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Biden judicial nominee ridiculed after failing to recall parts of the Constitution: ‘Hoo boy this is bad’

From Fox News:

Judge Charnelle Bjelkengren, a Biden judicial nominee for U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Washington, went viral on Twitter for her failure to recall basic U.S. Constitution knowledge on Thursday. 

The Senate Judiciary Committee met for a confirmation hearing earlier that morning when Sen. John Kennedy, R-La., began his time asking Bjelkengren about different parts of the U.S. Constitution. 

“Tell me what Article V of the Constitution does,” Kennedy requested. 

“To be fair, Article V might be tough to recall on the spot. But difficult to excuse this judicial nominee’s drawing a blank on Article II,” Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton agreed. 

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