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Senator Cory Booker is a remarkable actor

Now, you can judge, but you have to concede that whatever else he is, Cory Booker is a remarkable actor. He is the Jessie Smollet of democratic politics.

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Tucker praises the acting talent of Senator Cory Booker, a man of opposites whose identity changes depending on the current situation. Highlights include:

“One of the best things about, say, a Supreme Court confirmation hearing, is that you get to see the US Senate in action, and this is new. If you’re like most people, you know that the Senate has 100 members, there are 2 from every state, and you know that they’re somehow important, they’re in the Constitution. So they wear dark suits and red ties to work, they talk about laws, every summer they fly to foreign countries and act like they’re president.”

“But do you really know these people? Who are they, really?”

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“It turns out that Cory Booker is not a product of the streets of Newark, not even close, he is in fact a blue-eyed rich kid from an all white suburb, his parents were IBM executives.”

“Now, you can judge, but you have to concede that whatever else he is, Cory Booker is a remarkable actor. He is the Jussie Smollett of democratic politics. A fraud, yes, but a deeply committed one. A man who has honed his skills, and those skills have been on full display this week as Booker has emoted all over Ketanji Jackson.”

“Now, Jackson is an oppressed member of the professional class, too. She went to Harvard and Harvard Law School.”

“Imagine if you worked at, say, CNN or MSNBC or NBC News and you had to pretend that that was an authentic scene that meant something, that it was rooted in some observable physical reality, that people who went to ivy league schools somehow are oppressed.”

“So, you wouldn’t want to acknowledge any of that, you wouldn’t want to point out that rather than ask a single actual question during the confirmation hearings, Cory Booker just slobbered all over the nominee. You wouldn’t be able to say any of that, so you’d have to figure out a way to ignore it, and our media dutifully did.”

“The problem is they are praising a sitting United States senator, a member of the judiciary committee, for asking zero questions during a confirmation hearing during which we’re choosing the next Supreme Court justice. They’re saying it is immoral, because of the way that she looks, to ask her real questions, to know what we’re getting before she takes the seat for life. “

‘Republicans boast they have not pulled a Kavanaugh. In fact, they’ve treated Jackson worse.’ “So, if you read the Post piece…you will find that the Post editorial board is aghast that Republicans asked Ketanji Jackson about kiddie porn, about the sentences she handed down, sentences that fell far beneath federal sentencing guidelines. Ketanji Brown’s explanation for her low sentences were that the guidelines were written before the internet. Now the people can amass huge amounts of kiddie porn, the guidelines are too strict. That was honestly her explanation.”

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At least 26 states are reporting that half their retail stores are completely out of baby formula

Counter-revolutionary moms in this country are undermining America’s baby formula supply.

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Tucker looks at the baby formula shortage in America. As usual, the White House knows exactly whom to blame, but as usual, has no real answers. Highlights include:

“At a press conference back on March 24 of this year, Joe Biden announced that thanks to the regime change war he’s decided to voluntarily wage in Easter Europe, our country, the United States, will soon face food shortages. Food shortages are ‘gonna be real’, Biden said. Now, the reporters in the room dutifully transcribed the words and wrote their stories, but you may have missed it. You may not have even heard this ‘cuz there weren’t a lot of followup pieces about these manmade food shortages that Joe Biden was predicting, and that’s weird if you think about it, because food shortages are inherently a big deal.”

“As of tonight, at least 26 states are reporting that half their retail stores are completely out of baby formula. That would include the states of Texas, Tennessee, Missouri and Iowa and many others. So, these are major population centers without enough food for newborns. In Memphis and Nashville, 52% of stores have no baby formula. Houston and Des Moines are reporting similar shortages. In San Antonio, a city with an unusually high percentage of families with small children, 57% of all stores in the city have no baby formula.”

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“So, you would think the Biden administration would do something about it, and they certainly could if they wanted to. They could do anything. These are the people who claim to have the power to control global weather systems, the power to bend human biology to their will, so nothing is beyond the scope of their powers. And yet in this particular case, Joe Biden is in no hurry to fix the problem. In fact, he joked about it today.”

“Okay, so Joe Biden does not read minds, but the question is, does anyone at the White House read newspapers, or watch television news? Supplies of baby formula were down at least 20% as far back as January. That was not hidden knowledge, it was public knowledge. It was out there, if you were looking.”

“’We were aware … back in February … we have had a team on this from the FDA and interagency process since then.’ Okay, so Joe Biden has been on this problem since February, so why is it still a problem? Why is it still impossible to buy baby formula in stores in San Antonio tonight? Well, the White House has an answer for that, too, and the answer is greedy mothers. They’re the problem … Counter-revolutionary moms in this country are undermining America’s baby formula supply. They’re ‘hoarding baby formula.’”

“It’s your fault, America’s moms, you and your piggish little babies, always thoughtlessly eating, eating,eating. Show some patriotic restraint and stop buying so much food for your kids, you greedy wreckers. That’s the White House position on the baby formula shortage.”

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American Taxpayers to Give $40 Billion to Ukraine

Ukraine is the most important thing! Really? If you agree with that, you should not be sitting in the United States senate as a Republican.

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Tucker questions why a majority of Republican congressmen have joined democrats in voting for more military aid for Ukraine when our own country is rapidly running out of weapons to defend itself. Highlights include:

“Ukraine is the most important thing! Really? If you agree with that, you should not be sitting in the United States senate as a Republican.”

“And yet that’s their position. Of course, it’s Lindsey Graham’s position.”

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“Let’s just take out Putin. Really? What would happen then? The country has 6,000 nuclear weapons. Would they be ‘unsecured’? You thought we had a mess on our hands when Saddam’s arsenals fell into the hands of lunatics and extremists. What would happen to those 6,000 nuclear weapons if we just ‘take out Putin’?”

“They don’t even think about it, they don’t care. They’re high on their own supply.”

“Since when are we fighting Russia? Well, since Putin stole the election from Hillary Clinton. Glad to see that Dan Crenshaw has signed up for this new campaign.”

“But you’ve got to wonder, at what cost? Not just the peril, the real peril that this could escalate into something crushing for the west, but what immediate cost to the United States and to our own ability to defend ourselves? All these people who ‘love the military,’ do they ever ask that question? Right now, Joe Biden and the US Congress have sent so much military aid to Ukraine that our country, the United States, is running out of weapons.”

“This is happening because senior leaders of the Republican party instantly bought the New York Times position on Ukraine, as they instantly bought the New York Times position on the BLM riots, as they instantly bought the position of the New York Times on the covid lockdowns. They didn’t question what they read, and the consequences, now we are short on weapons to defend our own country.”

“Now, no democrat goes against his own herd, ever. The first reaction of every democrat is always to read whatever talking points Nancy Pelosi provides. They never listen to the other side, they always go farther in one direction, and the Republican party is always led by people who join them.”

“Notice, they don’t answer. They just accuse the person asking the question of working for Putin. You’re against democracy. They don’t tell us how Ukraine is a democracy. They banned the opposition party — that’s a democracy? But, maybe there’s an answer. What is it? Stop name calling and answer the question.”

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