Cory Booker: Kavanaugh Should Be Replaced Whether He’s ‘Innocent or Guilty’

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Senator Cory Booker (D-Sparta) finally and openly admitted that the FBI probe into sexual assault allegations involving Brett Kavanaugh is, in his estimation, meaningless. “Ultimately, not whether he’s innocent or guilty – this is not a trial – but ultimately, have enough questions been raised that we should not move on to another candidate?” he said.

He wants Kavanaugh to pay regardless of outcome. And he’s probably not alone. It’s never been about the truth with these people.

Booker, whose loose grasp of reality can lead to ridiculous melodramatic moments in the Senate Judiciary Committee, believes President Trump needs to move on to another candidate – facts be damned.

Why? Why would we possibly need to move on to another candidate if it’s proven that he was innocent of these accusations?

Booker is a joke. Remember his imaginary friend T-Bone?

Better yet, perhaps we should ‘move on’ from Booker as a viable 2020 presidential candidate whether or not he’s innocent or guilty of groping a high school girl against her will.

We know he’s guilty, of course, but let’s just say he was wrongly accused by someone. It’s time to ditch him from any future elections and the Senate immediately for that matter. He’d have a hell of a time proclaiming his innocence, though, when he admitted in his own words that he groped a friend even “after having my hand pushed away.”

That’s the difference between Kavanaugh and Booker. Kavanaugh will almost assuredly be proven innocent of these smear tactics while Booker readily admits his own misdeeds.

Democrats don’t care whether or not Kavanaugh did these things, or anything. They simply want to stop another conservative from serving on the Supreme Court.

Who needs the Constitution when you don’t believe in due process or the presumption of innocence, as several prominent Democrats have revealed in recent days?

“He’s not entitled to those (due process and the presumption of innocence) because we’re not actually seeking to convict him or put him in jail,” Senator Kirsten Gillibrand confessed.

Coincidentally, Booker made his comments that Kavanaugh’s innocence is inconsequential on ‘International Wrongful Conviction Day,’ a fitting way to celebrate.

Booker has previously declared that anybody who supports Judge Kavanaugh is “complicit in the evil.”

And anybody who supports Booker is complicit in blind stupidity.

Rusty Weiss has been covering politics for over 15 years. His writings have appeared in the Daily Caller, Fox... More about Rusty Weiss

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