Cory Booker’s Anti-Semitism Hypocrisy

Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) spoke at the Anti-Defamation League’s annual summit on anti-Semitism and hate Monday, where he insisted “it’s not enough” to say you’re not anti-Semitic, you “must be anti-anti-Semitism.”

This contradicts a tweet he sent out in 2016, however, in which he shared a photo of the Million Man March that included an image of renowned anti-Semite Louis Farrakhan. Booker’s tweet read, “Remembering the #MillionManMarch on October 16, 1995. May the unity and spirit of the march continue to live on.”

Farrakhan gave a speech in October in which he compared Jewish people to termites. “I’m not anti-Semite,” he said. “I’m anti-Termite.”