Cory Booker Demonstrates A Textbook Case Of Toxic Masculinity

The man just oozes testosterone. The swagger, the tough guy persona – Cory Booker is running for President to kick ass and chew bubblegum, and he’s all out of bubblegum.

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128 Responses to Cory Booker Demonstrates A Textbook Case Of Toxic Masculinity

  1. Woke Lola says:

    You’re late, as usual. Can you book this for later? I’m on a fucking roll.

  2. Woke Lola says:

    Oh holy fuck. So much lisping in “physically weak specimen.” Lol

  3. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • Underwhelmed says:

      See also, Do as I say, not as I do *and* Rules for thee but not for me. Congrats on the hat trick, you schmuck!

  4. It’s only wrong if Trump does it.

  5. Myiq2xu™ says:

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  7. Ann says:

    I am guessing tomorrow is gonna be a little quieter than the Ds thought it might be. There were no coincidences on the timing of this drop. The Ds are screwed. And some people will be going to prison. (yeah, yeah, #twoweeks)

  8. Myiq2xu™ says:

  9. Myiq2xu™ says:

    Watching Ricky Gervais is like traveling back in time to the ’80s, when humor was very un-pc and funny.

  10. votermom says:

    Saw this joke:

    I walked into this hipster bookstore and asked the clerk: “Hey, do you have Trump’s new book about deporting illegals?”

    The clerk screamed at me: “Get the f–k out and don’t come back!”

    I said, “yeah that’s the title – do you have it in paperback?”

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  12. Angie says:

    Speaking of toxic masculinity I just watched a 2 hour documentary on Discovery about the Cajun Navy.
    If any of the pussy hat wearing soy boys want a lesson in how real men behave, I suggest they watch it. Simple, humble, God fearing men without much themselves spending their own money & risking their lives to save others.

  13. Constance says:

    Greg Gutfield on Trump campaign selling Trump plastic straws (which are compostable).

    • Mt.Laurel says:

      He got me at “Who knew reptiles did coke . . . .”.
      Now everyone in near my office wants to know what is so funny. Including the only solar power for all worshiping soy boy and the ban all plastic gal. who are sitting at the table reading their daily lectures from the WP.

  14. Angie says:


  15. swanspirit says:

    Just like the rest of the Dim party. SJW’s are intent on destroying themselves. Wikipedia is now completely unreliable. It wasn’t that reliable before, but now it’s worthless.

    Anyone who has ever attended a non-defective school or university knows that using Wikipedia as a source is not just imbecilic, but in many cases prohibited, because the site can be edited by any frothing turnip with a computer and an agenda. However, Wikipedia can be a useful tool when searching for actual facts in actual primary sources. Unfortunately, Wikipedia has become a social justice zealot tool du jour to destroy anyone with whom these screeching simians disagree politically.

    Despite its use being discouraged as a source in any reputable educational institution, Wikipedia does provide a general presentation of subject matter and allows the reader to quickly access associated data or relevant websites. It can be useful.

    And now, contemptible, feeble-minded degenerates are weaponizing it – much like they have done with Twitter, Facebook, and other social media – against their political opposition in an effort to deplatform everyone they don’t like.

    A few days ago author Michael Z. Williamson was informed that his Wikipedia page had been “speedy deleted.”

    Why? Because apparently, none of the references on the page were “credible,” despite being around for more than a decade, and his actual numerous published works are not considered as valid evidence of relevance. Apparently, it doesn’t matter how many books an author has published. They’re not relevant (unless the screeching social justice simians confirm that they are).

    The page was, in fact, reverted, but some mouth breather from Sweden with the moniker Gråbergs Gråa Sång and an unhealthy fixation with Mike, kept changing the information. How desperate was this impotent creature to tank an author’s Wikipedia page?

    This desperate. I’m imagining a balding, pasty, blundering virgin impotently pounding on his keyboard and wiping his nose with a stained, crusty handkerchief, while screaming in fruitless, froth-flecked rage. YMMV.

    • Mothy67 says:

      This frothing turnip is not allowed to edit wiki. I spent a day changing undocumented to illegal. I could not stop until I was banned.

      • DeniseVB says:

        I like wiki for a starting point in research, especially for basic facts. I stopped using wiki as proof of anything, then again, our once trusted “news” sources aren’t that reliable either.

    • Mt.Laurel says:

      IMDB is getting just as bad. You cannot read the pages for many older entertainers without someone having updated them with faux political crap that often makes no sense given the era in which the person actually lived and worked.

  16. Jadzia says:

    So it turns out that my superpower is planning our summer vacation during a heat wave. Every damn year.

  17. Dora says:

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    • DeniseVB says:

      What’s so funny, nobody cares. The “they’ve got him now” ship sailed a long time ago. President Trump could probably still shoot a guy on 5th Ave and not lose a supporter 😀

      • votermom says:

        Depending on who he chose to shoot, I might throw a party.

      • Anthony says:

        I’m not spending a second watching this freak show. I have a feeling that the subsequent clips we’ll be seeing in the news ad nauseum for the next few days will be footage of the questions but not the answers. This is nothing more than an ad for the Dem/Soc debates.

        On the other hand, your headline uses the words Corey Booker and masculinity in the same sentence. THAT has me giggling like Anderson Cooper on mescaline.

        • swanspirit says:

          Watch that freak show? 👾👽👻🤖💩
          When Flea Market Flip is on?? Not a chance! 😁 I might miss something good!

        • DeniseVB says:

          I’m following a couple of people who are watching it and it does sound like another *clusterf**k* Kabuki performance. We’re missing NOTHING. 😀

        • Constance says:

          I turned on MSLSD for a few minutes and their expert panel looks pale and stricken especially Nicole. They don’t quite know what to say. Muller looks like an old guy who needs a keeper to walk to the mailbox. It’s not believable that he wrote the report given his demeanor.

    • lateblum says:

      Nadler opened the hearing with all but hailing Mueller as “Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior”. Then lead Mueller on the path to sainthood. The Ds are treating Mueller as a saintly fur while Rs are attacking – esp. Gomert and Jim Jordan. Jordan asked why the investigators charged “all those around the President” with lying to their questions while Mifsud, the man who started all this (past 3 years) lied right off the bat – three times – has never been charged and has never been called back for additional questioning.
      Mueller has been halting in his responses, and has acted confused. I don’t know if it’s an act or it is authentic. But it doesn’t reflect well on Mueller or his investigation. A brief intermission…. followed by a democrat who continues to worship and rescue Mueller and now Matt Gaetz, who is being direct while Mueller is being evasive.

  20. DeniseVB says:

    Speaking of soy boys,

  21. DeniseVB says:

    Good news, I guess. She’ll still go down as a fighting hero for the anti-Israel wing of the New Democrat Commie party.

  22. DeniseVB says:

    Feeling the twitter *love*, LOL ! (Scott’s little training tour is certainly packing them in, a good sign for Florida)

  23. DeniseVB says:

    This really sounds painful to watch,

    • taw46 says:

      I am watching. Mueller does sound clueless about DOJ policies and his own report.

      • DeniseVB says:

        Mu-Mu’s answers won’t be covered in the msm, but those brave warrior Dem reps’ questions will give the panels on MSNBCNN something to swoon about. LOL.

  24. votermom says:

  25. taw46 says:

    All the R’s are good, but Jim Jordan right now is great.

  26. DeniseVB says:

    True story.

  27. Woke Lola says:

    • John Denney says:

      “The Communist Manifesto” advocates the implementation of democracy.

      We’re a Republic.

      As Ben Franklin noted, democracy is two wolves and a sheep voting on what to have for dinner, but Liberty is a well armed sheep contesting the vote.

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  29. taw46 says:

    They saved several Dems to be the last ones to speak, so they can kiss ass to Mueller. Talking about his military service, appointed by republican president, served during 9/11, blah, blah, blah. I did not watch all of this, but saw quite a bit. Seems when the Dems questioned him, he was quick with a response. When the republicans questioned, he would ask them to repeat the question. Over and over. And didn’t seem to know what was in the effing report. And the Dems certainly sounded like they are using this as a reason to impeach, with Mueller’s blessing.

  30. helenk3 says:

    just going by the dem questions, why isn’t backtrack on trial? they things they are saying apply to him more than trump. collusion with a foreign power does that include giving 20% of our Uranium to Russia, letting China set up bases near our naval bases, giving billions of dollars to Iran and not really stopping their missile development?

    According to them a president can be indicted after leaving office, so when will they start with backtrack? He is still working with foreign powers against this country

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    • lateblum says:

      I don’t care for Mueller. Never have. Yet I hope his performance this morning was a performance – an act. Because it would be heartbreaking to see a man – almost any man – be so exposed the way he was as someone with dementia and so mentally frail. His presentation today seems to affirm there is something wrong with his picture.
      I know I sometimes lose words, and/or have to reach for words that have become elusive. It is painful. I fear that senility may be just around the corner and it terrifies me. It is gut-wrenching to see what it looks like so publicly.

  35. helenk3 says:

    saw pencilneck at the beginning of the PM hearing. He has his usual smirk that I just want to slap off his face

  36. helenk3 says:

    It is nice to see some of the younger republicans injecting some backbone into the republican party. For years they were like jellyfish no spine at all. The Trump effect maybe?

  37. helenk3 says:

    I do not understand why is it a crime if Trump knew wikileaks was going to publish something against Clinton ahead of the publication? Also isn’t research for info against your opponent in a political race a usual thing? I have heard about it being done for years in almost every campaign.

  38. taw46 says:

    This I liked, it’s your report, I want you to answer it. (This is the second hearing of the day, this time with House Intel.)

  39. taw46 says:

    wtf, Mueller says they aren’t responsible for leaks? As Rep Stewart holds up a binder with 25 incidents of leaks. Who exactly is responsible, if not his team?

  40. Dora says:

    ‘Brexit in 99 Days, No Ifs, No Buts’: Boris Johnson Makes First Speech as UK Prime Minister

    Boris Johnson stood at the podium before Downing Street and told a crowd of waiting journalists that he would take the United Kingdom out of the European Union “no ifs, no buts” in 99 days time.

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  42. helenk3 says:

    I would love someone on that committee to ask Mueller if delivering 20% of our uranium to Russia and then receiving millions of dollars to your “charity” is considered collusion? If not, why not?

    • helenk3 says:

      Putin must laughing his ass off. He has enough on Hilliary to own her forever and the dems cover for her and turn the investigation to Trump based on a report that she paid for that used foreign intelligent agents to gather

  43. lyn says:

    NBC reported that Mueller deflected questions 106 times.

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  45. Mothy67 says:

    My take on pre-Trump Rethugs.
    I live about a 20 minute walk outside of Pittsburgh. My congress critter has never had a real challenger. The city always elects idiot dims. I have tried to light a little fire. Now would be the time. I think it’s because the so called Republicans are getting everything they want. The county’s largest employer is UPMC (University of Pittsburgh Medical Center) They are non profit so they pay no taxes. Almost every industry is tied to the Universities. Kids who graduate from a city high school get two free years at Pitt if they can get in does not apply to the burbs. I have two yuuuge UPMC office buildings in my little borough which are non profit. Pitt has a 60 billion dollar endowment. It is not a state school (neither is Penn State or Temple) but they get more money from the taxpayer than the actual state schools. They even charge out of state tuition. All three (there is a 4th called Lincoln) have their own police departments. Just a sticker on a car. The university does not pay a dime. They are city cops dedicated to the schools. Vmom and Dandy can attest to how magnificent the Oakland area is. Higher education has been a boon here during downturns in the economy. Sadly entire towns have died painful deaths. Some areas look like third world countries. My brother was a boilermaker. He could make 200,000 before obama. It’s union. You spend years learning the trade. Very hard to get in. obummer pushed the union to allow illegals. They did not go through years of apprenticeships. Alexis, his daughter, was exploring college. I told my bro go to the mill. You have mad skills, but you will have to start out with 16 an hour. I said when Trump wins you will be a pig in Zen. He took a job at Clairton Works. Second largest coke plant in the world. He had to do almost a year of 16 dollar an hour grunt work because of union rules. He is not making 16 now. He had to get a passport as they send him all over the world.
    I want to use the word funny but it is not funny. Three days after he took the mill job there was an explosion and three men died. He would have been in that hole. Media blackout on how it happened.
    Fucking Steven. My toxic little bro.

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