Cory Booker ‘Mansplains’ & Screeches At Amy Coney Barrett, Gets Rude Awakening

Cory Booker just beat out Kamala Harris as the “biggest drama queen” at the Amy Coney Barrett hearings on Monday. In fact, Booker was such a disaster that political pundits are reporting he “mansplained” and “screeched” his way through his time at the hearing. Well, that’s when he got a rude awakening. You’ll love this.

Senator Cory Booker, Amy Coney Barrett (Photo Credit: YouTube/Screenshots)

Cory Booker has really made a name for himself as a drama queen. The senator, who ran for president, caused a huge reaction as he screeched about “reproductive rights” and the Affordable Care Act. In fact, the Democrats all stayed on script beating up Coney Barrett over the ACA, known as Obamacare.

Amy Coney Barrett sat there silently. She must have thought it was a damn circus and laughed at the Democrats’ ridiculous attempts to preach about legislation like Obamacare when Supreme Court Justices don’t enact legislation.

However, Cory Booker took the cake when it came to Roe v. Wade and abortion rights. 

“People are scared right now for another reason, because they know what a future without the protections of Roe v. Wade looks like,” Booker said. “President Trump has explicitly stated that he would only put up Supreme Court nominees that would overturn Roe v. Wade. He said it clearly. We should believe him.”

Of course, Booker has no way of knowing how Barrett would vote on any given abortion case, but that won’t stop him and other Democrats on the committee from fearmongering about what would happen if Roe v. Wade and subsequent abortion jurisprudence were rolled back or reversed.

“Without Roe v. Wade, our country looks like people being denied the ability to make decisions about their own body, not just while they’re pregnant, but being stripped of the right to plan for their futures,” Booker continued.

Here’s the rest of what he had to say about the supposed future of our country if Roe v. Wade is reversed:

It looks like women of color, low-income women living in rural areas, who can’t just pack up and leave if abortion is restricted or criminalized where they live. It looks like them being left with no options. It looks like state laws proliferating throughout our country that seek to control and criminalize women.

It looks like the government interfering with women making the most personal medical decisions. It looks like a country in which states write laws that could subject women that have miscarriages to investigations to ensure that didn’t have abortions.

“Now This” the leftwing Twitter account “really showcased Cory Booker and his attempt at mansplaining Roe v. Wade to ACB. Talk about a silly, embarrassing, ridiculous display from a senator who actually wanted to be president,” Twitchy reports.

Oh, brother, Booker’s screeching and theatrics were a sight to see.

Women do not need the ability to choose to kill their unborn children in order to plan for their futures. Eliminating legal abortion would not prevent women from planning; it would eliminate a “planning” option that uses violence to end the life of another human being.

“Booker went on to insist that, without Roe, we would witness the proliferation of laws ‘that seek to control and criminalize women.’ Yet not a single pro-life law I’m aware of would criminalize or otherwise punish women who obtain an abortion,” National Review’s Alexandria Desanctis reports.

Instead, pro-life laws target abortionists and explicitly prohibit prosecuting post-abortive women. Nor is there a single pro-life law I’m aware of proposed in the U.S. that would require investigating women who have suffered a miscarriage,” she adds.

Although Booker might not wish to admit, acknowledge, or even consider this reality, abortion is not a “personal medical decision.” It isn’t medical at all. There is no medical procedure that has as its chief aim the destruction of a human life.

“Cory Booker is the male version of Kamala Harris. Scripted, Hollywood theatrics, weak attempts to guilt you into agreeing with them. Every time. Kamala and Cory are the most scripted, disingenuous people in politics,” tweeted “Mayor Mike.”

He added Dinesh D’Souza’s response: “My response to Cory Booker’s overheated theatrical bombast? Yawn, zzzzz, snore. Horrible acting performance!”

Booker’s behavior toward Coney Barrett was so horrendous, actor James Woods tweeted out a pic of the Supreme Court nominee holding up a crucifix to ward Booker off:

Woods’ also blasted the left-leaning Slate Magazine, who posted: “Barrett has established who she is: a shameless careerist who believes nobody can stop her.”

Woods countered Slate’s take by showing who the real “shameless careerist” is with pics of Kamala Harris with her past boyfriend and former San Francisco Mayor Wille Brown, tweeting: “Uh-huh.”

“Cory Booker has more estrogen than me,” tweeted Ashley St. Clair, a conservative political pundit.

Poor Cory Booker got trampled on social media. 

A man should not be pretending to act as the ultimate defender of a woman’s right to kill her unborn baby. It came off really creepy.

“What Cory Booker is saying is that he’s got a sandy vagina and that makes him an expert on women’s reproductive rights. Or something,” Twitchy added.

His performance as the biggest Democrat drama queen did not go unnoticed. His phony anger and his tearless sympathy for the “little people” made most Americans want to vomit.

Cory Booker remains a shameless charlatan who gets paid $174,000 a year, and for what? So he can screech at Amy Coney Barrett, one of the best legal minds in America. Amy Coney Barrett has forgotten more about the law and our justice system than Cory Booker has ever known.

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Rebecca Diserio is a conservative writer and speaker who has been featured in numerous high profile publications. She's a graduate of St. Joseph High School in Lakewood, CA and worked as a Critical Care Registered Nurse at USC Medical Center. A former Tea Party spokesman, she helped manage Star Parker’s campaign for US Congress and hosted a popular conservative radio show where she interviewed Dr. Alveda King, Ann Coulter, David Limbaugh, and Michelle Malkin. A police widow, she resides in Southern California.