New Jersey Residents Sound Off: ‘Cory Booker Is Not for the People’ 90


A newly released video from YouTuber Austen Fletcher, better known as Fleccas, shows how residents of Newark, New Jersey, feel about the Democrat Party and Democrat presidential hopeful and former mayor of Newark Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ).

“When they get into office, they don’t do much,” one New Jersey resident said of elected politicians.”They talk a good talk, but they forget all about what they said they were going to do.”

Another resident expressed her frustration with how elected Democrats are not working to advance the “general welfare of American citizens first”:

They are not putting their citizens first. They are putting people who shouldn’t even be here first. And when they took that oath of office it was supposed to be to see about the general welfare of American citizens first and they’re neglecting to do that, particularly the Democratic party.

“The mayor of Newark wants to make Newark, what did he call it, a sanctuary community. We can’t afford that,” she added.

7 Comments on New Jersey Residents Sound Off: ‘Cory Booker Is Not for the People’ 90

  1. Cory Pet-Spartacus-Rock is an ornament for the shelf of liberalism.
    Performs no valuable function, but is hailed as a ‘conversation starter’

  2. People can gripe, complain, bitch about their representatives all they want but it is who they vote for that shows what they really want.

    Those guys in Congress are there because the majority of people in their districts want them there and prove it by electing and then reelecting them to those positions.

  3. ‘Cory Booker Is Not for the People’

    Well, DUH!
    Politicians go into politics for various reasons – but they stay for the money.
    They are actors.
    Grinning, glad-handing, bullshitting actors – con men – liars – thieves.

    When a “Representative” actually “represented” a group of people, that’s what he did. The Constitution called for 1 “representative” per 30,000 persons. But now, each “representative” “represents” some 750,000 persons – which is an abject absurdity. And the Several States now “elect” their Senators, thus making each Senator “represent” millions upon millions, which is so far absurd as to be in the “Twilight Zone.”
    One man can barely “represent” the views and desires of 30,000, much less the polyglot of opinions today (at the time the Constitution was adopted we were (principally) an agrarian society) but today, with the various gerrymandering schemes enacted by the Legislatures over the past 200 years a “Representative” has only little notion of those he “represents.”

    Thus, they pursue wealth and power at the expense of “We, the People of the United States” being both easier to accomplish and more efficacious to their comforts and future.

    Booger just seems to be one of the more buffoonish of his ilk and unable (or unwilling) to keep his mouth shut – continually braying his ignorance.

    izlamo delenda est …

  4. Shark Eye Spartatookitupthebackdoor doesn’t seem to be appreciated by the restless natives back home. Promises, promises. All they get are empty promises from their betters. At least when this state was represented by two corrupt white Senators, they brought home the bacon, and the other things that Democrat Plantation dwellers need to stay happy and voting for their betters.

  5. Frankly, the collection of photos of the 10 10 in the democrat debate doesn’t look nearly as much like a “panel” as it does a police lineup.

  6. I think Trump will not have to do much to win 2020, all he has to do is set back and let the dems win for him. They have been doing a good job of it too!


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