Democrat presidential aspirant Cory Booker vowed to choose a woman as his running mate if nominated by the Democrats to run against President Donald Trump.
“I will have a woman running mate,” Booker reportedly said at the She the People summit for women of color. (READ: Here Are The Democrats Tainted By The Jussie Smollett Hoax).
Talking about one’s potential running mate too early is a bad move. Booker is nowhere near the first caucus or primary and his campaign is not exactly taking off, getting overshadowed even by Mayor Pete Buttigieg.
Booker’s campaign so far has been marked by the emergence of a righteous truth-telling man who roasted Fake News CNN at a Booker event, and for CNN’s Don Lemon telling Booker that he did a good job at a televised forum.
BLP reported: An attendee at a town hall for Sen. Cory Booker (N.J.) used his opportunity to speak to bash America’s most notorious conspiracy theory network.
“If CNN is in this house, you need to take a lesson from her. This is what you call a real town hall meeting,” the man said. “All that mess that CNN be doing is all fake. They already got people out in the audience already picked who they want to ask a question. It ain’t going down like that here, so – so CNN need to take a lesson of this.”
The town hall was organized in a grassroots fashion, and was streamed on C-SPAN. CNN, known mostly for purveying the Russian “collusion” conspiracy theory, faced scrutiny over its town hall meetings after a Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School student accused the network of scripting an entire town hall after deadly the shooting at the school on Feb. 14, 2018. The network denied the accusation.
Former Democratic National Committee chairwoman Donna Brazile admitted to leaking CNN town hall topics to then-presidential candidate Hillary R. Clinton in 2016. Brazile was rewarded for that behavior with a job at Fox News.
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