Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Cory Booker has some ridiculously far fetched ideas about policies that stem from the Trump Administration.
While being interviewed on the “Pod Save America” podcast, Booker claimed in a barely cohesive rambling that Republican policy would ultimately lead to death.
“To people on both sides, we are heading that way. You hear Trump calling for the end of the filibuster rule, and I understand that if I am the commander-in-chief, the president of the United States fighting a tactical battle, that that is something that is—we are moving toward. But understand my perspective on this, which comes from decades of living in one of the most vulnerable communities in the country. And if Mitch McConnell, Paul Ryan, Donald Trump for the last two years, had complete sway, they wouldn’t have just changed policy, which is nice, they would have hurt people in my community, literally doing policies that could cause people’s death. When we had a Republican governor in the state of New Jersey, just something like attacking Planned Parenthood, for women in my community who rely on that Planned Parenthood for their health care,” Booker said.
Democrats are getting more extreme in their opinions on Republican policy as they try to win over America. Fortunately they just don’t make any sense.