Potential Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Cory Booker publicly slammed the United States’ social mobility during an interview this week; saying the US was no longer the “top country” should you hope to escape poverty.
Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) says that the U.S. is not “the top country” to be born into today during an interview on “Pitchfork Economics” pic.twitter.com/1yUDZx9evq
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“Now, if you’re going to be born on the planet earth, the United States of America -if you’re looking to get out of poverty- is not going to be the top country if you’re going to be born poor to get out,” said Booker.
“That’s actually an assault on the very idea of the American Dream. We need to be the party of reclaiming the Dream,” he added.
Listen to Sen. Booker’s comments above.
BOOKER BASHES USA: Cory Says ‘Things Are SAVAGELY WRONG’ in America
Hyper-liberal senator and potential 2020 candidate Cory Booker publicly trashed the United States this week, saying “things are savagely wrong” in America and called on people to “reject the normalcy of injustice.”
Booker was speaking in New Orleans at the Netroots Nation Conference when he viciously slammed the USA; saying the United States has “broken his heart.”
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“We say an oath that we are a nation of liberty and justice for all, but that’s just words… How are we living our civic gospel that demands for us to reject the normalcy of injustice?” asked Booker.
“I’m a big believer that if this country hasn’t broken your heart then you don’t love her enough. There are things that are savagely wrong in this country,” he added.
BOOKER GOES BERSERK: Cory Says Kavanaugh Supporters ‘COMPLICIT IN EVIL’
Hyper-liberal Senator Cory Booker exploded on those supporting the President’s pick to join the Supreme Court Tuesday; saying those in favor of confirming Brett Kavanaugh are “complicit in evil.”
Booker was speaking alongside fellow Democrats -including Sen. Elizabeth Warren- when he viciously smeared those behind Kavanaugh’s nomination; adding the United States was in a “moral moment.”
“There’s so much at stake here, this has nothing to do with politics, it has to do with who we are as moral leaders… In a moral moment there is no neutral. In a moral moment there are no bystanders. You’re either complicit in evil […] or you’re fighting against it,” said the Senator.
“There’s a saying in the Abrahamic faiths one of the Psalms that says ‘Yea though we walk through the valley of the shadow of death.’ We are walking through the valley of the shadow of death. But that doesn’t say ‘Though I sit in the valley of the shadow of death,’ it doesn’t say, ‘I’m watching on the sidelines of the valley of the shadow of death, it says, ‘I am walking through the valley of the shadow of death,’” he added.