New Jersey Democratic Senator Cory Booker has a bit of a messaging problem. He wants us all to reject the divisive rhetoric, turn from "the hate" and embrace our differences. He also cries "tears of rage" when he ponders Trump's comments, believes taking away Obamacare is "sinister," and thinks that everyone who supports the imminently-qualified and widely-respected Judge Brett Kavanaugh is "complicit in the evil."
In a new, rather mesmerizing "SUPERcut," The Washington Free Beacon highlights Booker's "split personality."
"I love Donald Trump...I'm going to say that...I'm not going to answer his hate with hate, I'm going to answer it with love. I'm not going to answer his darkness with darkness..." the eminently reasonable senator tells CNN.
"I hurt. When Dick Durbin called me, I had tears of rage when I heard about his experience in that meeting!" he declares in front of his peers about Trump's "sh**hole" comment. "And for you not to feel that..hurt and that pain...that's unacceptable to me!"
"If there's too much hate, then generate more love. If there's too much meanness, then be more kind to your fellow Americans," he implores left-wing late-night host Jimmy Kimmel.
"You are either complicit in the evil. You are either contributing to the wrong, or you are fighting against it," he insists regarding confirming Kavanaugh.
"We are not called to be a nation of tolerance," he declared at the Democratic National Convention. "We are called to be a nation of love!"
"That's sinister," he tells partisan CNN host Don Lemon of Republicans letting Obamacare fail, "and it's evil to plot against American like that."