Rand Paul Ruins Biden’s SCOTUS Nominee with Brilliant Questions

Kentanji Brown Jackson, Biden’s press secretary, ridiculously said that she couldn’t say what a woman is when asked to do so by Senator Marsha Blackburn.

Specifically, Sen. Blackburn asked “Can you provide a definition for the word ’woman’?” Jackson, in a ridiculous statement following a bit of back and forth, said “Not in this context. I’m not a biologist.”

Biologist or not, knowing what a woman is is important, particularly for a Supreme Court justice that will have to rule on cases involving that question and the issues of gender that have become legion in America as of late.

Senator Rand Paul ripped her over her inability to say what a woman is and explained why that is so important during a Newsmax appearance.

Beginning his takedown of future Justice Jackson, Paul got right to the point, giving numerous examples of just how that question might come up, saying:

[M]y main objection has been to her sort of inability to answer even the simplest questions. You know, Senator [Marsha] Blackburn asked her a question and said, ‘Can you define a woman?’ Well, if you’re not even willing to answer that question and many of the questions she has been unwilling to answer — if you can’t answer the question, ‘What is a woman?’ or the definition of a woman, how is she going to adjudicate Title IX cases that have to do with women or women in sports? How is she going to adjudicate whether a boy who swims for [U Penn] can all of a sudden switch and pretend to be a girl and swim on the girls’ team?

Indeed. That’s really the question and why Blackburn’s question was so important: The question is one that needs to be answered, regardless of whether Jackson wants to or not. It’ll come up sooner or later and we’ll know her opinion then, so it’s necessary to understand it now.

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4 thoughts on “Rand Paul Ruins Biden’s SCOTUS Nominee with Brilliant Questions”

  1. For a party that claims to believe in science they once again display how they failed basic biology. If you can’t tell the difference in sexes you DO NOT belong in the justice department period. We need to stop this BS that teaches there are more than two sexes because science says there are just two. There is no “feel” like sex because there are no chromosomes for “feel” like BS but there are for male and female. It’s science people.

  2. This is of concern for many. I am more concerned that she gave less than the recommend sentences for those who trade in child porn. Her reasoning seems shallow and does not fit any offense I have ever heard. The reason she gave was that you could using a computer pump this nasty stuff to thousands of people using a computer. Personally I think that reflects poorly on her ability to adjust her thoughts to victims. Those children have whole lives to live under the cloud of this action by pedophiles. She said they could do this in 15-20 minutes and then be looking at 10,20, 30 years in prison. That is why she gave them less time than recommended, they SPENT LESS TIME INFLICTING THIS STUFF, left me speechless- they are not the focus of “fair”- you can never give those children what they deserve, but you sure as hell should have given the preps years in jail to think about this.

  3. By her reasoning, a murderer shouldn’t do life in prison. After all, we can’t judge him on 15 minutes of his life.

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