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Ketanji Brown Jackson tells Ted Cruz she can’t define ‘woman’ as she ‘isn’t a biologist’


Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson still wouldn’t give a definitive answer Wednesday on the definition of ‘woman’ when she was re-questioned on the issue the third day of her confirmation hearing.

Texas Senator Ted Cruz brought up the issue during his 20-minute questioning after Jackson said during her exchange with Senator Marsha Blackburn Tuesday that she couldn’t define ‘woman’ because she isn’t a biologist.

Cruz, however, went one step further to question how she decide if an individual was a woman if it came to gender discrimination cases.

‘Yesterday under questioning from Senator Blackburn, you told her that you couldn’t define what a woman is, that you are not a biologist, which I think you are the only Supreme Court nominee in history who has been unable to answer the question, ‘What is a woman?” Cruz asked Jackson.

Before letting her answer, he expanded on the question.

‘Let me ask you as a judge, how would you determine if a plaintiff had Article 3 standing to challenge a gender…



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