Cory Booker’s Got a Liberal Litmus Test for Christians: You Approve of Gay Sex, or You Can’t Serve

Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) says he will not vote for President Trump's nominee to head the State Department, singling out the nominee's Christian views on sexuality.

"Do you believe that gay sex is a perversion?" That was the question directed at CIA Director Mike Pompeo last week during his Senate confirmation hearings to become the next secretary of state.

Christian leaders are now accusing Booker of violating Article IV of the US Constitution which states, "No religious test shall ever be required as a qualification to any office of public trust under the United States." 

Then on Facebook, Booker implied that people with biblical views, like Pompeo, are responsible for depression and social problems among homosexuals.

"At a time when suicide rates for gay youth are painfully high; at a time when gay youth make up an unacceptable level—40 percent—of homeless youth; ...what does it mean that we elevate a man to be our Secretary of State—4th in line to the presidency—who believes that a gay youth is a perversion?"

Senator Booker's office did not respond to a request for a comment. But on his Facebook page, Booker said of Pompeo, "He and I are Christians. We believe in the ideal and mandate: Love thy neighbor. There are no exceptions to this."

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Reported by: CBN News

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