Ryan Bomberger calls out Supreme Court nominee for failure to define the term ‘woman’

‘Any nominee who fails to answer fundamental questions about human existence should be disqualified from becoming a justice on the Supreme Court’

March 31, 2022

WASHINGTON D.C. — Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, President Biden’s choice for Supreme Court justice, stunned critics on Tuesday night when she was apparently unable or unwilling to define the term “woman.” As the first Black woman to be nominated for the highest court in the land (and during Women’s History Month), many viewers were startled when Judge Jackson refused to answer Senator Marsha Blackburn’s pointed questions about the differences between men and women, stating “I’m not a biologist.”

One critic noted that Jackson is “celebrated for being a pathbreaking woman… but she can’t (won’t) tell you what a woman is. [This is] not a good sign for someone who wishes to be in a position to determine the rights American women will get to keep.”

Ryan Bomberger, chief creative officer and co-founder of The Radiance Foundation (Radiance, www.radiance.life), commented on Judge Jackson’s failure to define basic biology.

Bomberger stated, “I’m not a mechanic, but I can define what a car is. No one needs to be a biologist to know what a boy is, what a girl is, what a man is, or what a woman is. Only progressives, who want to mangle language and deny basic science, pretend they don’t know the obvious. A judge must be able to rule on objective criteria. Judge Jackson calls herself a woman and is insisting there should be ‘meaningful numbers of women’ on the Supreme Court, yet she has no objective definition for a ‘woman?’ Any nominee who fails to answer fundamental questions about human existence should be disqualified from becoming a justice on the Supreme Court.”

The Radiance Foundation is a faith-based, educational, life-affirming 501c3 nonprofit organization. Through creative ad campaigns, powerful multimedia presentations, fearless journalism, and compassionate community outreaches, The Radiance Foundation affirms that every human life has God-given purpose. Radiance has helped to lead congressional briefings and summits on Capitol Hill on abortion, adoption, and racism. Over the years, they’ve raised millions for pregnancy centers, maternity homes, and adoption agencies as keynote speakers. They’ve spoken to thousands of students on campuses around the world including Harvard, Trinity College, Princeton University, University of Notre Dame, Mizzou, Columbia Law School, Penn State University, Eureka College, and Arizona State University, among others.

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