Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde: Watch Cory Booker’s Split Personality (VIDEO)
Senator Cory Booker appears to be unable to decide what messaging he prefers — love and putting aside partisanship or ranting about how “evil” Republicans are.
In a stunning video by the Washington Free Beacon, they decided to put the two faces of Booker side-by-side. The result is a contradicting message worthy of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
“Booker goes from telling Jimmy Kimmel he seeks to ‘generate more love’ to combat hate to saying those in support of Brett Kavanaugh are “complicit in the evil,” the Free Beacon noted. “He goes from telling CNN he loves Donald Trump to berating Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen about his ‘tears of rage’ over Trump’s remarks about African countries.”
The video goes back and forth between his two brands of messaging, in one clip highlighting his reasonable bipartisan take on Jimmy Kimmel, then switching to his demands that people who support confirming Brett Kavanaugh are evil.
“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 tells Kimmel.
“You are either complicit in the evil. You are either contributing to the wrong, or you are fighting against it,” he goes on to demand.
Will the real Cory Booker please stand up?