that full of idiots who voted for this clown of a man and shyster?

    Yes. And his election wasn’t even close.

    Stad (View Comment):

    Booker may not realize it, but his statement is a tacit admission the vote is strictly political; it has nothing to do with Kavanaugh’s qualifications, or anything he may or may not have done in his youth.

    I think everyone already knew that but it’s nice that they finally admit it.

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