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Cory Booker Slammed as a College Article in Which He Admitted to Groping a Drunk Girl as a Teenager Resurfaces

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Cory “Spartacus” Booker spent the first half of the circus that is the Kavanaugh confirmation process making a fool of himself and bragging about breaking Senate rules in beyond laughable fashion.

Now that we’re well in the thick the second half of said circus, which is more spectacularly ridiculous than anyone could have possibly imagined, Booker is getting slammed for his own drunken groping incident in 1992, and it’s not pretty.

Of course, unlike Kavanaugh, there’s no doubt that Booker engaged in this activity, as he fully admitted it in a college newspaper article he wrote during his time at Stanford.

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The piece appeared in the Stanford Daily back in 1992, meant to describe his transformation from a teen who was “trotting around the bases and stealing second” to a young man described by his classmates as a “man-hater.”

However, the picture it presents of a young Booker isn’t exactly an agreeable one.

“New Year’s Eve 1984 I will never forget. I was 15. As the ball dropped, I leaned over to hug a friend and she met me instead with an overwhelming kiss. As we fumbled upon the bed, I remember debating my next ‘move’ as if it were a chess game,” he wrote in the student-run newspaper.

“With the ‘Top Gun’ slogan ringing in my head, I slowly reached for her breast. After having my hand pushed away once, I reached my ‘mark,’” Booker wrote.

While he didn’t explain what “mark” meant, I think we can all be fairly certain what, precisely, he was talking about. In other words, after being told no, he tried again.

“Our groping ended soon and while no ‘relationship’ ensued, a friendship did. You see, the next week in school she told me that she was drunk that night and didn’t really know what she was doing,” he continued.

Of course, this was all written by a pontificating young liberal who claimed he was trying to expose his own hypocrisy when it came to the treatment of women, but we are, naturally, expected to believe that Booker, who admitted to groping this girl drunkenly after being told “no” is washed white as snow, while Kavanaugh, who has been accused without evidence, is guilty as sin.

Naturally, reps for Booker were graceless when asked for comment:

“This disingenuous right-wing attack, which has circulated online and in partisan outlets for the past five years, rings hollow to anyone who reads the entirety of Senator Booker’s Stanford Daily column,” a Booker spokesperson said.

Ah, right. The old “right-wing conspiracy”, right?

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Desparate Expansion of NYC Trump Probe Targets Ex-Bodyguard

The longer this thing goes on, the harder these prosecutors are having to work to find any dirt on The Don.

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In New York City, there are powerful people on the hunt for something, anything, that they could use to take down Donald Trump, and this desperate endeavor has turned ever wilder as it goes on. Having Trump’s tax returns and access to his former “fixer” Michael Cohen is not enough for these allegedly competent prosecutors, however, and they are now going to take a look at folks like Trump’s ex-bodyguard. New York prosecutors investigating former President Donald Trump’s business have advised Trump’s former bodyguard and current chief operating officer, Matthew Calamari, and his son that they should get their own lawyers, not use the Trump Organization’s attorneys, The Wall Street Journal reports, citing people familiar with the matter. Prosecutors are reportedly looking into whether the Calamaris have illegally avoided paying taxes on benefits provided by the Trump Organization, including housing and cars. New York City District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. has been investigating the Trump Organization for a few years, focused most recently on whether the company manipulates the value of its properties to get loans and lower its taxes. Vance’s prosecutors are similarly investigating, and widely believed to be trying to gain the cooperation of, Trump Organization chief financial officer Allen Weisselberg, but they don’t appear to have had much luck yet. Now it appears their interest in these benefits extends beyond Weisselberg, the Journal reports, noting that neither Calamari or Weisselberg have been accused of wrongdoing. The Calamaris have taken the prosecutors’ advice and hired Nicholas Gravante Jr., who has represented former AIG head Maurice “Hank” Greenberg and Hunter Biden, among other prominent clients, the Journal reports. The prosecutors who are targeting the Trump organization have been at it for years already, and, after having garnered the aforementioned materials, have still not pressed any charges.  One could imagine that,…

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Activists Cleared from Lafayette Square Shut Down by Federal Judge

The Trump administration will not be help liable for the incident.

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For a good, long time, the mainstream media was insisting that then-President Donald Trump was responsible for the clearing of Black Lives Matter protesters from Lafayette Square last year, in an incident that made international headlines. The moment was a fraught one, with demonstrators being forcibly removed from the area by the use of force and tear gas.  It certainly didn’t appear to be a shining moment for free speech, and the rabid liberal media worked their tails off trying to pin the whole thing on Trump. A year later, it would be revealed during the Biden administration that the clearing of the park had nothing to do with Donald Trump, and was being conducted for other, premeditated purposes altogether. Now, activists who were looking to take legal action against the Trump administration are getting shut down in court. A federal judge has dismissed a majority of the claims filed by activists and civil liberties groups who accused the Trump administration of violating the civil rights of protesters who were forcefully removed by police using chemical agents from a park near the White House before then-President Donald Trump walked to a nearby church to take a photo. U.S. District Judge Dabney Friedrich said Monday the claims in the suit, which alleged that Trump and then-Attorney General William Barr had conspired to violate the rights of protesters last June, were speculative and it was premature for the court to conclude whether the actions of law enforcement officers were justified. Friedrich dismissed the claims against Barr and other federal officials, including the acting U.S. Park Police chief, Gregory Monahan, finding there wasn’t sufficient evidence to prove there was any agreement or plan to violate the rights of the protesters. The judge also said the law gives them immunity in civil litigation. Legal…

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