Democrat Cory Booker Cries While Praising Supreme Court Nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson

Cory Booker became emotional and moved Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson to tears during her final confirmation hearing on Wednesday as he expressed “joy” at her historic nomination.

The New Jersey senator declared that he’s “not letting anybody” steal his joy over Jackson’s nomination before recounting an instance in which a woman accosted him during a jog because “she just wanted to touch me … because I’m sitting so close to you.”

Booker then explained what Jackson’s nomination means to him.

“I want to tell you when I look at you this is why I get emotional,” Booker told her. “You’re a person that is so much more than your race and gender. You’re a Christian, you’re a mom. You’re an intellect.”

Biden pledged to only allow black women to sit on the Supreme Court.

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Cory Booker, Ketanji Jackson and a Cry

Senator Cory Booker reiterated to Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson that nobody is going to “steal his joy” over her nomination.

“For me, I’m sorry, it’s hard for me to look at you and not see my mom, not to see my cousins,” Booker said, as he cried. “One of them who had to come here and sit behind you.”

“I see my ancestors and yours,” he continued. “You have earned this spot, you are worthy.”

As Booker’s speech prattled on, Jackson joined in the emotional moment with tears rolling down her cheeks. Jackson wiped her tears with a tissue.

“Don’t worry, my sister,” Booker continued, his voice quivering. “Don’t worry. God has got you.”

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A Performance

This weekend’s Academy Awards will be held. Judges may wish to reconsider who they nominate after seeing this performance. Oh, I don’t doubt Jackson’s tears are genuine hearing a sitting senator gush over her historic achievement.

But Booker is definitely a ‘look at me’ drama queen and there was very little that could be considered genuine about his ’emotional’ speech.

For example, Booker took issue with Republican criticisms of Jackson’s record of lenient sentencing for several child pornography offenders while she served as a district judge.

“This is a new low,” Booker said of the questioning, adding the allegations are “meritless to the point of demagoguery.”

This is odd, because the Senator, during the confirmation hearings for Brett Kavanaugh, declared himself to be having a “Spartacus moment” as he fought to promote false accusations of sexual assault against the Supreme Court Justice.

Booker, during the hearings, also pretended to violate Senate Judiciary Committee rules by releasing confidential documents (even though they said he could) and dared them to do something about it.

Even Booker’s claims about encountering a woman as he was jogging who “just wanted to touch” him are questionable. Does anybody remember his imaginary friend T-Bone?

It’s hard to take this man seriously when he espouses views of Ketanji Brown Jackson as a strong woman and cries about her representation of his mom when he falsely accused another nominee of sexual assault even as he, by his own admission, groped a friend in his teenage years even “after having my hand pushed away.”

I’m sure he cried then too.

Booker’s dramatics at the Kavanaugh hearings was so embarrassing and juvenile that Justice Clarence Thomas laughed about them.

Booker was decidedly less weepy back in 2019 when he appeared on the “Late Show with Seth Meyers” and admitted his testosterone makes him want to punch President Trump in the face.

“Donald Trump is a guy who you understand he hurts you and my testosterone sometimes makes me want to feel like punching him, which would be bad for this elderly, out-of-shape man that he is if I did that,” Booker told Meyers.

“This physically weak specimen—but you see what I’m talking about here?”

Do you have a physically weak person? If you could combine the testosterone levels of Booker and say, an Adam Kinzinger, you’d still fall short of that curly-haired dweeb in the ‘Pajama Boy’ ads.

This is, after all, the same guy who gleefully celebrates “shame-free breastfeeding” and a “no tampon tax.”

Cory Booker, during the confirmation hearing for Ketanji Brown Jackson, spoke about abolitionist Harriet Tubman and how she used to look at the night sky looking for a star that was a “harbinger of hope.”

“I thought about her. How she looked upward, no matter what was happening to her. She never gave up looking up. And that star was a harbinger of hope,” Booker said.

“Today, you’reYou are my star. You are my harbinger of hope.”

T-Bone could not be reached for comment.