There’s at least one person that Ketanji Brown Jackson never expected to get in her way of being confirmed to the Supreme Court.
Unfortunately, that’s the very person who might just ensure that she never gets to accomplish her dream.
Ketanji, and the answers she is giving during her confirmation hearing, is raising more than a little concern among conservative politicians and other Americans.
Her vague “judicial philosophy” leaves all sorts of room for interpretation and changing of law philosophy, providing a path for liberals to erode the values, traditions, and rules that have made America the greatest country in the world.
Jennifer Mascott is an associate professor of law at George Mason University’s Anonin Scalia Law School. All that to say: she knows her stuff.
It is Mascott’s interpretation that Judge Ketanji’s refusal to clearly embrace originalism raises concerns about how fully Jackson Brown is really willing to defend America’s Constitution.
Liberals have of course refused to bring up the paradox of how can Brown possibly defend the Constitution while at the same time maintaining that it is racist via her support of Critical Race Theory.
These tiny logistical questions don’t bother them, however. They wanted to make sure a white person wasn’t nominated, and they refused to see a male nominated.
As long as the nominee met their racist and sexist parameters, they couldn’t be happier! Who cares about what she’s actually done as a judge?