The recurring theme so far of Ketanji Brown Jackson’s Supreme Court nominee’s confirmation hearing thus far?
In simply has to be her inability to give a straight answer.
A few days after sending the world into laughing fits because she was unable to tell what a female was on account of not being “a biologist,” Ketanji has shot into headlines again for her inability to provide an answer on questions about child pornography.
Ketanji was asked by Senator Tom Cotton about whether or not America should “strengthen or weaken sentences for child pornographers.”
“Senator, that is not a simple question,” Ketanji began, signaling that she was about to give a complete non-answer.
“There are many crimes that Congress has determined warrant mandatory minimum penalties, warrant other kinds of penalties,” Ketanji said.
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