SEAN HANNITY (HOST): In this instance, Joe Pags, one has to wonder if there would be a court challenge to it.
JOE PAGLIARULO: Well, I think that there could be. Turley is absolutely right about this. The bottom line is they are literally violating the equal rights promised in this country by making an announcement as to race and gender or sex of who the next person is going to be.
And you're right, they're eliminating everybody else who have worked their faces off, who don't happen to be a Black woman in this entire thing. And if we're looking at actual demographics of our country, let's say that that relates directly to the demographics of those who are available and that might not, but Black women in America are seven percent of the population. Are you literally saying to 93 percent of the population, you have no chance to be in the Supreme Court under Joe Biden? Is that really what America is today?
HANNITY: The answer to your question, we know, is yes. And again, I'm saying this fully acknowledging that there are definitely qualified people in all backgrounds, all races, all religions, et cetera, et cetera. But there's never been a president that has made race and gender the defining factor. That's the difference here, Joe.