Booker: Trump’s Census Push ‘Another Rank Failure of His’

‘This is a pattern of his, where he’s attempted to do things, gets stopped by the courts, public outcries, even people within his own party’

EXCERPT:

BOOKER: "No, this was another rank failure of his, echoing back to when he set up a commission to study the all the so-called illegal voters and millions of people that illegally voted in his campaign. This is a pattern of his where he’s attempted to do things, gets stopped by the courts, public outcries, even people within his own party. This was a cynical attempt at the start and now he’s still standing in the Rose Garden talking about terrorizing immigrant communities, separating families, tearing away business owners and, you know, parents and grandparents. This immigration policy is all about fear and his attempts to inject fear into our culture. To suppress the count, a constitutionally mandated count in the census and give himself some kind of political advantage by playing from the same playbook that we’ve seen throughout our history by demagogues.”

(Via Breitbart)

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