Fmr. Sheriff Clarke nails in one tweet why Corey Booker’s ’embarrassing’ rant rules him out as president

When New Jersey Senator Cory Booker lit into Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen over President Trump’s alleged “sh*thole” comments during a Tuesday Senate hearing, he raised more than a few eyebrows.

The problem for Booker was, a good portion of the eyebrows were being raised at him – starting with former Milwaukee County Sheriff and current Twitter mastermind David Clarke, who expertly used his 240 characters or less to rip right through Booker’s feigned outrage-filled rant.

“After today’s embarrassing display on the Hill by Sen Booker in dressing down a female Cabinet member, it is apparent to me that Booker lacks the temperament to be a future candidate for President of the United States. If he dressed down a staffer that way, He’d be in trouble,” Clarke tweeted, referring to this Oscar-winning performance by the New Jersey senator:

“I hurt. When Dick Durbin called me, I had tears of rage when I heard about his experience in that meeting,” said Booker. “And for you not to feel that hurt, and that pain, and to dismiss the questions of some of my colleagues, saying I’ve already answered that line of questions, when tens of millions of Americans are hurting right now because of what they’re worried about what happened in the White House. That’s unacceptable to me.”

Nah, that’s just collateral damage to libs like Booker.

“Temperament” indeed…

Clarke got plenty of support via Twitter:

https://twitter.com/realJoshuaHall/status/953413964855209986

https://twitter.com/thassy2/status/953416383408300034

https://twitter.com/texashabanero/status/953422540680171521

https://twitter.com/donaldrusso994/status/953426593887719424

https://twitter.com/southbronxirish/status/953448911980638208

https://twitter.com/MScipio_African/status/953472285691834368

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