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Library of Congress hosts event for Ketanji Jackson but not for Kavanaugh Gorsuch Barrett

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The Library of Congress is hosting an event for the investiture of Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson but did not appear to hold any events celebrating the installations of Justices Brett Kavanaugh, Neil Gorsuch, or Amy Coney Barrett.

The Library of Congress is set to honor the investiture of Jackson to the Supreme Court on Friday in a massive event featuring both President Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris, alongside their spouses.

However, as big as the celebration for Jackson will be, the Library of Congress does not appear to have held any sort of similar events for the three Supreme Court justices confirmed under former President Trump.

Caitlin Sutherland, executive director at Americans for Public Trust, called the celebration a "disturbing display of partisanship and favoritism" by the Library of Congress.

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The story begins in 2003, when Bush nominated Judge Janice Rogers Brown to serve on the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. The D.C. Circuit is considered the country’s second-most important court, and has produced more Supreme Court justices than any other federal court.

Brown was immediately hailed as a potential Supreme Court nominee. She was highly qualified, having served for seven years as an associate justice of the California Supreme Court — the first Black woman to do so. She was the daughter and granddaughter of sharecroppers, and grew up in rural Alabama during the dark days of segregation, when her family refused to enter restaurants or theaters with separate entrances for Black customers. She rose from poverty and put herself through college and UCLA law school as a working single mother. She was a self-made African American legal star. But she was an outspoken conservative — so Biden set out to destroy her.

Remember when Biden and his cronies blocked a black female from being on the SCOTUS in 2003 for no reason other than not wanting Republicans to have the first black woman on the SCOTUS?/wapo


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(D)ifferent (R)ules


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texridder
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horseshitee. Justice Jackson asked the Library of Congress if she could hold the celebration there.

It was a private event and privately funded.

Ignorant whining by paranoid, delusional, self-persecuted righties.


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Good ole TexDiddler


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horseshitee. Justice Jackson asked the Library of Congress if she could hold the celebration there. It was a private event and privately funded.


Link? I want to believe you. But you lie incessantly.


Errerrerrwere
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The greatest was when she went ape shite over clerking for the judge after law school!


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horseshitee. Justice Jackson asked the Library of Congress if she could hold the celebration there. It was a private event and privately funded.

I have no idea if that's true or not since you didn't provide any evidence to support your claim, but if it is it makes her look even more entitled and self-important. Do you realize how much privilege a person has to have to ask and expect the Library of Congress to host your private event?

Yet somehow you think this makes her look better


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And tex is gone. I suspect he made it up. I would welcome a link proving otherwise.


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Caraway Rye
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The same Library of Congress that made the FBI raid Trump

Imagine not seeing what is going on


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The story begins in 2003, when Bush nominated Judge Janice Rogers Brown to serve on the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. The D.C. Circuit is considered the country’s second-most important court, and has produced more Supreme Court justices than any other federal court.

Brown was immediately hailed as a potential Supreme Court nominee. She was highly qualified, having served for seven years as an associate justice of the California Supreme Court — the first Black woman to do so. She was the daughter and granddaughter of sharecroppers, and grew up in rural Alabama during the dark days of segregation, when her family refused to enter restaurants or theaters with separate entrances for Black customers. She rose from poverty and put herself through college and UCLA law school as a working single mother. She was a self-made African American legal star. But she was an outspoken conservative — so Biden set out to destroy her.


Damn good find.

This is why I come to the Poliboard.


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texridder
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Link? I want to believe you. But you lie incessantly.

I'll tell you what. You point out an instance when I lied, and demonstrate why what I posted was a lie, and I'll post you a link on this.

I'll probably post a link anyway just because I get a kick out of sticking it to a pompous arse like you.


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but if it is it makes her look even more entitled and self-important.
She is a Supreme Court justice. She is important.

You can always tell when one of you hayseeds forces making a comment because you think it's something you should comment on. Can't help yourself. But invariably you end up looking the fool-- like here.


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You can always tell when one of you hayseeds forces making a comment because you think it's something you should comment on. Can't help yourself. But invariably you end up looking the fool-- like here.

It’s always funny when a Leftist - believer in BS like climate change, a racist America, pregnant men, MAGA Republican terrorists, and the “closed border” - try to laugh at a conservative’s foolishness.


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She is a Supreme Court justice. She is important.


No she isn’t. We own the court.



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I'll probably post a link anyway


No you won’t. Because you can’t find one.


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Racist, bigoted Library of Congress.


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one of you hayseeds


texridder friends?

RickWilson-DonLemon

Edited for correction: meant to reply to texridder

Apologies to David_DJS


This post was edited on 10/4 at 10:42 am


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Caitlin Sutherland, executive director at Americans for Public Trust, called the celebration a "disturbing display of partisanship and favoritism" by the Library of Congress.


Kamala calls it equity.


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She is a Supreme Court justice. She is important. You can always tell when one of you hayseeds forces making a comment because you think it's something you should comment on. Can't help yourself. But invariably you end up looking the fool-- like here.


Hey dickhead did you ever provide a link to the info about this being a private event?


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