During the Kavanaugh hearings, Senator Corey Booker (D-NJ) made it pretty clear that every accuser should be believed. He called Dr. Ford a hero for coming forward to accuse Judge Kavanaugh of sexual assault 36 years later.

After Senator Booker called for an FBI investigation into the 36-year-old allegation against Justice Brett Kavanagh, The Washington Post published an article to explain how Booker, who had written about groping a young high school friend in his Stanford University newspaper, could not really be held responsible for his past behavior, because he was sorry about it.

In their piece titled In 1992, Cory Booker wrote of ‘groping’ a high school friend as they ‘fumbled upon a bed’ and issued a call for sexual respect”, bIsaac Stanley-Becker, the leftist propaganda publication attempts to convince their readers that Booker’s actions were bad, but he’s since grown up and has made amends for his predator behavior by calling out other men for the similar behavior. 

Now Senator Corey Booker is being accused of assaulting a gay man only 3 years ago.

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Political strategist and member of the Turning Point USA staff, Richard Armande Mills tweeted a bombshell:

A gay man compliments . Booker allegedly follows him to the bathroom, aggressively approaching him for oral sex— in a stall. The man declines and escapes. He also claims to have more proof than accusers like Christine Blasey Ford. I think we should listen to him.

Mills included the confession that was posted by “Deep Throat” on Twitter:

Mills continues: A gay man compliments . Booker allegedly follows him to the bathroom, aggressively approaching him for oral sex— in a stall. The man declines and escapes. He also claims to have more proof than accusers like Christine Blasey Ford. I think we should listen to him.

Mills reminds everyone that the allegation of sexual abuse against Booker, if true, took place while he was a sitting Senator: The sexual assault allegation against matters because the accuser claims the incident took place while Booker was actively in office. I’d hate to think NJ constituents approve of him abusing his position as Senator to coerce gay men into giving him oral sex.

Mills has a great point: While Booker deserves the presumption of innocence, he has admitted to committing sexual assault in the past. There are rumors surrounding his sexuality. He has also abused power as a Senator in the past. While I’m holding out for more evidence, the accuser’s claim is plausible.

Here’s the actual charge against Booker by his gay, male, Democrat accuser:

Richard Armande Mills asks: Will #BathroomBooker address the gay sexual assault allegations against him?

So…is Corey Booker gay? Is there any merit to this anonymous man’s claim?

In 2013, Corey Booker discussed the possibility that he was gay. While he didn’t verify the rumors, he didn’t dismiss them either.

From the article: “Because how unfair is it to a young lady to put them in the spotlight if they haven’t signed up for that yet?” he says. “And people who think I’m gay, some part of me thinks it’s wonderful. Because I want to challenge people on their homophobia. I love seeing on Twitter when someone says I’m gay, and I say, ‘So what does it matter if I am? So be it. I hope you are not voting for me because you are making the presumption that I’m straight.’”

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