Thank you, Judge Jackson, for reminding the left and the media that they actually do know what a woman is.
Just a couple weeks ago, as Judge Jackson sat before the Senate Judiciary Committee, she was asked point blank by Senator Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., if she could provide a definition for the word woman.
“Can I provide a definition? No, I can’t,” Judge Jackson replied.
“You can’t?” Sen. Blackburn pressed.
“Not in this context. I’m not a biologist,” Jackson replied.
Many media outlets, like The New York Times and CNN, have official editorial guidelines that if they are reporting on a male who believes he’s a woman, the outlet will identify them as such and use “she/her” pronouns to refer to him. The same goes for women who believe they are men.
And yet, now that Judge Jackson has been confirmed by the U.S. Senate and will soon take a place on the U.S. Supreme Court, it seems leftist politicians and media outlets have all of a sudden remembered that they really do know what a woman is.
Speaking from the Rose Garden on April 8, introducing newly confirmed Judge Jackson, Vice President Kamala Harris touted the “confirmation of the first black woman to the United States Supreme Court.”
Speaking of young people who look up to Judge Jackson, Harris added that “they will see, for the first time, four women sitting on that court at one time.”
Yet, just a few days ago on March 31, the vice president praised “International Transgender Day of Visibility … celebrat[ing] trans and non-binary Americans.”
But you can’t celebrate the promotion of women and at the same time affirm that men who believe they are women truly are women.
Additionally, many media outlets have also suddenly remembered what a woman is.
“Ketanji Brown Jackson has been confirmed as the first Black woman on the Supreme Court,” Politico reported.
Ketanji Brown Jackson has been confirmed as the first Black woman on the Supreme Court. Three Republicans joined with all Democrats to support her. https://t.co/Hclj9on7l3
— POLITICO (@politico) April 7, 2022
“Senate confirms Jackson as first Black, female Supreme Court justice,” The Hill wrote.
— The Hill (@thehill) April 7, 2022
“Jackson will become first Black woman on the Supreme Court,” MSNBC noted.
Senate confirms Ketanji Brown Jackson to Supreme Court in historic 53-47 vote.
Jackson will become first Black woman on the Supreme Court. https://t.co/6hoRlrtI4p
— MSNBC (@MSNBC) April 7, 2022
“Ketanji Brown Jackson is a source of inspiration to many. Here are reflections that capture the many joys of her confirmation as the first Black woman on the US Supreme Court,” CNN editorialized.
Ketanji Brown Jackson is a source of inspiration to many. Here are reflections that capture the many joys of her confirmation as the first Black woman on the US Supreme Court. https://t.co/ygzUmbIywL
— CNN (@CNN) April 7, 2022
And The New York Times celebrated, “Vice President Kamala Harris, the first Black woman to hold the position, presided over the Senate’s 53-47 vote to confirm Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson as the first Black woman on the Supreme Court.”
Vice President Kamala Harris, the first Black woman to hold the position, presided over the Senate's 53-47 vote to confirm Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson as the first Black woman on the Supreme Court. https://t.co/qfmsgiztLP pic.twitter.com/OzrGfThF2m
— The New York Times (@nytimes) April 7, 2022
It’s ironic that the media is now celebrating Judge Jackson as the first of something (a woman) that the judge herself can’t even define.
Indeed, the very media outlets that ridicule Christians and conservatives for believing in the biological reality of male and female are now affirming that they believe in biology as well.
The lesson to take away from these instances of leftist hypocrisy is this: Never again be afraid to defend the reality of male and female.
Because the very people who say men can be women, were the very first to celebrate Judge Jackson as the first “Black woman” to the high court, proving they do know what a woman is after all.
Don’t let them get away with their hypocrisy and doublespeak.
Photo from Reuters.