CHARLIE KIRK (HOST): These very simply stated questions do not require overthinking. So, I suppose another question here, though, is where does this come from?
Well, KBJ - Ketanji Brown Jackson - is what your country looks like on critical race theory. KBJ is your country on CRT. KBJ - Ketanji Brown Jackson - is an embodiment of the tyranny that we currently live under. She's an ideological, unintelligent, yet confident fanatic who is so dismissive that you might even ask the question of what a woman is.
And so when she's not even able to answer simple questions on biological reality or the natural law that anchors the Constitution, but how can she possibly be prepared to defend it? Or the purpose of the Constitution? The answers from KBJ, outside of the fact that she won't answer the very simple ones, such as what is a woman, reveal a distaste – a distaste for our structure. How will KBJ ever decide a case on a woman's right to choose? How will KBJ ever decide a case on affirmative action if she can't tell us what a woman actually is? So she wants to be the first-ever Black woman on the Supreme Court. Yet she won't even admit that she's a woman.
The unwise person takes something that makes sense and makes it complicated. So, we've bashed against CRT a lot here on this program. And we're going to continue to. What do you get when you start to platform and implement critical race theory into every single corner of American society, in your corporations, in your schools? Your children and your grandchildren are going to have to take orders from people like her.
And what's amazing is that she kind of has an attitude too. You, look carefully at some of those videos, she kind of just she's like, what? Why are you answer – why are you asking me such a question, Senator?
She feels entitled to this position. Why wouldn't she? It's not like she got this position based on her qualifications. It's not like she was selected based on her qualifications, it's not like she was selected because of her amazing rulings. Of course not.