During a campaign stop in Baggersville, California yesterday, melodramatic liberal senator Cory Booker announced that he has authored a bill to add a “sin tax”, similar to liquor and cigarettes, to all red meat sold in the United States. Booker, an avowed vegan, told the collected crowd of thousands that the tax would offset the costs of medical care from meat-loving Americans “eating unhealthily” :
“I’ve heard that human beings are ‘omnivores’. Created to eat plants as well as animals. This is simply not true. Cows and chickens deserve to live just as much as you do, my friends, without fear of becoming lunch. Nearly every illness and cancer has been linked to eating animal flesh. I’m proposing this bill to help change minds and stomachs.”
Moaning about the plight of.animals that God clearly intended to be slaughtered and swallowed has been a long time habit of the senator, who resembles a cross between Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, and a pine nut with arms and legs. Booker declared his candidacy for 2020 early on, and is most popular in California, Oregon, and other similar places where liberals run around in Birkenstocks singing abortion songs and driving wind-cars.
Will this “meat tax” help or hurt Booker’s chances? All I know is that a salad isn’t a meal. It’s the food that my food eats. If they raise the price of my double Whopper just to let the liberals sleep without wetting their beds, there’s gonna be blowback. Molom labe.