CNN Biden ran a bizarre five-minute-long segment on Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson’s hair, saying it “inspires a generation of women” because it helps him change not only the “image of justice” but also the “image of beauty.” “
The CNN segment of Ketanji Brown Jackson’s hair arrived when the network covered his confirmation hearing in the U.S. Senate. Jackson, who promised race-centered leftists that he would nominate Joe Biden to be a black woman for the Supreme Court, would be the first black woman to sit on the high court if confirmed, CNN said, adding that more was being done. Historic by her hairstyle.
“Judge Jackson is changing not only the image of justice, but also the image of beauty,” reported CNN correspondent Adrian Broaddas when he started the section, which also focused on Jackson’s first name and featured interview at a hair salon in Chicago. Customers, who were black women, described feeling “empowered” by seeing Jackson’s hair and hearing his name on their cell phone with CNN.
“This is empowerment! It’s empowerment! ” A Chicago stylist told CNN about the footage of the hearing.
“She is the epitome of essence and blackness,” Chicago mother Ida Nelson told CNN in another feature interview.
Ketanzi has linked CNN’s segment on Brown Jackson’s hair to Republican senators and others with his actual judicial record, including the easy release of pedophiles, as opposed to the racists who “don’t get it” in their judicial statements. Left Representative Ayana Presley called Jackson’s hair “strong.”
“It’s always been prettier than Straight,” said CNN correspondent Adrian Broaddas, who concluded the segment with a monologue. “Hair is loaded with many messages. It has the power to tell you how others treat you and how you feel about yourself, “said David Cook, chief of The Christian Science Monitor’s Washington bureau.
CNN Judge Ketanji Brown celebrates Jackson’s hairstyle and runs a 5-minute segment: “Judge Jackson is changing not only the image of justice, but also the image of beauty.” pic.twitter.com/f0KRfFspo0
– Tom Elliott (Tomseliot) March 28, 2022