Cory Booker Accused of Sexual Assault in Awkwardly Erotic Twitter Thread

Junior Senator Cory Booker of New Jersey is in hot water following an anonymous sexual assault claim from Twitter user TheeDeepThroat, according to Queerty. The… detailed… account is definitely steamy and definitely bad. 

In this rant, Mr. Deep Throat recalls speaking to Senator Booker after entering a single-occupancy restroom and during the conversation, Booker said “Being a hero was a serious turn-on. The Senate appreciates fine citizens like you. Especially this senator.” Hot enough yet? The Twitter user then goes on to say that Cory started rubbing his (Deep Throat's) crotch through his jeans and eventually pushed him down to his knees, presumably because the senator wanted a blowjob. 

Deep Throat was so affected by this "incident" that he's had trouble keeping a job and has gone to three different therapists in order to combat the trauma he experienced. He also mocked people who use  #metoo, saying that Alyssa Milano made coming forward as a victim of sexual assault a liberal ploy to attack conservatives. Of course, the Tweeter in Chief and other trolls flocked to this accusation and promptly mocked Senator Booker  Some Twitter users said that Booker was guilty without having to do an investigation, which I assume, is because of Booker's stance on Brett Kavanaugh's character during the Supreme Court hearing. 

Sexual assault is something that should not be taken lightly but I just don't believe that Cory Booker did something like this. The accusations read like a tawdry, cheap fanfic and are completely anonymous on Twitter, of all places. Plus, Booker has already admitted to sexual assault in the past and it would not be in his best interest to commit sexual assault again, seeing as it would make him a massive hypocrite and he would lose his position as senator. If the accuser does come forward then I am all for a thorough investigation, but for now, the accusation is just cheap erotica.


h/t: Queerty, Washington Post

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