During the “Powerhouse Roundtable” segment on ABC, the left-wing media continues to prove that any criticism of them has some unpleasant motives. This week, Co-host John Carl claimed that GOP Judge Ketanzi was questioning Brown Jackson about his light sentence to child pornography offenders “a message to QAnon”.
During a teaser for the upcoming panel, Carl claimed that the GOP senator had questions “Strict and very unusual “ And ask “The sharp question is what can counter fire” On the Republican Party in the upcoming midterm elections.
Later on the show during the panel segment, Carl turned to former Democratic National Committee chairwoman and current ABC News contributor Donna Brazil to ask him about the recently concluded confirmation hearing. As you can imagine Brazil was not happy:
Minority leader McConnell promised us that this would be a fair process. Free from hatred. And the first question on a scale of one to ten in 30 minutes or 60 minutes, tell me about your religion, your religious beliefs. There is no religious text. And then, of course the other one, define a woman. The best was – you know, for me watching these activities, quoting Dr. King and then turning Dr. King into someone who is still fighting for their dreams, it was tragic.
Carl answers whining about GOP senators “Focus on child pornography and pedophiles.” Brazil fired in response “QAnon.”
Surprisingly, Carl agreed “It was a message to QAnon, wasn’t it?” To argue that “These are not big cases. It was a decision to punish.”
National Review editor Ramesh Pannuru intervened that he thought the whole debate was about saying that “some Democrats thought it was in their best interests to make those people represent the whole Republican Party.” Dr. found the truth of the matter “Most of the questions were not only normal, but also a kind of anti-climate.”
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John Carl: During his confirmation hearing this week, Judge Ketanji Brown asked Jackson some tough and very unusual questions from Republicans. But as the parties prepare for the midterm elections, could there still be a sharply questionable backfire in the GOP? We will discuss the hearing with our round table after this analysis from Five Silver’s Net Silver.
Carl: And Donna, before we go, I need to get your thoughts on Ketanji Brown Jackson’s confirmation hearing.
Donna Brazil: McConnell, the minority leader, promised us that this would be a fair process. Free from hatred. And the first question on a scale of one to ten in 30 minutes or 60 minutes, tell me about your religion, your religious beliefs. There is no religious text. And then, of course the other one, define a woman. The best was – you know, for me watching these activities, quoting Dr. King and then turning Dr. King into someone who is still fighting for their dreams, it was tragic.
Carl: But the focus is on child pornography and pedophiles.
Carl: That was a message to QAnon, wasn’t it? These are not big cases, these were sentencing sentences.
Ramesh Ponnuru: We had a confirmation process where everyone almost forgot the conclusion that he was going to be sure. And so some Republicans, some Republicans wanted to take some shots and make some political points. And some Democrats saw those people working as if they represented the entire Republican Party, and that was the whole confirmation hearing when, in fact, most of the questions were not only normal, they were climate-sensitive. .
Carl: The majority? I mean there were a lot of questions on pedophiles. Anyway we’re running out of time.