This week, all eyes continue to be focused on the future of the Supreme Court.
The Senate Judiciary Committee met Monday to discuss President Biden's nominee for the Supreme Court, Judge Kentanji Brown Jackson. After holding hearings last week, the committee will likely vote on Judge Jackson's nomination as early as Monday, April 4.
We welcome you to read the facts below, watch some of her controversial answers on topics affecting you and your communities, and share this story with your social media networks.
Couldn't Define 'Woman'
— In case you missed it, as the video above shows, Sen. Marsha Blackburn asked Judge Jackson to define the word "woman." She went on to say, "I'm not a biologist."
— It is crucial that our leaders acknowledge basic truths. This is sadly yet another example of someone unable to recognize and affirm the importance of men and women's God-given unique abilities.
Proven Anti-Life Record
— When asked by Sen. Feinstein about Roe v. Wade, Judge Jackson called the high court's landmark decision "settled law," noting it has been repeatedly reaffirmed by the court and "relied upon."
— When asked by Sen. John Kennedy, "In your opinion, when does life begin?" Judge Jackson responded, "Senator, I don't know."
— As an attorney, Jackson co-authored an amicus brief on behalf of the National Abortion Rights Action League and other abortion groups, supporting the creation of a free speech "buffer zone" where pro-life advocates were barred from speaking to pregnant women before entering an abortion clinic.
— After the Trump administration blocked funding for the Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program, which helped fund Planned Parenthood, Judge Jackson restored their funding in a class action lawsuit.
Controversial School Support
— Judge Jackson serves on the board of Georgetown Day School. Senator Blackburn cited that the school "teaches kindergartners—5-year-old children—that they can choose their gender and teaches them about so-called white privilege." The school has also hosted an organization called "Woke Kindergarten."
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