Cory Booker’s Dark Moment [VIDEO]

Cory Booker’s Dark Moment [VIDEO]

Cory Booker’s Dark Moment [VIDEO]

Much has been written about the travesty of justice and decency that were the Senate Judiciary Committee’s hearings on the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh, but in the end enough was finally enough for the committee members. In a party-line vote, the panel voted to move Kavanaugh’s nomination for a vote by the full Senate, but not without some last minute drama from Spartacus Cory Booker, who screeched that moving Kavanaugh’s nomination to a full Senate vote was somehow a dark moment in our history.

“I cannot stomach that we are going to move forward,” he said.

He concluded, before exiting, that Kavanaugh’s’ confirmation will be looked at as a “dark moment” similar to Anita Hill’s accusations against then-nominee Clarence Thomas in 1991.

Earlier in the hearing, a group of Democrats walked out of the room in protest after committee Chairman Charles Grassley (R-Iowa) scheduled a vote for the afternoon.

Dark moment. Because now that the “victim” has been heard, it’s time to make a decision, and Cory Booker seems to be nauseated by the fact that the Judiciary Committee didn’t automatically believe Christine Blasey Ford and didn’t automatically label Kavanaugh a sexual deviant, a criminal and a rapist, as they should have, because the Senate is under no obligation to afford the presumption of innocence to the accused if the accused is a conservative or was nominated by a President the left apparently hates.

You know what I can’t stomach? A drama queen preening for a spastic audience in hopes of gaining enough attention to make a presidential run at the expense of a man’s reputation and character.

A dark moment.

Moving forward after hearing from the alleged victim is now a dark moment in the world of Cory Booker. Following procedure is now a dark moment in the world of Cory Booker.

You know, I can name some dark moments of my own in this fiasco.

Remember when idiot shrews stood around in “Handmaiden” costumes during Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearing, as if somehow he’s a threat to their vaginas because he opposed forcing private religious organizations that believe abortions are a sin to pay for them under Obamacare?

That was a dark moment.

Remember when shrieking harpies were paid to disrupt Senate proceedings?

That was a dark moment.

Remember when Kamala Harris interrupted Chuck Grassley’s opening statement to demand that she and other frothing lunatics be allowed to review 42,000 pages’ of documents about Kavanaugh’s time in the Bush White House – documents they weren’t going to bother reading anyway, much like they never bothered reading anything but the executive summary of the unAffordable Care Act and then claimed we would find out what was in it after we passed it?

That was a dark moment.

And by the way, passing that travesty of a “health care” bill by paying off corrupt legisleeches? That was a dark moment too.

Remember when some frothing proglodyte sent Kavanaugh’s wife and daughters death threats?

That was a dark moment.

Remember when the grizzled gargoyle from California decided to release uncorroborated allegations against Kavanaugh just before his nomination was about to advance? Or when that dried up bag of fuck told Christine Blasey Ford exactly which howling social justice nutjob ambulance chaser she needed to hire, thereby giving up all pretense of impartiality? Or when she demanded the FBI investigate 36 year old allegations, which no one would corroborate and the details of which the alleged victim could not remember, or when she outright lied when she said that although Kavanaugh asserted he has always treated women with dignity and respect, “more and more people have come forward challenging his characterization of events and behaviors”?

That was also a dark moment.

When Julie Swetnick made repugnant accusations against Kavanaugh, the Democrats oohed and aahed at her alleged “bravery,” while studiously ignoring the fact that her claims revealed that she was an adult attending high school parties, and that she continued to attend those parties over the years even after she claims to have seen Kavanaugh and friends drug and sexually assault women and even after she was allegedly raped herself. But they sneered at Kavanaugh when he showed visible emotion at being called a gang rapist.

That was a dark moment.

When these conniving imbeciles claimed that Christine Ford was “credible,” even though her allegations were vague, contradictory, and uncorroborated, merely because she sniffed and sniveled and came across as a sympathetic figure, while ridiculing Kavanaugh’s anger and claiming he was not credible because of it, it was a mockery of everything decent, and it was a sickening display of contempt for honesty, ethical behavior, and righteousness.

That also was a dark moment, and I’m nauseated by it, Senator Booker.

When that fetid Hirono cunt told men to shut up and step up, that was a dark moment.

Not even having the decency to afford a man the presumption of innocence, all because the Democrats are hoping for a blue wave this fall so they can deny Trump his rightful Supreme Court pick, and leaving Kavanaugh’s family and his reputation in tatters based on spurious allegations? That’s an insanely dark moment.

Libelously implying that Kavanaugh is a pedophile because of unproven, uncorroborated allegations is also a dark moment, although the media has set the bar so low, that is no longer a useful standard.

But finally moving the confirmation out of committee and to a full vote by the Senate is not a dark moment in our history. It’s procedurally correct, and frankly, it’s about damn time!

So, Senator Booker – with all due respect, shut the fuck up and do your job.

Enough is enough.

Featured photo by: Win McNamee (Associated Press)

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Marta Hernandez is an immigrant, writer, editor, science fiction fan (especially military sci-fi), and a lover of freedom, her children, her husband and her pets. She loves to shoot, and range time is sacred, as is her hiking obsession, especially if we’re talking the European Alps. She is an avid caffeine and TWD addict, and wants to own otters, sloths, wallabies, koalas, and wombats when she grows up.

4 Comments
  • The evil that these leftists in Congress purvey has no bounds. They are quite capable of being Pol Pots or Abimael Guzmans should they find it politically expedient. We need to utterly defeat them.

  • GWB says:

    Libelously
    Yep. And if I were any of the folks besides Kavanaugh, himself (because idiotic higher standard for ‘public figures’), who had been accused of these horrid acts, I would sue everyone (except possibly Ford*) for slander and libel. Especially Swetnick.

  • Bill Cook says:

    It would be delicious if Trump got a third Supreme Count nominee with the retirement of a lib justice, giving the court a 4-3 margin (assuming the GOP fails to approve Justice Kavanaugh and the dems block that third pick)..

  • Brian Brandt says:

    I be Spartacus!

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