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Secretary of State Antony Blinken wasn’t the only person lit up by Sen. Ted Cruz this week. Cruz asked President Biden’s nominee to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, Jennifer Sung, if she believes that Justice Brett Kavanaugh is “intellectually and morally bankrupt,” seeing as she signed a letter stating that back in 2018. It turns out it was just “rhetorical advocacy.” Sen. Ted Cruz asks Biden 9th Circuit nominee Jennifer Sung if she believes Justice Brett Kavanaugh is “intellectually and morally bankrupt.”
Sung: It was “rhetorical advocacy.”
Cruz: “It is disappointing that you refuse to answer that question, it’s a simple yes, no question.” pic.twitter.com/HYrYDWiLOM
— Steve Guest (@SteveGuest) September 14, 2021 Background: In July 2018, Sung signed a letter calling calling Kavanaugh an “intellectually and morally bankrupt ideologue.” https://t.co/pvFZSkoe2u
— Steve Guest (@SteveGuest) September 14, 2021 I am not sure that having an appellate judge willing to sign statements for the sake of “rhetorical advocacy” is a good idea. Some folks take the things judges sign very seriously.
— Phillip Hatfield (@HatfieldlawDean) September 14, 2021 And who would want a judge who doesn’t stand behind their statements with conviction? Fair-weather (or at least lukewarm) stances and jurisprudence don’t go well together.
— Jordan Blake (@JordanBlake_) September 14, 2021 Good grief!! 😩 yes or no could you make it any simpler
— Busterman (@Jmac103John) September 14, 2021 I love it when they get caught and and simply will not answer the question.
— John HUGHES (@JohnHUG16026330) September 14, 2021 If she can’t answer a simple yes or no question I’m thinking she doesn’t deserve to have the position!— Star Jenkins (@StarJen14405951) September 14, 2021 Not answering wasn’t even the worst part, the worst part is there is a person that could be appointed to a judgeship that uses rhetorical advocacy.— Ryan Fuson (@RyanFuson22) September 14, 2021 @potus @tedcruz How can someone that can’t answer a simple question be confirmed? This was a major mistake on her part getting involved in this letter and reflects a lack of judgment. #jennifersung — Russ (@hagerrc) September 14, 2021 Careful, @tedcruz . You’ll be labeled a member of […]
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