Judge (probably soon to be “Justice,” unfortunately) Kentanji Brown Jackson, during her confirmation hearing, said that she can’t define what a woman is because she’s not a biologist. Breitbart, reporting on that at the time it took place, provided this transcript:
Blackburn asked, “can you provide a definition for the word woman?”
“Can I provide a definition? No, I can’t,” Jackson replied.
“You can’t?” Blackburn again asked. “Not in this context, I’m not a biologist,” Jackson said.
It’s a silly, trite remark. I’m not a biologist either, but, as the saying goes, “if it looks like a duck and quacks like a duck…then ITS’S MA’AM”
Well, one GOP Representative, Rep. Bob Good from Virginia, decided to use that idiotic remark to mock the entirety of the left, saying, when speaking to Nancy Pelosi, the current Speaker of the House:
“Thank you, Person Speaker.
“I say Person Speaker because I’m not a biologist, and out of respect to our Supreme Court nominee I don’t feel qualified to say Madam Speaker.“
Watch him here:
— il Donaldo Trumpo (@PapiTrumpo) April 1, 2022
Whichever staff member of his was clever enough to come up with the phrase “person speaker” deserves a serious raise. That’s hilarious and, even better, just the sort of casual remark that sends leftists into the stratosphere.
People online agreed with that sentiment. Having quite the laugh at the expense of Pelosi and Judge Kentanji Brown Jackson, who’s certainly not a biologist, they said:
“Holy mother of God this is amazing LOL”
“Hey Pelosi, when you don’t respect anything, you don’t deserve to be respected.”
“That mic drop would‘ve been so big it changed the course of planet earth.”
“I’m not a biologist but Get that Man a beer “
“That’s my Congressman!!!!! See, votes do count!!”
“I could watch that all day long”
“The elites hate being mocked, so you know this really frosts their butts LOL”
Unfortunately for America, likely Justice Kentanji isn’t the only one who doesn’t know what a woman is. USA Today reporter Alia E. Dastagir doesn’t either. She, in a widely derided article, claimed that even experts in science lack a “sufficient way to clearly define” what a woman is. Speaking on that, she said:
“Scientists, gender law scholars and philosophers of biology said Jackson’s response was commendable, though perhaps misleading. It’s useful, they say, that Jackson suggested science could help answer Blackburn’s question, but they note that a competent biologist would not be able to offer a definitive answer either.”
“Scientists agree there is no sufficient way to clearly define what makes someone a woman, and with billions of women on the planet, there is much variation.”
Indeed. And I have a beautiful bridge in Brooklyn that I’m willing to say to anyone with the correct pronouns for only $20 cash. Serious enquires only, and please respect my proper pronouns: Your/Royal/Highness. I’m a royalist, so I feel qualified to proclaim myself king, even if Kentanji isn’t enough of a biologist to say what a woman is.