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THE PEOPLE HAVE SPOKEN: Judge Jackson’s Inability to Define ‘Woman’ Is Most Concerning

4 in 10 readers of The 4PM found Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson’s inability to define the word “woman” particularly problematic.

WHAT YOU’RE SAYING

In Friday’s poll, we asked: “Of these headline-making non-answers by Jackson, which one worries you most?”

  • 38% of you said: “‘I’m not a biologist.’ — on why she can’t define a woman.”
  • 24% said: “‘I don’t know.’ — on when human life begins.”
  • 22% said: “‘All we’re trying to do is be rational in our dealing with some of the most horrible kinds of behavior.’ — on giving child pornography offenders light sentences.”
  • 12% said: “‘I have not reviewed any of those books, any of those ideas.’ — on whether babies are racist, as suggested by some “CRT” children’s books.”
  • 4% said: “‘Judges should not be speaking to political issues.’ — on whether she thinks court-packing is a good idea.”

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