Democrats running for President in 2020 used the Brett Kavanaugh allegations to establish themselves as left-wing heroes to liberal voters.
And one top Democrat stood out above all the rest.
But Laura Ingraham just shut down his career with this sex scandal bombshell.
Cory Booker Says Believe All Women
New Jersey Democrat Cory Booker is best known for being a camera hog.
Booker made waves in the Kavanaugh hearing when he falsely claimed he had leaked documents the Republicans wanted to keep hidden.
Republicans immediately blasted Booker for his lie.
In fact, the Republicans and Booker reached a deal the night before to release Kavanaugh’s emails.
Booker also made a big show about Americans having to believe the women who accused Kavanaugh even though they had no proof.
“Believe all women” became a rallying cry for Booker and other Democrats.
They claimed that when a woman makes an accusation against a Republican, they should be believed no questions asked.
Many Americans thought the women accusing Kavanaugh were lying.
They offered no proof and the witnesses they claimed were present while Kavanaugh abused them denied their accounts.
But could Booker live up to his own standard?
Laura Ingraham Crushes Corey Booker With Sex Scandal Bombshell
Booker previously admitted to groping a girl at a party in high school.
He claimed he was embarrassed by his behavior and had since grown as a person.
But recently, an anonymous Twitter account posted a letter from a man claiming Booker assaulted him in a workplace bathroom in 2014.
This claim is unsubstantiated.
The man did not attach his name to the accusation.
He also did not provide any corroborating evidence.
However, Laura Ingraham thought Booker should have to live under his own rules.
“Cory Booker said we should believe all victims, whether they’re anonymous or identified. But does he really want to live by that standard?” Ingraham wondered during a recent broadcast.
Ingraham noted how the allegation was anonymous.
She also stated she thought it was a smear.
But she asked how Booker could claim we should automatically believe Kavanaugh’s accusers, yet dismiss his.
“We don’t raise this issue because we automatically assume it has credibility,” Ingraham said. “I don’t like anonymous allegations. We actually think everyone should wait for the details to come in before we say something like this, right?”
“I don’t like it when people do this kind of stuff,” Ingraham said about the letter. “I believe it is a smear. I mean, if you’re going to make an accusation — this is a supposedly a man making an accusation that something happened in a bathroom — if you’re going to make that kind of accusation you better put your name to it.”
To be sure, there is no evidence that these allegations against Booker are true.
But the fake news media and Democrats like Booker ran with equally flimsy accusations to try and destroy Brett Kavanaugh.
We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.