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Schumer Makes Blasphemous Analogy to Christ-Like Kiddie-Porn Ketanji

'My brothers and sisters, increasing diversity of all our federal judges has been one of my highest priorities... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., compared Biden Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson‘s confirmation to the resurrection of Jesus Christ, the Gateway Pundit reported.

Schumer, a Jew, compared Jackson to Christ as he spoke to Christians at a Christian Church on Easter Sunday.

The New York Democrat began his sermon by praising the divine nature of diversity, which has now been brought to the Supreme Court, though he seemed to have forgotten about current Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas.

“My brothers and sisters, increasing diversity of all our federal judges has been one of my highest priorities,” Schumer said.

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He also praised himself for checking many diversity boxes, including the nomination of more women than men, as well as the nomination of blacks and other diverse populations.

“I’m proud to say under my leadership as majority leader, the first from New York, a majority of the new justices, judges, are people of color and two-thirds are women.”

Schumer also noted that, under his leadership, diversity has been restored, and the disadvantaged have been given preference.

“These judges together with Justice Jackson are restoring balance to our judicial system that was thrown out of wack by Donald Trump and his vicious, nasty, and, sometimes even outright racists, appointed to the bench.”

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At the crux of Schumer’s firebreathing, he declared that Jackson’s nomination is akin to the resurrection of Christ.

“Even in the darkest times, there are bright lights,” he said, invoking Biblical language.

“The stone has been rolled away from the tomb,” Schumer declared to thunderous applause.

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