Sen. Cory Booker has a long history of being a black activist and racial instigator. Like Al Sharpton, he finds racial issues where there aren’t any. Now he plans to testify against Attorney General nominee Sen. Jeff Sessions because of alleged racist comments made by Sessions over 30 years ago.

Sen. Cory Booker will make history Wednesday when he becomes the first sitting senator to testify against another sitting senator for a Cabinet post as he fights Jeff Sessions’ nomination to become President-elect Donald Trump’s attorney general.

The decision has thrust Booker, a New Jersey Democrat and fixture on lists of potential 2020 presidential candidates, into the limelight.
Republicans quickly accused Booker of seeking to improve his own political prospects.

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