Cory Booker in ‘A Few Good Gay Men’

Cory Booker in ‘A Few Good Gay Men’

Remember when Cory Booker (NJ-D) went off the rails?

He turned the Secretary of State confirmation hearing for former CIA Director Mike Pompeo into a truth or dare session on Pompeo’s opinions on “gay sex”.

Booker demanded an answer on whether Pompeo felt “gay sex” was a “perversion.” The only thing more shocking is that the Democrat stopped there.

Why not ask if beastiality is a perversion, since we are on the subject of sex. No wait, what about sex with children?! Because Hillary Clinton’s and John Kerry’s State Departments were chocked full of pedophiles.

But they were never insulted to such a degree.

Booker was referring to a speech Pompeo made in 2015 while he was a Kansas congressman, which cited a prayer delivered by the Rev. Joe Wright.

Pompeo said he would treat State Department employees fairly regardless of their sexual orientation should he be confirmed. However, many in the LGBTQ community were sure to note that Pompeo did not directly answer Booker’s question about whether he views homosexuality as a perversion.

Mike Pompeo, Cory Booker

Pompeo stated – “When I was a politician, I had a very clear view on whether it was appropriate for two same-sex persons to marry. I stand by that position. I believe it’s the case we have married gay couples at the CIA. You should know I treated them with the exact same set of rights.”

Booker responded, unwilling to concede the point despite it having nothing whatsoever to do with foreign policy or the scope of the job expected of the Secretary of State – “Do you believe gay sex is a perversion, yes or no? Yes or no, sir? Do you believe that gay sex is a perversion because that’s what you said here in one of your speeches. Yes or no, do you believe gay sex is a perversion?”

Pompeo refused to be deterred.

He answered, “…my respect for every individual, regardless of their sexual orientation, is the same, and it will be so if I’m confirmed.”

AGAIN Booker pressed Pompeo – “Your views do matter. You’re going to be dealing with Muslim states on Muslim issues. And I do not necessarily concur that you are putting forward the values of our nation when you believe there are people in our country are perverse.”

I see a scene from A Few Good Men, except perhaps this film is titled: A Few Good Gay Men:

Judge Randolph: [to Booker from the judge’s bench] Consider yourself in contempt!

Booker: Director Pompeo, did you order the straight sex?

Judge Randolph: You don’t have to answer that question!

Dir Pompeo: I’ll answer the question!

[to Booker]

Dir Pompeo: You want answers?

Booker: I think I’m entitled to.

Dir Pompeo: You want answers?




Dir Pompeo Son, we live in a world that has walls, and those walls have to be guarded by men with penises. Who’s gonna do it? You? You, Lt. Weinberg? I have a greater responsibility than you could possibly fathom. You weep for gay sex and you curse the Marines. You have that luxury. You have the luxury of not knowing what I know; that being against gay sex, while tragic, probably saved lives. And my existence, while grotesque and incomprehensible to you, *saves lives*. You don’t want the truth because deep down in places you don’t talk about at parties, you want me on that wall. You need me on that wall. We use words like honor, code, loyalty. We use these words as the backbone of a life spent defending something. You use them as a punchline. I have neither the time nor the inclination to explain myself to a man who rises and sleeps under the blanket of the very freedom that I provide, and then questions the manner in which I provide it! I would rather you just said “thank you” and went on your way, Otherwise, I suggest you pick up a weapon and stand a post. Either way, I don’t give a *damn* what you think you are entitled to!

Kaffee: Did you order the straight sex?!

Dir Pompeo: I did the job I…

Kaffee: [interupts him] *Did you order the straight sex!?*

Dir Pompeo: *You’re God damn right I did!*

Imagine the flip side of that discussion. If Booker were asked if he condoned “straight sex”?

No matter what sexual orientation of a person, the idea of inquiring about their sexual habits is crass…period.

Because although people may disagree about sexual orientation, in our normal lives we aren’t generally confronted with such issues, unless you’re walking skid row, and happen to see “ladies of the evening” doing their jobs.

However, the LGBTQ movement condones this nonsense. They refuse to be seen as human beings, ergo doctors, writers, secretaries, as they prefer to be viewed by their sexuality. And simple disagreement is not allowed.

The LGBTQ community is militant in their demands that acceptance will occur and any disagreement will not be tolerated.  The useful idiots on the left such as Booker continue to push this agenda.  To those that disagree utter destruction is wrought – careers and livelihoods destroyed, publicly shamed and ostracized.

Hollywood and pop culture weigh in, adding homosexual characters in TV,  movies, documentaries, and various news magazines. The Left force homosexuality on our children in public schools. Carefully manufactured depictions portrayed gay nuptials as a means for families and communities to heal old wounds while a sense of Happily Ever After descends over the land.

Phony media polls were then paraded before the American people proclaiming to one and all that the majority of America was in favor of gay marriage – except the votes across the country simply did not bear that out. In referendums all around the country, even California, gay marriage failed.

So the left removed the mask and the gloves came off.

Discussion and democracy ended abruptly and the right became the target of venomous hate campaigns and boycotts.

Non-believers in gay sex are publicly ostracized and shamed. Their businesses were ruined. Conservatives are slapped with scarlet letters and labeled as bigots and homophobes, branded as Nazis who hide behind the cloak of our “evil” Christianity.

After the Supreme Court justices found themselves afflicted with a significant case of black robe fever, they chose to impose gay marriage upon the populace of America that had repeatedly stated they wanted no part of it albeit with the exceptions of Maine and Maryland. Almost immediately, the left wing activists came out backed by media propaganda and their fascist sycophants started their persecution of Christians – violating our first amendment rights by forcing us to chose between making a living and betraying our religious beliefs, between staying in business and religious liberty in a nation whose very foundation is based around religious liberty.
Now men like Booker pose questions designed to entrap. They show disdain for religious conscience and opinions regarding homosexuality.  Meanwhile, Christians anxiously await the decision of the same Supreme Court to decide on whether forcing wedding cake artists, floral artists, and the like to participate in faux wedding is indeed Constitutional.

The issue of gay marriage will also be the sword that the LGBTQ hope eventually brings down the Christian church — which was always the goal of the Left. They will fail.


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