Tucker Carlson Mocks Ketanji Brown Jackson’s Inability To Define ‘Woman’ – Complete With Graphic Of The Female Reproductive System
Tucker Carlson hammered Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson for her “awe-inspiring stupidity” in refusing to define what a ‘woman’ is, in a segment complete with a graphic of the female reproductive system.
The Fox News host began his Wednesday night show by addressing Senator Marsha Blackburn’s inquiry on the second day of Jackson’s confirmation hearings.
Blackburn (R-TN) posed the question with the backdrop of the Lia Thomas controversy – a biological male dominating women’s swimming – and noted that the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg recognized ‘inherent differences’ between men and women.
“Can you provide a definition for the word ‘woman?’ Blackburn asked.
“Can I provide a definition? No,” Jackson replied.
The Republican senator replied, “You can’t?”
“Not in this context,” explained Jackson. “I’m not a biologist.”
Senator Blackburn: “Can you provide a definition for the word woman?”
Judge Jackson: “No. I can’t…I’m not a biologist.” pic.twitter.com/TRlqUeDGs6
— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) March 23, 2022
Tucker Carlson Helps Ketanji Brown Jackson
Tucker Carlson explained that Blackburn’s question to Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson “should have been the easiest question ever posed.”
He even offered to lend a hand. Well, actually, he offered to lend parts of a different kind, presenting viewers with a sex-ed graphic showing the female reproductive system.
Carlson provided several answers that Jackson could have provided when confronted by a question about defining a ‘woman.’
“A woman is a human being with two X chromosomes. Ask any geneticist. It’s detectable in a blood test, but if you’re still confused by what a woman is, you can ask a doctor,” he said.
“Women have wider pelvises and different bone structures from men, not to mention very different genitalia,” the Fox News host continued. “It’s usually pretty obvious that women, just by looking at them, women are built differently because their bodies are designed to do different things.”
“Nature is real.”
Tucker Carlson has been criticized for inquiring on multiple occasions about Ketanji Brown Jackson’s LSAT scores and wondering: “Is she really one of this country’s great legal minds?”
He addressed that in his takedown of President Biden’s selection for the highest court in the land.
“Pause for a second and marinate in the awe-inspiring stupidity of her answer,” he told viewers.
“Last night we said we wanted to see Ketanji Jackson’s LSAT scores. That’s no longer necessary,” Carlson continued. “We can say with certainty she is clearly a sub-genius and probably shouldn’t be on the Supreme Court.”
Remarkably, equally sub-genius leftists were outraged over Carlson’s segment, insisting that reproductive parts do not define a person’s sex.
— Bella Donna ??? (@BellaDonna_5) March 24, 2022
The party of ‘science,’ ladies and gentlemen.
Awfully difficult to take outrage over reproductive parts defining a person seriously when we’re months removed from the Democrat Party changing house rules to become gender-neutral and watching some of their sharper minds diminishing mothers by redefining them as “birthing people.”
Cori Bush refers to pregnant women as “birthing people” pic.twitter.com/Ezh18IrtZm
— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) May 6, 2021
Jackson earlier this week appeared to admit that she couldn’t recall the basis for the landmark 1857 Dred Scott decision, perhaps the most famous of all Supreme Court cases.
The Supreme Court nominee couldn’t definitively state that she would refer to somebody accused of committing a crime as a ‘criminal.’
“When you accuse somebody of a crime, are you calling them a criminal?” Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) asked.
“It depends,” she replied.
SEN. @JohnCornyn: “[When] you accuse someone of a crime, are you accusing them of being a criminal?”
JACKSON: “It depends”
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) March 23, 2022
Senator John Kennedy (R-LA) asked KBJ to define when life begins.
She struggled yet again saying, “Senator, um… I don’t know.”
SEN. @JohnKennedyLA: “When does life begin, in your opinion?”
JACKSON: “Senator, um… I don’t know.” pic.twitter.com/JRJ4RS3xVA
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) March 23, 2022
Those are some very basic definitions. And yet, she struggles to define them.
“Hey, Ketanji Jackson, is it raining? I don’t know. I’m not a meteorologist,” Carlson joked.
“How would you respond to someone who said something like that? You’d probably give up and find someone else to talk to,” he concluded. “That person was not capable of conversation.”