KARMA: After Corey Booker Said Kavanaugh Should be Rejected, He Slipped Up & Admitted The Unthinkable

Senator Corey Booker made it clear last week that he would do everything in his power to stop Judge Kavanaugh’s nomination. He even got up in the middle of the hearing and walked out in protest.

In the past few days, Sen. Booker said Pres. Trump should withdraw Judge Kavanaugh’s nomination whether he is “innocent or guilty.” But the New Jersey Senator accidentally admitted ONE thing that shows him for the hypocrite he is.

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Fox News reports that Sen. Booker admitted in a 1992 column that he once “groped” a drunk girl  as a teenager, and made unwanted sexual advances.

Here’s what he wrote in the Stanford Daily in 1992:

As we fumbled upon the bed, I remember debating my next “move” as if it were a chess game. With the “Top Gun” slogan ringing in my head, I slowly reached for her breast. After having my hand pushed away once, I reached my “mark.”

Our groping ended soon and while no “relationship” ensued, a friendship did. You see, the next week in school she told me that she was drunk that night and didn’t really know what she was doing.

So let me get this straight… Corey Booker thinks Judge Kavanaugh’s nomination should be withdrawn for being accused of making unwanted sexual advances, when he himself ADMITS to making unwanted sexual advances?

Judge Kavanaugh has firmly denied the allegations, and the FBI found no corroborating evidence to support them, yet Democrats are still trying to ruin him. The Democrats, led by Corey Booker of course.

Sen. Booker didn’t mention his own troubling admission during his holier-than-thou moral protests against Kavanaugh. But now he has some explaining to do.

If Democrats are going use allegations by ONE person, 35 years after the fact, as credible evidence to reject Judge Kavanaugh’s nomination… Then maybe Corey Booker should have to answer some questions about the behavior he admitted to in this 1992 “date rape” column.

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Here is the column in question, from The Daily Stanford in May 27, 1992:

SOURCE: The Daily Stanford

From Fox News:

Fox News added that Booker “came back to the topic a few months later in 1992, penning another article that mentioned the controversial column, which he said was about ‘date rape,’ and admitted that his actions were at odds with his beliefs.”

“But by my second column, as I raised my noble pen to address the issue of date rape, I realized that the person holding it wasn’t so noble after all,” Booker wrote on Wednesday, May 27, 1992. “With this issue as with so many others, a dash of sincere introspection has revealed to me a dangerous gap — a gap between my beliefs and my actions.”