President Donald Trump is not one to keep his thoughts to himself, and that includes his nomination for the Supreme Court by Vice President Joe Biden, Ketanji Brown Jackson.

On Saturday night, the former president addressed an audience at his event in Commerce, Georgia, during which he took a dig at the Republican candidate.

According to him, “the left has grown so radical that we now have a judge being nominated to the Supreme Court who declared under oath that she could not define what it means to be a woman.”

In the first place, she can’t even define what a woman is. “How on earth can she be relied upon to know what the Constitution is?” says the author. According to the previous president

A party that is unable to acknowledge that men and women are biologically different, in violation of all science and human history, is a party that should not be allowed to have any influence over policy, according to the president.

His remarks come after several days of hearings for the candidate in the Senate, during which Brown said that she was unable to articulate what it means to be a woman.

After being questioned on the subject by Republican Tennessee Sen. Marsha Blackburn, Ketanji Brown Jackson had to deal with a difficult question from the senator.

As the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said, “Presumed fundamental distinctions are no longer recognized as a basis for race or national origin categories,” the senator paraphrased her as saying. The physical distinctions between males and women, on the other hand, are permanent. The two sexes are incompatible with one another. When compared to a community made up primarily of one sex, a group made up of both is significantly different.”

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In the following exchange, the senator questioned Brown whether he agreed with Justice Ginsburg that there are persistent physiological and psychological differences between men and women.

Senator, I am not acquainted with that specific quotation or case, so it is difficult for me to comment on whether or not,” the Supreme Court candidate replied before being stopped by Brown, who started a discussion over her nomination.

“I’d love to hear your thoughts on this, and you may contribute your thoughts.” Do you agree with Justice Ginsburg’s interpretation of the terms men and women as being male and female?

“Again, I have no idea how I’d take that since I’m not familiar with the case. The candidate said, “I’d have to read it all.”

“Ok. Is there a definition for the term “woman” that you can give? Blackburn was quoted as saying.

“Can you give me an example?” In response, Brown chimed in.

“No. The candidate responded, “I’m unable to.”

“You’re not able to?” Blackburn seemed puzzled as he said.

But not just now,” he said. Brown said, “I’m not a biologist.”

Senate Majority Leader and Kentucky Senator Mitch McConnell cited this as one of the reasons he refused to support her in the Senate.

I cannot and will not support Judge Jackson’s nomination for a lifetime appointment to the Supreme Court,” he stated in an address to a joint session of Congress. To begin with, Judge Jackson refuses to dismiss the extreme notion that Democrats should endeavor to fill the Supreme Court. It was no issue for Justices Ginsburg and Breyer to speak out against this controversial position and protect their court. I figured this would be a slam dunk for Jackson, the judge. It wasn’t,” he says.

He remarked, “The candidate argued there are two valid sides to this subject. “She testified that she had an opinion on the subject, but she refused to share it with the jury. ” An earlier nominee had been given a much narrower question and she incorrectly equated her non-answer to that of the current candidate. However, it seems that Judge Jackson gave away her cards. She stated she would be “thrilled to be a part of whatever number of people” she could be. Contrary to Ginsburg and Breyer’s opinion. Pro-court-packing fringe organizations were eager to nominate this candidate to fill this seat. The court-packers chose Judge Jackson. That’s what she testified to.”