Cory Booker Accidentally Admits Sanctuary Cities Are Unsafe

Sometimes when Democrats speak they destroy their arguments because the arguments they have made were never based on facts.

Democrats like to argue platitudes and virtue signaling but not address the actual issues they say that they support.

That was the case with Democrat 2020 presidential contender, New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker when he appeared on “Face The Nation” on Sunday.

Democratic presidential candidate Senator Cory Booker, of New Jersey, accused President Trump of trying to incite anger and divide Americans with his threat to release undocumented immigrants from the border into sanctuary cities. CBS News’ “Face the Nation” moderator Margaret Brennan asked Booker whether the president’s threat was an empty one — whether he was, perhaps, creating friction in order to jumpstart a Congress that has not acted on immigration.

“You say ‘friction’ — I say he’s trying to pit Americans against each other and make us less safe,” Booker said in the interview.

Wait. Hold on. It appears that Sen. Booker said that sanctuary cities are not safe and adding more illegal immigrants to them would make them less safe.