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No April Fools’—Poll Shows Majority of Voters Sour on KBJ

'I think you're the only Supreme Court nominee in history who has been unable to answer the question, ‘What is a woman?’ ... '

(Mark Pellin, Headline USA) While it’s increasingly probable that a quisling quintet of alleged Republicans are ready to back Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson, almost guaranteeing her a spot on the bench, recent polling shows a wide majority of likely voters have serious concerns about her radical positions and previous judicial rulings.

A jolting 65 percent of voters are concerned about how Jackson has treated child pornography cases, including 48 percent who are very concerned, according to a recent Rasmussen Reports poll.

That reflects some of the same concerns voiced during Jackson’s confirmation hearing, when Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., pressed Jackson to explain her extraordinarily lenient sentencing on child-porn cases and highlighted seven of particular worry.

Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., asked why Jackson has written in favor of eliminating the existing mandatory minimum sentences for the possession of child pornography

“If you believe as I do the computer has created a bigger demand, there are more photos out there because of the internet, more websites exposing this garbage, wouldn’t you want to deter people from going down that road?” Graham asked.

A majority of voters, across nearly all demographics, have the same concerns, Rasmussen reported.

A 60-percent majority of all likely voters also had serious concerns that Jackson said she could not define what a woman is because she is “not a biologist.”

That majority also held firm across nearly all demographics, with 62 percent of men and 59 percent of women saying it concerned them.

Given Jackson’s performance under questioning from Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, those concerns are warranted.

“So yesterday, under questioning from Senator Blackburn, you told her that you couldn’t define what a woman is, that you are not a biologist,” Cruz said. “Which I think you’re the only Supreme Court nominee in history who has been unable to answer the question, ‘What is a woman?’

“Let me ask you, as a judge, how would you determine if a plaintiff had Article III standing to challenge a gender based rule, regulation, policy, without being able to determine what a woman was?” Cruz asked.

Much to the apparent consternation of a significant majority of likely voters, it’s a near certainty Jackson will be providing an answer from a seat on the Supreme Court.

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