Tuesday on ABC’s daytime gab-fest The View, Sen. Cory “Spartacus” Booker (D-NJ) said that some Republican senators lacked decency and respect during the confirmation hearing of Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson.
Pressed on whether the questioning Jackson received in her hearing stemmed from racist hostility, Booker replied, “My point was I can’t get into the heads of my colleagues, nor do I want to go down that odyssey. What we saw on display, whatever language you want to put on it, was a complete lack of decency from some, not all of my Republican colleagues, not even the majority of them, but some of them was a complete lack of decency, a complete lack of respect, and, let’s call it like it is.”
He added, “We know in a clarity for all America to see that a Supreme Court justice of her import — excuse me, a supreme court nominee of her import was treated in a way that is not just disrespectful and ugly, but also in a way that for me violates —I don’t care if you’re a Republican or Democrat all of our national sense of decency.”
Booker has a short memory. He and his fellow radical leftists subjected Trump Supreme Court nominees Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett to nomination processes that were grotesque in their demonstration of the left’s politics of personal destruction. Now the left wants to smear Republicans as racist and sexist because they’re (justifiably) grilling Ketanji Brown Jackson for her radical views. Of course, that’s precisely why Jackson was nominated — because she’s a black woman.