Cory Booker 2020 presidential campaign

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Cory Booker condemned Democrat 2020 presidential election early frontrunner, former vice-president Joe Biden, at the Juneteenth annual commemoration of Republican Abraham Lincoln ending slavery in the United States.

You don’t joke about calling black men 'boys'...frankly, I’m disappointed that he hasn’t issued an immediate apology for the pain his words are dredging up for many Americans. He should.[1]

Booker describes America as "a physical manifestation of a larger conspiracy of love."[2] Has actually shown the courage to stand up to Joe Biden's racism and corruption.[3]


The day before Independence Day 2019, Booker campaigned for president in Mexico.[4] Booker smuggled 5 migrants into the U.S. who had previously been deported. The five were again returned to Mexico.[5]

Booker's press secretary Sabrina Singh said on Twitter that Booker crossed the U.S. border from Juarez to El Paso with an organization called Families Belong Together to escort 5 "asylum-seekers" and try to prevent them from being sent back to Mexico.[6] The women were allegedly domestic abuse victims, not political asylum seekers, and were returned to Mexico under the new program President Trump negotiated with the Mexican government.[7]


Booker is an outspoken proponent of free healthcare for illegal immigrants.[8]

Booker claims that Democrats want to fix "the broken healthcare system" that Democrats broke when they passed Obamacare.[9]

War on Cow Flatulence

Main article: War on Cow Flatulence
Booker compares regulating bovine flatulence to defeating Nazism and the moon landing.[10] Booker is an enthusiastic supporter of the Green New Deal, which states an objective of "net-zero greenhouse gas emissions" through legislation to "get rid of farting cows."[11] In his crusade against cow flatulence, Booker claims "this planet simply can’t sustain" people eating meat.[12] Booker told VegNews:
"You see the planet earth moving towards what is the Standard American Diet. We've seen this massive increase in consumption of meat."
Booker found the science to support his confirmation bias:
"I found the data that began to reaffirm my vegetarianism. In fact, it led me to more about our environment and cruelty to animals. I began saying I was a vegetarian because, for me, it was the best way to live in accordance to the ideals and values that I have."
Booker said he became a vegan when he realized that eating eggs "didn't align with my spirit."[13]


Booker alleges that America doesn't talk enough about surgically and hormonally altered transgenders, particularly African-American transgenders.

Louis Farrakhan

Booker expressed a wish to meet Louis Farrakhan and believes that anti-semitism is a philosophical debate.[14]


Booker introduced the racially divisive Reparations bill to punish and indenture non-African American taxpayers to pay for Democrat vote buying.

Gun control

Booker opposes "thoughts and prayers."