Ted Cruz Breaks Biden’s Judicial Nominee With One Simple Question

Another Biden judicial nominee goes down in flames, this time over one simple question from Sen. Ted Cruz.

Cruz starts by asking judicial nominee Kenly Kiya Kato, “Is racial discrimination wrong?”

Kato could not give a straight answer. For a full 90 seconds, Cruz went back and forth with the nominee to hear her answer, with absolutely nothing.

Biden’s latest nominee cannot even tell a sitting senator whether racism is wrong or not. How can she be trusted to sit as a judge on one of our nation’s top courts?

The question is especially disturbing as Biden is preparing to nominate his first Supreme Court justice. He has made it all about diversity, saying he’ll choose a Black female for his nominee.

That’s all well and good, as long as the nominee holds the credentials and can answer basic questions like, “Is racial discrimination wrong?”

Given Biden’s recent nominees on the topic, that might be more difficult than expected. The concern with the left if not diversity, but rather basic facts regarding the Constitution and law.

When Trump selected nominees, one of the top areas of criteria included being focused on following the Constitution. Biden has focused on gender and race, and so far, that hasn’t gone well.

Check out the video and see for yourself in the latest from Charlie Kirk.


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