Cory Booker, Senator from New Jersey, has made it his 2020 Presidential strategy to destroy the reputation of Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh on mere unsubstantiated accusations of sexual abuse from 36 years ago (going back to high school). But Booker is far from pure and innocent to be setting any kind of a moral standard.
During his college tenure at Stanford University, when Booker wrote for the college paper, he was obsessed with writing about lewd and perverted subjects. Its as if he relished talking about the subject of sex and being deliberately profane. Below is an example of the type of articles he wrote from 1992 (The Stanford Daily, Volume 201, Issue 17, 26 February 1992) in which he proudly flaunts of being filthy writer.
Aside from Booker being perverted and vile in his articles, he also used it as a means of admitting potential sexual crimes, while loosely joking about it with “tit-flick” like banter. In another 1992 article (The Stanford Daily, Volume 201, Issue 12, 19 February 1992), Booker boast’s how he groped a girl as she pushed his hand away when he was 15 years old on New Years Eve in 1984.
Below is a clipping of the actual article written by Booker aptly titled “So Much For Stealing Second.”
So where is the outcry for this admitted sex crime? Where are the calls for an FBI investigation; much like Booker insisted for Brett Kavanaugh during his Supreme Court confirmation hearing? Where is all the fake #MeToo pomp?
It seems, in the day and age of politicizing rape (#MeToo), that accusations seem to carry more weight than an actual admission of sexual assault? Or is the party of Bill Clinton, Anthony Weiner, Al Franken and Harvey Weinstein now trying carry the mantle of Women strife? This would be comical if it wasn’t so inherently dangerous.
Cory Booker, who has his over-achieving sights on a 2020 Presidential bid, should automatically disqualified from running because of this sex crime admission, for Booker has come out publicly and said that Kavanaugh should be thrown out as a SCOTUS pick on mere accusations; whether guilty or not. Since Booker has become the moral authority of the Democrats, why doesn’t he do the RIGHT THING and step down now as Senator and live up to the standard his so willing to throw on other people? Or is Cory Booker like all Democrats; all talk, no action?