The debate over a historic appointment by Prez Biden has been mostly for cable news entertainment but we notice that Kansas City's favorite progressive politico has scored quite a bit of social media support for his hot take.
Jason Kander offers a fairly nuanced argument or at least a new spin on the same affirmative action debate the nation has been suffering for nearly 50 years.
Take a look at his triumphant perspective . . .
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A resounding majority of Americans want President Joe Biden to consider "all possible nominees" to fill retiring Justice Stephen Breyer's seat on the Supreme Court, according to a new ABC News/Ipsos poll. A little more than three-quarters of Americans think Biden should consider everyone and only 23 percent say he should automatically follow through on his pledge to nominate the first Black woman to the Supreme Court.
Lindsey Graham said nominating a Black woman to the Supreme Court would make it 'look more like America,' not affirmative action
Graham rejected the idea that Biden tapping a Black woman for SCOTUS is affirmative action. The senator said the president had a wealth of qualified candidates to choose from. Earlier, Sen. Roger Wicker said a Black female nominee would be a beneficiary of affirmative action. Sen.
Gabbard says Biden picked 'disaster' Harris due to same 'identity politics' behind Supreme Court search
Former Democratic presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard Monday criticized President Biden for promising to choose a Supreme Court nominee who is a Black woman, saying such a move is harmful "identity politics." "Biden chose Harris as his VP because of the color of her skin and sex-not qualification.
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