On Wednesday, Sen. Ted Cruz said that he shall be a “no” on the affirmation of Supreme Court docket nominee Choose Ketanji Brown Jackson, pointing to her file as a choose and mentioning her incapacity to outline what a girl is.

Sen. Cruz made his remarks throughout an interview on Fox Information Channel’s “Jesse Watters Primetime.”

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Sen. Cruz: ‘She might be the primary Supreme Court docket nominee within the historical past of our nation who’s unable to reply the query, what’s a girl?’

Watters requested Cruz, “Do you assume she has what it takes to be a Supreme Court docket Justice?” 

“Properly, hear, she might be the primary Supreme Court docket nominee within the historical past of our nation who’s unable to reply the query, what’s a girl?” Cruz stated. “And, you already know, her file, sadly, I believe, is way exterior the mainstream.”

“And there’s an actual distinction. You performed clips of the Democrats sliming Republican nominees going private, going into the gutter, going after their character. You have a look at the listening to the final two days, the questions that Republicans targeted on, have been her file. And particularly her judicial file,” Cruz advised Watters.

Cruz continued, “For those who have a look at her file as a federal choose in legal instances, particularly in instances regarding youngster pornography, over and again and again, she offers extremely lenient sentences.”

Watters requested Cruz level clean if he was going to verify Brown Jackson. “Are you going to vote for her?” Watters requested?

“No,” Cruz responded.

The Texas Republican stated that whereas a handful of Republicans may vote to verify her, he believes most GOP members will be a part of him in voting no.

“You understand, I don’t know. I believe the overwhelming majority of Republicans will vote towards her,” Cruz stated. “I believe her file is way out of the mainstream.”

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Sen. Cruz: ‘We must demand a justice who will defend our constitutional rights…There’s no indication she’d do this’

“You may even see a few Republicans vote for her,” he continued. “And hear, it’s a historic nomination. If she’s confirmed, she’ll be the primary African American girl on the courtroom. That’s an inspirational factor.”

“That being stated, our duty underneath the Structure is advise and consent,” Cruz noticed. “And we must demand a justice who will defend our constitutional rights: free speech, spiritual liberty, the 2nd Modification.”

“There’s no indication she’d do this,” Cruz completed.



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