Empower Wisconsin | March 25, 2022
It’s a good thing Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson hasn’t been called on to write a women’s empowerment anthem.
President Joe Biden’s pick for the U.S. Supreme Court had an insanely difficult time defining what a woman is during her confirmation hearing this week before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Jackson, nominated by Biden specifically because she is a black woman, said she couldn’t answer the question because she’s not a biologist.
Helen Reddy didn’t need a biologist to tell the world, “I am woman.” In fact she roared about it.
Chaka Khan went even farther, declaring “‘I’m every woman.”
Perhaps Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) should have called Shania Twain to the stand.
Blackburn: “Ms. Twain, can you provide a definition for the word woman?”
Twain: “Man! I Feel Like a Woman.”
Blackburn: “Thank you Ms. Twain. We’ll accept that answer.”
But Joe Biden’s selection for the highest court in the land struggles with the chromosome question. Maybe Biden should have tapped Nobel Prize-winning biochemist Jennifer Doudna. She’s a woman and most assuredly could define the word “woman.”
Tucker Carlson has more on the curious case of the female jurist who needs a biologist to explain what a woman is.
Watch Tucker’s take at Fox News.