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Ketanji Brown Jackson Should Be Replaced as Supreme Court Nominee

During her confirmation hearing, Republican Senator Marsha Blackburn asked Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson a very simple question: Can you define the word “woman?”

“I can’t — ” Jackson replied.

“You can’t?” Blackburn said.

“Not in this context. I’m not a biologist,” Jackson replied.


What you are witnessing before your very eyes and ears is the death of common sense.

That a woman - and that's what she is, by the way - nominated to sit on the nation's highest court who will make some of the most important decisions that will shape our country can't clearly say what a woman is...clearly makes her unqualified.

If Brown Jackson or anyone else needs a few examples...

THIS is a woman:

Another woman:

Also women:

While we're at it:

Few if any people in the history of mankind would have disputed that any of these people were women before we entered the "woke" era in the U.S. and Brown Jackson said she wasn't qualified to determine what a woman is.

Which means she isn't qualified to sit on the Supreme Court.

Some have criticized Blackburn and others for their line of questions to Brown Jackson, but if she can't exhibit such basic common sense about the existence of females, why should we trust to her to make serious legal opinion that could affect us all?

No Republican should vote to confirm her.

We can expect Democrats to be stupid about this stuff. But if Republicans like Mitt Romney, Susan Collins, Lisa Murkowski and Ben Sasse plan to confirm... what are they thinking?

Romney obviously wants to run for president capitalizing on some mythical lane of voters that exist only in his mind. All four of these milquetoast Republicans are constantly at war with their own party.

They shouldn't vote to confirm Brown Jackson - which means they probably will.

If Ketanji Brown Jackson not being a biologist prevents her from deciding what a woman is, she shouldn't be deciding anything else either.

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