Cory Booker would sit down with racist Louis Farrakhan, the fraudulent man of God. He would do it although he is so very familiar with him.
“I have heard Minister Farrakhan’s speeches for a lot of my life,” Booker said at a political event in Columbia, South Carolina.
After he was asked the question of whether he would sit down with him, he said, “I don’t feel like I need to do that, but I’m not one of these people who says I wouldn’t sit down with anybody to hear what they have to say.”
“I am very familiar with Minister Farrakhan and his beliefs,” Booker continued, noting that Nation of Islam literature is popular in Newark, where he used to serve as mayor.
Farrakhan’s Nation of Islam is a hate group.
It really depends on what he’s meeting with him for. If he’s trying to get him to do something good, that’s okay. If it’s for advice like so many in Congress, that’s not so good.
2006, in a side room off a church foyer in New Orleans:@LouisFarrakhan: “Tell me how I can be of service.”@RepMaxineWaters: “I think we need to get together and talk about how we’re going to put New Orleans on the national agenda.”https://t.co/Z3w9cpLTnf pic.twitter.com/YPXf0NMaPS
— Jeryl Bier (@JerylBier) January 30, 2018
Booker has been known to hang with BDS supporters and heartily defends anti-Semite Ilhan Omar. He says he loves Jews and Farrakhan and has stuck up for Farrakhan until very recently. He’s often heard quoting a violent, anti-Semitic racist — Stokely Carmichael.