Ketanji Brown Jackson on Principles & Values
Conservative news pundit Tucker Carlson has recently been criticized for his racist remarks about the legitimacy of Jackson's experience and expertise. Carlson demanded to see Jackson's LSAT scores, attempting to build an aura of mystery around the affair as if Biden was scrambling to hide Jackson's law school application.
There have been many unsubstantiated rumors about how Jackson got into Harvard or about how much knowledge she really possesses about the legal system. These events commonly play out when minorities enter positions of power.
"I do believe in religious liberty," Jackson told Hawley. It is, she said, a "foundational tenet of our entire government." But Jackson distanced herself from the Montrose Christian statement of faith, telling Hawley that she had "served on many boards" and did not "necessarily agree with all of the statements that those boards might have in their materials." And in this case, she added, she "was not aware of" the statement of beliefs.
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Samuel Alito(since 2006)
Amy Coney Barrett(since 2020)
Stephen Breyer(since 1994)
Neil Gorsuch(since 2017)
Ketanji Brown Jackson(nominated 2022)
Elena Kagan(since 2010)
Brett Kavanaugh(since 2018)
John Roberts(since 2005)
Sonia Sotomayor(since 2009)
Clarence Thomas(since 1991)
Merrick Garland(nominated 2016)
Ruth Bader Ginsburg(1993-2020)
John Paul Stevens(1975-2010)
Sandra Day O'Connor(1981-2006)
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