Ketanji Brown Jackson confirmed Supreme Court

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07 Apr 2022, 1:55 pm

Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson becomes the first public defender and the first black woman to sit on America's highest court!

Senate confirms Ketanji Brown Jackson



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07 Apr 2022, 2:12 pm

I already covered this subject  HERE 



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07 Apr 2022, 2:25 pm

It should be noted that ABC News apparently doesn't know what bipartisan means.



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07 Apr 2022, 4:36 pm

Romney, Collins, and Murkowski voting along with the Democrats is about as bipartisan as the Senate gets these days! The gulf between the parties right now is huge.

Glad Jackson has been confirmed. Sure she'll be a good Justice. It makes the people who claimed Biden would appoint someone unqualified look rather silly... but then, that makes a change from the people who thought Kavanaugh and Gorsuch would be Republican lackeys looking silly.



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08 Apr 2022, 8:33 pm

The_Walrus wrote:
Romney, Collins, and Murkowski voting along with the Democrats is about as bipartisan as the Senate gets these days! The gulf between the parties right now is huge.

Glad Jackson has been confirmed. Sure she'll be a good Justice. It makes the people who claimed Biden would appoint someone unqualified look rather silly... but then, that makes a change from the people who thought Kavanaugh and Gorsuch would be Republican lackeys looking silly.


People were thinking that those three, plus Manchin and Sinema, would vote no.

I was thinking some of the GOP senators who were retiring would vote yes (Pat Toomey in particular).