Biden Says That He Supports African American Female Judges Except He Is Lying Again

Whatever the sock puppet Joe Biden and Circle Back Jen Psaki are telling you now, in 2003, he was considering filibustering Judge Janice Rogers Brown. Brown was a nominee to serve on the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit by President George W. Bush. During the run-up to the confirmation hearing, Biden projected his intentions. Brown was one of the first Black female legal minds chosen who had a chance to serve on the Supreme Court of the United States.

On “Face The Nation” in 2003, Biden said that while Brown was exceptionally qualified, he had the right to shut down her nomination. She meets every one of his current requirements. She is a UCLA law school graduate who studied as a single parent and became a California Supreme Court member. She was an accomplished African American, but she was conservative. She was even descended from tenant farmers and was raised in Alabama during segregation.

Biden opposed the opportunity to confirm her as a DC Circuit judge. Democrats delayed Brown’s assignment and the rest of Bush’s circuit court nominations. It is too bad that there was no BLM in 2003. In 2005, after the Democrat filibuster, Bush designated Brown for the position again. A vote of 56 to 43 confirmed her.

Guess who voted against Brown. Democrat Senator Joseph Robinette Biden, Jr. With all this chaos in the Senate, Democrats pulled the trigger for the nuclear option and removed the filibuster for Executive Branch judicial nominees apart from those for the highest court in the land, the Supreme Court of the United States.

In 2006, Justice Sandra Day O’Connor retired from the Supreme Court. Brown would have been the very first Black lady named to fill a position on the Supreme Court. She was on President Bush’s list, but the nomination went to Justice Samuel Alito. Senator Joe Biden messaged that he would refuse to hear her nomination.

On “Face the Nation,” Biden said that if Bush named Brown, he would guarantee that he would lead a troublesome battle and might filibuster her nomination. Biden added that the Supreme Court was a unique fight and that circuit court judges are different. He made a distinction based on the magnitude of the effect on judges’ level of the decision. The SCOTUS sets precedents, which should give every Senator in 2022 pause when it comes to Ketanji Brown Jackson and her ideology.

Democrats today think that Biden objected to Brown’s conservative philosophy. Will they treat Republicans who oppose Jackson’s philosophy in the same way? Brown objected to affirmative action and abortion, but she could not think for herself as a Black woman. Instead, only a woman like Jackson, who upholds every one of the liberal issues, is worth the nod from Biden.

Democrat Senators Elizabeth Warren and Dick Durbin like to play the race card to terrify the GOP and force them to vote for Jackson. But brave conservatives must take the chance to call out Democrats as the bigots they are for how they voted against Janice Rogers Brown but demand that we support Ketanji Brown Jackson. Republicans do not have the votes to stop Jackson. Still, they can point out that only certain African American women meet Joe’s twisted criteria for justice and precedent-setting lifetime appointments.