Cooker Booker’s campaign has become an absolute trainwreck.
And something just happened that is making things worse.
Cory Booker’s girlfriend made an announcement that is so embarrassing he may be forced to end his campaign.
It’s no secret Senator Booker’s campaign is going down the drain.
He is polling below fringe candidates like Andrew Yang and doesn’t appear to have any chances of victory in any of the early primary states.
His few supporters are made up of legislators from his home state and a handful of Hollywood celebrities.
Now, his girlfriend has revealed that she isn’t even supporting him for President.
Rosario Dawson told the press, “Regardless of Cory, I wasn’t going to be behind any particular candidate this election”.
Actress Rosario Dawson, the girlfriend of Democrat presidential hopeful and Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ), has no immediate plans to endorse the White House hopeful’s presidential bid.
“Regardless of Cory, I wasn’t going to be behind any particular candidate this election,” Dawson stated at Variety’s Toronto Film Festival. “I really just want to be behind the electorate.”
Dawson also discussed the media’s double standard when it comes to her and Cory Booker, saying that the press has not given much attention to her upcoming appearance in the Zombieland sequal.
“He’s hoping to make the ‘Zombieland’ premiere, but I’m curious to see, if he doesn’t, if he’s going to get the same amount of press being like ‘why aren’t you supporting your women,” Dawson said. “I’ve been getting all this press like ‘Why aren’t you at your man’s side’ when I’ve made it really clear that it’s okay to be a working mom.”
This is a humiliating blow for Cory Booker’s campaign.
Not even his girlfriend is willing to support his bid for the White House.
If he can’t convince his own girlfriend to lend him her support, how can he expect to get Iowa voters to come out to the polls for him?
The media and Booker’s campaign are trying to downplay the story.
The more Democrat voters hear about it, he will become the laughing stock of the Democratic field.
What do you think? Should Cory Booker suspend his campaign?