June 20, 2024

Supreme Court Nominee Ketanji Brown Can’t Define what a Woman Is

Tennessee Senator Marsha Blackburn questions Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson and asks her to define a woman.

Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson Asked To Define A Woman

Tennessee Senator Marsha Blackburn questions Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson and asks her to define a woman. ‘Do you agree with Justice Ginsburg that there are physical differences between men and women that are enduring?’ the senator asked. When Jackson claimed she had never heard the quote, Blackburn asked directly: ‘Can you define the word ”woman”?’


Senator Blackburn: “Can you provide a definition for the word ‘woman?’

Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson: “Can I provide a definition? No. I can’t.”

Senator Blackburn: “You can’t?”

Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson: “Not in this context. I am not a biologist.”


RNC Research on Twitter: “Senator @tedcruz: “I think you’re the only Supreme Court nominee in history who’s been unable to answer the question: what is a woman?” pic.twitter.com/y7MsJLvMU9 / Twitter”

Senator @tedcruz: “I think you’re the only Supreme Court nominee in history who’s been unable to answer the question: what is a woman?” pic.twitter.com/y7MsJLvMU9


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