You don’t want to go there now? ABC saw Cruz asking Jackson about the race

On Wednesday, the liberal media-wide public relations campaign for Supreme Court pick Ketanji Brown Jackson with ABC Broadcast Network continued swiftly in the morning news. Good morning America Despite the democratic efforts, when the “reality of being a working mother” comes, she continues to shout about the “Republican onslaught” she faces in order to give her time to show her emotions.

And on NBC TodayPeacock has tried to frame questions from Republicans as to having a network “Senators need to do more with political ambitions” Than Jackson’s judicial philosophy or record.

“Supreme Court-appointed judge Ketanji Brown is preparing for the final day of questioning after Jackson repulsed the Republican attacks,” he said. GMA Co-host Robin Roberts said at a teaser.

It set the table for Congresswoman Rachel Scott to resume her own efforts on behalf of Jackson, proud that the judge spent Tuesday. “Pushing back against Republicans who claim he is soft on crime.” And “Open with a strong defense, he denied the allegations and allowed child pornographers to hook off.”

As NBCO would claim, Scott mentioned representing Islamic terrorists at Guantanamo Bay during Jackson’s time, but both only suggested that he did so as a public defender when the data showed that he Continued In personal practice.

Scott instead gave Jackson his necessary descriptions, including a denial in which he called then-President George W. Bush and Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld war criminals.

He then ridiculed the idea of ‚Äč‚Äčemphasizing Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX). “Grilling the first black woman nominated by the high court to race, reading from a children’s book called Antiracist Baby, said it was taught at the school where Jackson’s teenage daughter goes to school and where the judges sit on the board.”

Fear!

To repeat, ABC was complaining that someone brought up racial issues. Probably a factor as to why they’re doing so poorly in the media.

After broadcasting a small portion of the exchange, Scott mentioned Jackson’s “clear” support Rowe vs. Wade Before finishing with how “Near the end of the hearing, Jackson [got] Personal, open about the reality of being a working mother. “

NBC’s Today Co-host Savannah Guthrie started teasing on the same note as GMA “Republican Attack Line” Against Jackson.

Chief Capitol Hill correspondent Garrett Hack proposed a diagonal structure, as opposed to Republicans being self-centered while Jackson follows history:

She raised questions about her personal life, her judicial philosophy, and some questions that may have more to do with senators’ political ambitions … The 51-year-old federal judge, already a historic nominee, will become the first woman on the Supreme Court if confirmed.

On the record of his punishment for child sexual offenses, Haake said “Address first[ed] Some Republican concerns, ” But he declined to be mentioned by Senator Dick Durbin (DIL) that he was upset about it and “Protect[ed] Press yourself ” By Senator Josh Howley (R-MO).

Hake also brought court-packing, sounding it as a mere one “The most political question of the committee” That Jackson refuses to weigh-in.

All of this marked a much different tone than Kavanagh’s hearing, such as during the first ride (before the long story of the gang-rape), the networks reveled In creating Democrats “Fireworks” And “Chaos” There are protesters with “Choreographed” Obstacles

Amy Coney Barrett For the hearing, they Touted As a Democrat “Significantly united” And Refuses to mention Barrett was asked if he was a rapist.

Even Neil Gorsuch was not given a fair jolt Today Prophecy It can get “ugly” time Claim He has proved that he is not a “pawn” for Donald Trump.

Wednesday’s KBJ promotion is brought to you by advertisers such as Carmax (on ABC) and City (on NBC). Follow the links to see their contact information on the MRC’s Conservative Fight Back page.

To see the relevant transcript from March 23, click here (for ABC) and here (for NBC).

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