Biden Picks Judicial Activist for Supreme Court, and more!
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President Biden has bowed to pressure from his radical base and has selected a judicial activist to fill Justice Stephen Breyer’s seat on the Supreme Court. Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson has a long record of left-wing activism both on and off the bench.
In a crusade to force the Biden administration to reverse a policy that makes illegal immigrants wait in Mexico—rather than in the U.S.—for court hearings, legal aid groups have turned on the president as well as the migrants the government coerced them to help. The open border organizations have proclaimed in recent months that the Trump-era program, Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP) or Remain in Mexico, is inhumane and utterly evil.
A slide titled “Microaggressions” defines microaggressions as “verbal and nonverbal behaviors” that “communicate negative, hostile, and derogatory messages to people rooted in their marginalized group membership (based on gender, race, ethnicity, religion, sexuality, etc.)” The slide further notes that microaggressions can be “intentional or unintentional,” and are “more subtle” than “using racial epithets or displaying swastikas.”
Dozens of Afghan refugees released in the U.S. have Pentagon records that “indicate potentially significant security concerns,” according to a new federal audit that reveals the multi-agency intelligence conglomerate created after 9/11 to protect the nation from terrorists has failed to properly vet thousands of Afghans.
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The Federalist: How The Left’s Push For ‘Equity’ Is Destroying Equality
Setting all the math aside, policies like those implemented in California and throughout private companies are unjust and very likely illegal. At least that’s what Judicial Watch and the Free Enterprise Project of the National Center for Public Policy Research have concluded. Both groups have filed lawsuits exposing the laws for what they are — racist, sexist, and discriminatory on many fronts.
The Washington Examiner: Feds: Saying you’re ‘colorblind’ is racist
A newly revealed federal diversity program greatly expands earlier critical race training by creating a whole new minefield of “microaggressions” that some could believe are stereotypes and racism.
In the training package used at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, for example, offering a black student a basketball should be considered offensive.
In another new wrinkle, the legal watchdog group Judicial Watch obtained documents that show the unnamed technology experts referenced in the Durham probe worked for the Pentagon’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency from 2016-2021. That division of the Defense Department is responsible for developing new military technologies.