Senator Cory Booker, a sad miserable human being who makes up crazy lies and shouts incoherently, is full of anger and bile. Or his family is.
“I’ve seen the bile, the anger, from my family members, to people in the Congressional Black Caucus, to leaders of color across this country who just don’t understand how we’ve gotten to a point now where there’s more billionaires in the 2020 race than there are black people,” Booker said in an interview with BuzzFeed News following Bloomberg’s entry into the 2020 race.
If I were a member of Cory Booker’s family or the Congressional Black Caucus, I too would be full of anger and bile that Cory’s the best we got.
Meanwhile the latest (somewhat dubious) BlackPAC survey shows Booker at 5% among black voters. Bloomberg is at 3% and Steyer is at 2%.
As many black people chose Bloomberg and Steyer as chose Booker. And very few black people want Bloomberg, Steyer, or Booker. So Booker can save all the anger and bile in a jar for when he gets thirsty.
As I noted in today’s article, Democrats Don’t Want Diversity, the field is this way because it’s what the Dems want. All the Obama stuff was a show.
A Monmouth poll earlier in the year asked Democrat voters how important diversity was to them.
Only 5% of Democrat voters wanted a “person of color” as the candidate. 6% wanted a white candidate. 87% said it didn’t matter. 7% wanted a woman. 12% wanted a man. 77% said it didn’t matter. And that’s in a survey whose demographic composition was 63% female and only 58% white. It turns out that women don’t especially want female candidates, and minorities don’t want a minority candidate.
Cory Booker is complaining about a lack of diversity caused by a very diverse electorate.
So much for diversity.