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Cory Booker goes all "Bernie" On Michael Pompeo for Secretary of State

Eugene Delgaudio president of Public Advocate responded to the blatant assault on Christian values at a Senate hearing last week as Senator Cory Booker (D-N.J.) verbally abused President Trump's nominee for Secretary of State, Michael Pompeo.


"Senator Bernie Sanders attacked Christians for being Christian in the Senate during an earlier hearing and a supporter of Bernie Sanders followed up with an attempt to murder dozens of Congressmen peacefully playing softball at an Alexandria, Virginia baseball field. We demand Sanders to apologize to all Christians for his assaults on Christian beliefs.

Now comes Senator Cory Booker who one ups the anti-Christian tirade of Bernie Sanders and increases the hate filled contempt for those in the United States who believe in Godly values and traditional one man one women marriage over any other unnatural act as a religious belief.

Booker has since announced he is not supporting the nomination solely for the view that Pompeo's embrace of traditional marriage and the political position of supporting Christians to have the right to their religious beliefs is wrong.

Booker crosses the same line that the wild eyed angry madman Bernie Sanders crossed when he publicly persecuted a Trump nominee who simply said he was keeping his relgious views intact and keeping his respect for all Americans intact. In spite of Pompeo's declaration that he respects other different beliefs and practices, Booker insights violence and future attacks on Christians by stating hatred for Pompeo simply practicing his own beliefs and dismisses his promise to be respectful of others who differ with him.

Cory Booker should apologize for his anti-Christian tirade or resign from the U.S. Senate. "

End of Statement of Eugene Delgaudio

Brief exchange between Booker and Pompeo:

During a Senate confirmation hearing Thursday, Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) pushed Pompeo on his previous comments, particularly his suggestion that homosexuality was a "perversion."

Booker: "Is being gay a perversion?"

Pompeo: "Senator, when I was a politician, I had a very clear view on whether it was appropriate for two same-sex persons to marry. I stand by that."

Booker: "So, you do not believe that it's appropriate for two gay people to marry?"

Pompeo: "Senator, I continue to hold that view."




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