Thursday CBS Morning Led by co-host and Democratic Party donor Gayle King, the show turned into a world detached from reality, with the show saying that Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson had a Republican question. “Hard” And “Too painful to look at” As “[i]It didn’t feel so personal to see him attacked. “ And “Indexed” Inside “Show” Fashion is over “Something that has nothing to do with what he’s going to do.”
If Brett Kavanagh and Amy Connie chose not to forget the questions and media coverage of Barrett’s Democratic Party (or assumed the audience was too stupid to remember), King probably saw no problem with the orthodoxy, lies and indecency between the two previous nominees. .
That’s what co-presenter Net Burleson said at the event’s Eye Opener “The mood is burning … over” His “Medical” When King led their Jackson segment that “[t]Tensions and emotions ran high, ”said the Republican “I’ve talked a lot.”
Throwing in Congressman Nicole Killian, King Huff said: “I saw a lot of hearings yesterday. It was very painful to watch. A lot yesterday afternoon. ”
Killian agreed and played the race card subtly, calling Wednesday’s activity “An emotional and full hearing with the attack on the first black woman that could be confirmed in the Supreme Court.”
With particular reference to Senator Lindsay Graham (R-SC), Killian used her questions to frame the GOP:
It was punctuated by a series of controversial exchanges that began with Lindsay Graham of South Carolina, who watched the trial of Judge Brett Kavanagh … everything needed a judge until he relentlessly questioned the record of his conviction in a child abuse case.
Killian paused during the break to stop him: “What do you say to those who think your question line is inappropriate?”
“He won’t answer my question,” he replied, to which Killian replied back in a voice-over.[i]It was a pause that echoed the same demands made by Republicans on other committees. ”
On the fluff side, Killian said that “Jackson did well on the last day of his interrogation.” And Republican reprimands by Senators Maggie Hirono (DHI) and Ben Sase (R-NE).
The CBS reporter closed Senator Corey Booker’s (D-NJ) bid by cheering and closing his “closing argument”, which is, in fact, an embarrassing display of tears in a political speech.
Both Barleson and King have described Booker “Word” As “Powerful” And the former explained his statements about hearing being “difficult” to see in a real throw-the-remote-a-t-t-vt:
It was so hard, I thought, to see yesterday, no matter how you feel about it. It seemed very personal to see him being attacked for something he had nothing to do with what he was going to do. That’s the thing I got. Lindsay Graham – Many of these people have voted for her several times. And, now all of a sudden, it was hard to see how he was treated.
Burleson agrees: “Yes. I think the word attack is an appropriate word here. “
As our friend in Life News Wrote On Twitter, Jackson’s questions (which focus on judicial matters) were “not as painful as being sexually abused and seeing your abuser back on the street.”
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March 24, 2022
7:01 a.m. [TEASE]
[ON-SCREEN HEADLINE: Historic Hearings]
NATE BURLESON: Tensions are running high in the Senate hearing over the conduct of Supreme Court-appointed judge Ketanji Brown Jackson.
Senator Dick Durbin (D-IL): Senator, would you please let him respond?
Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX); No, no, if he doesn’t answer my question.
Durbin: Are you just –
[ON-SCREEN HEADLINE: SCOTUS Confirmation Gets Heated; Republicans Press Supreme Court Nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson]
Gayle King: Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s Supreme Court confirmation hearing ends later today. Excitement and emotion escalated yesterday when Jackson was confronted with some of the toughest questions from Republican soldiers. [sic] – Senators, but also those who have said a lot.
Senator Josh Howley (R-MO): So you’re not going to answer my question?
Ketanji Brown Jackson: No, I answered your question, and my answer is –
Howley: You didn’t answer, I’m asking you, and you refuse to answer.
Senator Lindsay Graham (R-SC): Well, well –
Jackson: I understand, Senator, but –
Graham: Good. I hope you e.
Jackson: What I’m trying to do is –
Durbin: Please let him finish.
Jackson: In that chart –
Cruz: All right, Judge, you said that before. These are eight or nine child porn cases. I will say, to correct the record, I will speak –
Durbin: I’ll just tell the judge, there’s no point in answering. He’s going to stop you.
Jackson: Thank you.
King: Nicole Killian is in the hearing room on Capitol Hill. Nicole, I saw a lot of hearings yesterday. It was very painful to watch. A lot yesterday afternoon. What can you tell us about the final day plan?
Nicole Killian: Well, today’s plan is that Judge Jackson will not be in the hot seat because a panel of experts testified after an emotional and extensive hearing that the first attack on a black woman is likely to be confirmed in the Supreme Court. .
Jackson: I love this country – [PAUSE] – Because I love the law. –
Murder: Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson did well on the last day of his interrogation.
CRUZ: The chairman refuses to allow a witness to answer a question. [GAVEL BANGS] You can stand as loud as you want –
KILLION: It was punctuated by a series of controversial exchanges, starting with Lindsay Graham of South Carolina, who needed a judge for everything from watching Judge Brett Kavanagh’s hearing.
Graham: He was shocked. How would you feel if we did this to you?
Murder: – Relentless questioning of his punishment record in child abuse cases.
Jackson: These defendants –
Graham: Wait, Judge. Do you think that one of the biggest obstacles in getting someone to view child pornography on the computer in the most disgusting way is to monitor their computer habits versus keeping them in jail?
Jackson: No, Senator. I did not say vs.
Graham: That’s exactly what you said.
Senator Patrick Leahy (D-VT): I thought it was offensive when he was trying to testify to this woman’s badgering.
Murder [TO GRAHAM]: Those who think your question line is inappropriate, what do you say?
Graham: He won’t answer my question.
KILLION: It was a pause echoing the same demands made by other committee Republicans.
Hawley: I’m sitting here asking you questions, and you’re refusing to answer.
Jackson: I explained how the guidelines work. [JUMP CUT] Judges across the country are scrambling to figure out how to implement the guidelines. [JUMP CUT] Do you have any other questions for me?
Hawley: Yes, I do. I do.
Murder: Senators on both sides of the corridor tried to block the dial.
Senator Maji Hirono (DHI): I will try to spread some light in this room.
Senator Ben Sass (R-NE): I think we should admit that the jackfruit we often see is partly looted by people for short-term camera opportunities.
Killian: But Corey Booker of New Jersey made the concluding argument:
Senator Corey Booker (D-NJ): And you couldn’t get there because of some leftist agenda. [CUT — NO SCREEN WIPE] Here’s how every black woman in America who has come from anywhere has done it. You’ve earned this space. You deserve it. You are a great American.
Murder: There were other notable issues raised. For example, Judge Jackson said he would withdraw from an upcoming Supreme Court case involving his alma mater Harvard if he was convinced. The committee is expected to vote on his nomination on April 4. Nat?
Barrison: Nicole, thank you. I must say that the words of Senator Corey Booker were strong.
KING: It was very strong. It was so hard, I thought, to see yesterday, no matter how you feel about it. It seemed very personal to see him being attacked for something he had nothing to do with what he was going to do. That’s the thing I got. Lindsay Graham – Many of these people have voted for her several times. And, now all of a sudden, it was hard to see how he was treated.
Barrison: Yes. I think the word attack is an appropriate word here.
KING: Yes. Yes, yes.
[ON-SCREEN HEADLINE: SCOTUS Nominee Hearing]
Hawley: I’m sitting here asking you questions and you’re refusing to answer.
Jackson: I explained how the guidelines work.
Vladimir Duthiers: Republicans attack Ketanji Brown Jackson in the Supreme Court, and Democrats come to his defense.
Booker: Here’s how every black woman in America has worked anywhere – you’ve got this place.