Biden promised black voters in South Carolina he would pick a black woman. And he did. The result doesn’t represent America, the law or the Constitution, just people who fit a particular identity group.
And that’s the victory message that Ketanji Brown Jackson had in her speech.
“It has taken 232 years and 115 prior appointments for a black woman to be selected to serve on the Supreme Court of the United States. But we’ve made it. We made it, all of us,” Jackson said on the South Lawn of the White House, receiving a standing ovation from the audience.
Who’s we? All of us is black women or 6.6% of the population.
(But I’m glad that Ketanji Brown Jackson has figured out that black women exist without the aid of a biologist.)
Justices are supposed to represent the Constitution, not “all of us”. That’s the sort of cult of personality garbage that hacks like Obama put out there to make it seem like their personal political victories were wins for “all of us”.
Ketanji Brown Jackson isn’t a win for all of us. It’s a big defeat. Nor, for that matter, is it a win for all black women. It’s a win for one Harvard Ivy League lawyer from a wealthy family trying to make it sound like she’s another Obama.
This is a win for critical race theory, for pedophiles and criminals, and a big loss for the Founding Fathers and the Constitution she intends to defile.