Booker betrays Sessions, and not many are surprised to see such behavior coming from a staunch Democrat.
Some may attribute Booker’s betrayal of Sessions as a sign of his partisan passion. But there is something else that is weighing in for such behavior.
Cory Booker, “United.”
We are currently viewing the duplicity of Booker who not even a year ago, paid emotional tribute to Senator Sessions.
Towards the end of the years 2,000, I became conscious of the young Democratic mayor of New Jersey, our neighboring state.
Booker seemed a bit different than all other Democrats.
Last year, Booker published his book “United,” naturally talking about injustices from birth and from, you guessed it, race.
Remarkably, “united” brings to mind the globalist words most used at this beginning of the XXIst century, “together,” “zusammen (in German,)” or “ensemble (in French.)”
Senator Sessions, “The Constitution.”
Senator Sessions opening statement is his political opus, where he has detailed with as many details as possible and surgeon’s precision the execution of his job.
“You know that I revere the Constitution,” Senator Jeff Sessions.
In doing so, Senator Sessions is submitting himself to the traditional political dissection in this kind of circumstance.
“The attorney general must hold everyone, no matter how powerful, accountable. No one is above the law, and no American will be beneath its protection. No powerful special interest will cower this department.”
In fact, one of the most telling passages of the Sessions statement is:
“Over the years, you have heard me say many times that I love the Department of Justice. The office of the attorney general of the United States is not a political position and anyone who holds it must have total fidelity to the laws and the Constitution of the United States. He or she must be committed to following the law. He or she must be willing to tell the president no if he overreaches. He or she cannot be a mere rubber stamp to any idea the president has.” Bold, mine.
Cory Booker’s Special Interest: Islam
Last evening in Washington, D.C., Booker’s plus-one guest at President Obama’s final speech was the leader of a Jersey City mosque, Ahmed Shedeed.
A hint of Booker’s political position:
“The fear and intolerance we’re now seeing in America’s political conversation were a frequently discussed topic. It’s clear that these dark moments in our national dialogue are counter-productive to achieving our goals of defeating terror, fighting extremist recruitment, and improving our standing in the world.” Bold, mine.
Another excerpt telling where Cory Booker’s allegiance lies:
“(Ahmed) Shedeed is the President of the Islamic Center of Jersey City and a leader at the Al-Tawheed Islamic Center, one of the largest and oldest mosques in New Jersey.”
“…he promotes inter-religious understanding and cultivates community involvement and enrichment for the region’s Muslim community. Mr. Shedeed also serves as Honorary Deputy Mayor for Arab Affairs in Jersey City where he promotes cultural and educational programs for the Arab community and the broader Jersey City community. Mr. Shedeed also serves as a member of the FBI Newark Citizens Academy Alumni Association’s Outreach Committee, where he works to foster relations between the FBI and the community. He is a member of the New Jersey Attorney General’s Muslim Outreach Committee and serves on the Interfaith Advisory Council to the New Jersey Department of Homeland Security. “
“Mr. Shedeed, his wife, and three children are proud to call New Jersey — and America — home. I’m proud to call them my constituents.”
Booker betrays Sessions but above all, America
Special interests are one thing for the Constitution-fervent-servant Senator Sessions, who is promising to keep it to the letter regardless of any other factor.
Special interests, on the contrary, are Booker’s raison-d’être.
It is to defend those interests that he has broken with protocol to testify against the man he rendered tribute barely a year ago.
Such move displays how his priorities focus on interests foreign to American culture and above all, that show an extreme disregard for the American people.
The (R) Senator from Arkansas, Tom Cotton expressed: “I’m very disappointed that Senator Booker has chosen to start his 2020 presidential campaign by testifying against Senator Sessions,” Cotton wrote Tuesday in a Facebook post.
“This disgraceful breach of custom is especially surprising since Senator Booker just last year said he was ‘honored to have partnered with Senator Sessions’ on a resolution honoring civil-rights marchers.”
Here, Mr. Derrick Grayson’s view on accusations of racism against the beloved Senator Sessions.
Islam’s final hurdle to invade America: Senator Sessions
Sue Bell Cobb, former chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court, has endorsed Sen. Jeff Sessions in a letter to Sen. Charles Grassley, chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee.
The Montgomery Advertiser describes Cobb as “one of Alabama’s most prominent Democrats.” She served on the Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals before being elected to the Alabama Supreme Court in 2006. She resigned in 2011.
About the accusations of xenophobia: I must say it is impressive how that word has become the wrong word for patriotism, making us feel guilty for wanting to feed Americans first, for wanting Americans to be the first to have jobs to feed their families and educate their children. Who can be against that? Only traitors.
Booker betrays Sessions and to do so he cannot use the truth because it would undermine his agenda. So, we will witness a raging session of fake news.
The treasonous left can only use forbidden subterfuges to try to convince the gullible.
Hopefully, Americans will be wise enough to let their Republican majority know that they have NO choice but support President Trump’s Nominee.
Individual pressure must be devoted to the likes of Senators Graham and McCain, whose priority is as far as from their constituents as is China from our hearts.
However, if Americans succeed, then Senator Jeff Sessions will be the greatest Attorney General ever.
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