Today’s Must Watch: Sen. Kennedy’s Excruciating Questioning of Biden’s Equity/Diversity Judge Picks

Senator John Kennedy (R-LA) ( Judiciary Cmt.) questioned a series of Joe Biden Federal District Court nominees and it was like watching a slow-moving train wreck.

Judge Bjelkengren couldn’t even explain what Article II or Article IV of the U.S. Constitution is about. It all goes downhill from there. Suddenly, in all the cringeworthiness one can tolerate, the group of nominees exposes the outcome of affirmative action, diversity, and social equity as a qualification for a federal court judge.

One can see and hear the exasperation and disappointment in Senator Kennedy as he scrambles to find some competency among the five before him.
God Bless America – it’s all the hope we have left.


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  1. I’m proud to say that Senator Kennedy is my senator and we overwhelming sent him back to the senate to represent us. I don’t agree with him 100% on everything but he has my total support……
    As to these potential judges, none are qualified for anything but possibly traffic court.

  2. I realize this isn’t a classroom but this kind of questioning where the students have to read the mind of the teacher is designed only to humiliate those subject to it. Its like I have an idea in my mind what this word might mean and you have to guess what it is I’m thinking. It is unfortunate that these women and men have to be publicly humiliated like this. Mr Kennedy has a lot to learn about teaching but if his goal was to humiliate others yes I agree with Lady Bay….. awesome job!

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