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Senator Twitter Cory Booker Launches his “Home Town ” Kick off

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Ridgewood NJ, Senator Cory Booker a Ridgewood favorite , launched his run for president ,in what the Booker promo machine called a “Hometown Kickoff “in Newark New Jersey . The only problem is that Cory Booker is not from Newark, but from the upper class enclave of Harrington Park . The Booker rein as Newark Mayor’s crowning achievement was the defeat of the Sharpe James political machine by beating James chosen successor Ronald Rice in a hotly contested election.

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Booker Watch: NJGOP Launches Tool To Help NJ Voters Track Booker’s Out Of State Travel

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Trenton NJ,  The NJGOP has launched a tool to help New Jersey voters track Senator Cory Booker’s out of state, Presidential campaign travel.

Updates on the locations he has visited outside of his duties as New Jersey’s representative in the United Senate can be found at https://www.njgop.org/where-in-the-world-is-cory-booker/ and on Twitter by following the handle @NJGOP.

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Booker is In

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Newark NJ, well its official Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) announced today that he is running for president in 2020.

The New Jersey Democrat is known primary for his antics during the Supreme Court nomination hearing ­bizarrely claiming “this is the closest I’ll get to an ‘I am Spartacus’ moment.”

Senator Booker ,often referred to as Senator Twitter and former Newark, N.J., mayor made the announcement on the first day of Black History Month. 

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Michigan Man Charged With Leaving Threatening Voicemail for Senator Cory Booker

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Camden NJ, A man accused of leaving a threatening voicemail for US Senator Cory Booker of New Jersey would face up to five years in prison and a fine of up to $250,000 if convicted. Ricky Lynn Simmons was charged with one count of interstate communication with threat to injure, according to an indictment unsealed January 14 in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Authorities said Simmons called Booker’s office in Camden County on October 26, left a message threatening to put a gun in the senator’s face and used racial slurs. In October, Booker was one of several Democratic figures mailed packages containing an improvised explosive device. The package addressed to Booker’s Camden office was intercepted at a South Florida mail-sorting facility. A Florida man was charged.

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Weinberg Advances the “Spartacus Bill”

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Trenton NJ, In 2015 Senator Loretta Weinberg introduced S-3125, legislation that would force Governor Christie to resign before he ran for President.

Yesterday, Democrats went in the other direction, passing S3106/A4674 on partisan lines, which would pave the way for Cory Booker to simultaneously run for President and United States Senate.
NJGOP Chairman Doug Steinhardt offered the following comment:

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New Jersey Senator, Cory Booker, accused of sexual assault by a man

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Ridgewood NJ, New Jersey Senator, Cory Booker, accused of sexual assault by a man . Saturday an anonymous Twitter handle known as deep throat ( https://twitter.com/TheeDeepThroat ) published a very unsettling and detailed account of an alleged interaction that took place in a bathroom years ago between him and New Jersey Senator, Cory Booker.

In the allegation the man claimed he complimented Senator Booker ,who allegedly followed him into the bathroom, aggressively approaching him for oral sex in a stall. The man declined and escaped.

The following is the allegations as published on twitter :
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Eee4aFavPGM3KVk5Wi9qQzveyeF8Yre6/view

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Reader says time for Cory Booker to Go

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When is Cory Booker going to be taken down? He wants to be known as the former Mayor of Newark, but he really is from the silver spoon community of Harrington Park. He claims to have lived on Hawthorne Avenue in Newark during his tenure in office, but I would be he couldn’t find it on a map. Much less have the intestinal fortitude to get out of the chauffeur driven limousine to enter the home on a regular basis. Pay interns? Surely you gest. Chuck Schumer doesn’t let any cash flow from his nicotine stained fingers.

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FACT CHECK: Cory Booker Is Neither a ‘Truth-Teller’ Nor a ‘Determined Purveyor of The Truth’

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New Jersey senator tells SXSW that he is on front-lines in fight with fake news

BY: Brent Scher Follow @brentscher
March 11, 2017 5:00 am

New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker (D.) described himself in a Friday interview at South By Southwest as a “determined purveyor of the truth,” but a Washington Free Beacon analysis finds that Booker has a long history of getting caught straying from reality.

Booker, who was introduced by his interviewer as “the incredible Cory Booker,” gave a speech to the crowd at the annual Austin tech conference, which will also hear from former Vice President Joe Biden over the weekend. His comment about being a “truth-teller,” however, came during an interview for Facebook Live, which can be viewed below.

http://freebeacon.com/politics/fact-check-cory-is-neither-a-truth-teller-or-a-determined-purveyor-of-the-truth/

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CORY BOOKER CONDEMNED DAVID FRIEDMAN WHILE GIVING IRAN A PASS

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FEBRUARY 20, 2017 21:5

There is a growing evolution in Cory’s position on Israel which is becoming more aligned with the left wing of the Democratic party.

The hearing for American ambassador-designate to Israel David Friedman at the Senate Foreign Relations Committee last week was intense. The Democratic senators came after him hard, quoting every controversial thing he’s ever said. Mind you, they couldn’t seem to find one controversial thing he’s ever done. Because no one disputes that David is an upstanding, decent man who has had caused little to no controversy. But they called him out on harsh statements he made about those he felt were not sympathetic to Israel.

But of particular note was how harshly he was treated by my friend, Senator Cory Booker, who told David over and over again that although these were just words, words matter.

http://www.jpost.com/Opinion/No-Holds-Barred-Cory-Booker-condemned-David-Friedman-while-giving-Iran-a-pass-482121

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Cory Booker kicks off his 2020 presidential run by disqualifying himself at the Sessions confirmation hearing

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Let’s dispense with the obvious — while it’s far too early for political prognostication surrounding the 2020 presidential campaign, it doesn’t take too much effort to see that the Democrats have very little in the way of worthy candidates for nomination.

For this, they can thank Barack Obama and his eight years of hollowing out that party by relying on vicious identity politics and Hard Left cultural aggression to pile up near-unanimous votes in urban areas dominated by racial and ethnic minorities and “lifestyle liberals” at the expense of “normal” Americans in suburbs and small towns. Consequently, state legislatures are becoming more and more uniformly Republican and governor’s mansions are already there. The only path to national relevance for Democrat politicians is becoming the mayor’s office in larger cities Dems dominate.

Which is where Cory Booker, who appears to be the preener-in-chief among the rag-tag roster of 2020 Democrat presidential hopefuls, came from.

What Booker proves is it’s not important whether a Democrat is actually successful as a mayor on his or her ascent up the political totem pole — Booker, as mayor of Newark, couldn’t be considered a success by any rational measure. He rode some of the economic effects of an economic boom in New York City to an uneven construction boom in the city’s downtown and he managed to buy a couple of corporate headquarters away from other New Jersey cities with taxpayer dollars redistributed from what was left of Newark’s middle class. But in Booker’s time as mayor Newark went from 67 murders in 2008, a decline from 105 in 2006, to 112 killings in 2013, the year after he left office. Booker never presided over an unemployment rate in the single digits. And he laid off 163 policemen amid budget deficits his mismanagement produced.

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