During the Biden nominee’s confirmation hearing, Republican Sen. John Kennedy confronted her with a claim she made at Princeton, and then the squirming began:
Sen. John Kennedy: "Do you believe cops kill unarmed Black men in America every single day? You said it at Princeton."
Judicial nominee Choudhury: "I said it in my role as an advocate to make a rhetorical point."
Sen. John Kennedy: "So when you say something incorrect it's ok?" pic.twitter.com/xF79I58jAo
— The Hill (@thehill) April 28, 2022
So “advocates” can give incorrect information intentionally if they’re making a “rhetorical point”? That still sounds like a lie to us.
Reminder that core tenet of the woke agenda is deliberately lying about problems to radicalize the public and justify extremist policy demands. https://t.co/bNAKcaiAcB
— CounterSpace (@Counter__Space) April 28, 2022
So she is an admitted liar and demagogue, who was willing to exploit and exacerbate racial tensions for her own interests. Absolutely not someone who should be a federal judge. https://t.co/BDQpuMuU8E
— Buck Sexton (@BuckSexton) April 28, 2022
This is about a thorough an unmasking as I've seen.
More of this please! https://t.co/01i3AKilHJ
— Fusilli Spock (@awstar11) April 28, 2022