Charlie Kirk calls Ketanji Brown Jackson a “recipient of affirmative action” who is “unqualified” for the Supreme Court

Kirk: Justice Jackson is more of “a race activist from Brooklyn then a Supreme Court justice”

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Citation From the June 29, 2023, edition of The Charlie Kirk Show

CHARLIE KIRK (HOST): Ketanji Brown Jackson writes - oh is this written by Ketanji Brown Jackson that you just sent? I want to make sure I get this right. Okay.

She said with let-them-eat-cake obliviousness, today, the majority pulled the ripcord and announces colorblindness for all by legal fiat. But deeming race irrelevant in law does not make it so in life.

Well, this is so rich. She's an affirmative action hire. She's only on the Supreme Court because of affirmative action. Ketanji Brown Jackson was not chosen for her brilliance. Let's pick a brilliant person. No, they picked her because she's a Black woman. So she's super bitter.

And having so detached itself from this country’s actual past and present experiences, the Court has now been lured into interfering with the crucial work that UNC –

The crucial work. Ketanji Brown Jackson is saying. What? Do you know how many other young Blacks that won't be able to get promoted like me for jobs they're not qualified for like me? 

No one benefits from ignorance.

What ignorance exactly, Ketanji Brown Jackson?

Although formal racelinked legal barriers are gone, race still matters to the lived experiences of all Americans in innumerable ways, and today’s ruling makes things worse, not better. The best that can be said of the majority’s perspective is that it proceeds (ostrich-like) from the hopes that preventing consideration of race will end racism.

Biden explicitly said he would only pick a Black woman for the US Supreme Court. Biden himself was an administer of affirmative action. Ketanji Brown Jackson is a recipient of affirmative action and she's trying to continue the disgusting and repugnant practice and it's a great example. This is largely incoherent legalese that she has published that writes more like a race activist from Brooklyn then a Supreme Court justice.

How do you end racism? Well first you have to define it, Ketanji Brown Jackson. Explain it. I ask the question, what is racism? What is it? Is it institutional? Is it systemic? Is it individual? First, you must define that which you must end. But I can define it. Affirmative action is racism and today we took a step forward in ending that.