Looks like Cory Booker is following in Auntie Maxine’s footsteps. Or maybe it’s some sort of competition for Democrats in Congress called, “Are you crazier than Maxine Waters?”
Booker (D-NJ) continued the incendiary rhetoric coming from prominent Democrats, telling his supporters that they need to “get up in the face” of some members of Congress.
“Please don’t just come here today and then go home,” Booker told supporters at the National Conference on Ending Homelessness. “Go to the Hill today. Get up and, please, get up in the face of some congresspeople.”
James Hodgkinson probably had similar thoughts at one point in time.
Democrat Senator Cory Booker (NJ) encouraged activists on Wednesday to engage in physical confrontation with politicians, telling them to “get up in the face of some congresspeople.” pic.twitter.com/GfGzusxTJ5
— Ryan Saavedra ???????? (@RealSaavedra) July 26, 2018
Booker one-upping Waters is just the latest instance of what appears to an epidemic to outdo in craziness among the Democrats.
Cynthia Nixon has been yanking New York Governor Andrew Cuomo to the Left and now he’s mumbling about President Trump being on a “jihad.”
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez ousted a longtime staple of the party and presumed heir to Nancy Pelosi, and he’s now mumbling about reparations for illegal immigrants.
Now, you’ve got people like Maxine Waters screeching about taking to the streets to call for Trump’s head and Booker encouraging them to “get up in the face” of Republicans.
As for Cory, he’s been on a bit of a roll lately, having recently labeled anybody who supports Judge Kavanaugh for the Supreme Court, “complicit in evil.”
This is really quite alarming rhetoric.
Just a few weeks in and it’s already startlingly clear that Senate Democrats will not challenge Kavanaugh on substance (because they won’t land a blow) so they’ll stick to Armageddon-style rhetoric.https://t.co/8cv50x2jhp
— Senator Hatch Office (@senorrinhatch) July 25, 2018
It wasn’t always this way for T-Bone’s friend.
Before Maxine’s calls for harassing the political opposition, Booker used to be a man of love.
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
We need to teach President Trump about love.
Love doesn’t build walls, it tears them down. Love means preventing a #TrumpShutdown, while protecting our young American #Dreamers. That’s the power of love. pic.twitter.com/djjzdDDAFX
— Cory Booker (@CoryBooker) January 20, 2018
In fact, he was so filled with love that he truly embraced his feminine side by “loving” a “no tampon tax” and celebrating his “reproductive freedom.”
Love this pic.twitter.com/29mnPyc83a
— Cory Booker (@CoryBooker) December 24, 2017
When do you think Democrats will actually start embracing the concept of civility and love rather than getting their supporters all riled up about “evil” Republicans?
Before it’s too late, one hopes.
Cross-posted with the Mental Recession