FAIL: Cory Booker Tries and Fails to Get This Trump Appointed Judge to Misspeak

Do you remember last year when Cory Booker tried to disqualify a federal judge because of their religious beliefs? Every lawyer in the country was up in arms about it. The mainstream Democrats didn’t care because they don’t actually believe in religious liberty, but everyone who understands this was ready to have his resignation.

For anyone who doesn’t know, the Constitution makes it perfectly clear that a person’s religious beliefs cannot bar them from serving in federal office. That’s kind of the opposite of why we have a Constitution in the first place. America is supposed to be the land of the free.

Booker doesn’t believe in that at all. He believes America should be the land of his own, personal interests, and that’s on full display in this recent hearing. He was up to his old tricks again. Once more, he was trying to vilify a judicial candidate for their religious views. His assertion is that anyone who believes in the Bible can’t possibly serve as a judge in our country.

This video has it all. You can hear, in Booker’s own words, how he tries to use the candidate’s personal beliefs against her. Every question he asks in this clip is a violation of the Constitution. What’s probably worst of all is that the entire conversation is based on his assumption that his morals are superior to anyone else’s. You have to see it for yourself.


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