Tuesday on MSNBC’s All In, Sen. Cory “Spartacus” Booker argued that President Trump’s “irresponsible rhetoric” is backed up by “weakness” regarding the administration’s response to the coronavirus outbreak.
“This is a crisis that is growing, and what we need is straight talk, candor, and strength,” Booker claimed. “The problem is that his irresponsible rhetoric is being backed up by a weakness, by his inability to use his executive powers like the Defense Production Act that could be moving more resources to areas of critical need like New York, like New Jersey, like Georgia, like Michigan and other places you named.
“So this is not a time for us to try to candy coat things. Americans deserve the truth. They deserve candor, and they deserve a president, and executives all over our country doing everything possible to make a very bad situation better as we head closer and closer to what will be the cresting of this coronavirus crisis.”
Keep in mind that Booker is a grandstanding blowhard who couldn’t keep his failed presidential campaign alive.