WATCH: Race Baiting Joy Reid Says Its “White Supremacy” To Question Biden SCOTUS Nominee’s Qualifications
MSNBC Joy Reid, host of the infamous The ReidOut and often known by her apt nickname “The Race Lady On MSNBC”, suggested that questions by Tucker Carlson pertaining to the qualifications of Biden SCOTUS nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson exhibit “textbook racism” and ultimately help enable “white supremacy.”
“It might be time for Joe Biden to let us know what Ketanji Brown Jackson’s LSAT score was,” Carlson had said to his viewers when speaking of the recent SCOTUS nominee.
“How did she do on the LSATs? Why wouldn’t you tell us that? That would settle the question conclusively as to whether she is a once-in-a-generation legal talent, the next one at hand.”
In the land of Joy Reid and others at MSNBC, Tucker’s statements were profoundly racist and had to be completely condemned for all their bigotry.
“As Nicole Hannah-Jones so aptly tweeted, this is textbook racism, not even a dog whistle,” said Reid on her show. “Outside of the ridiculous argument that scores to get into law school are the measure of qualification, long after law school, plus a lengthy judicial career. The presumption that black people are dumb is standard white supremacy.”
“‘Ketanji Brown Jackson has an extensive amount of experience,” Reid went on, “as Elliott Williams tweeted when she was nominated. Imagine a supremely qualified SCOTUS nominee with two Harvard degrees with honors, a SCOTUS clerkship for the justice they’d replace, and two years as a federal judge.’ That’s Chief Justice, John Roberts.”
“Ketanji Brown Jackson has all of that, plus seven more years as a judge. In contrast, Amy Coney Barrett was the least qualified nominee in recent history.”
Big League Politics has covered past stories pertaining to “The Race Lady on MSNBC,” including her ridiculous and probable lies that she was “hacked” following leftist outrage over unearthed blog posts by the MSNC contributor which she described as including “homophobic, discriminatory, and downright weird and hateful” content. Reid claimed somebody had mysteriously entered her account and written the content years prior before asking the FBI to step in and investigate who made those posts.
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