ABC Team Congratulates Ketanji Jackson on Lifetime Support with Biden WH

ABC’s Wednesday Good morning AmericaNetwork Newscast Biden has decided to assist the White House in its PR campaign so that left-wing Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson can be confirmed through a three-way interview. “Lifelong friends” “who know him best” We need to “know” what the “key” is.

In the second of four teas, co-host George Stefanopoulos said he was “Looking forward” That will be what co-host Robin Roberts said “Judge Ketanji has a really special eye on Brown Jackson” Thanks “His lifelong friend” He is like that “Ready to make history.”

The latter runs at the beginning of the ABC segment “A personal look at Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson” With “Stories” Back to dating friends “Her time as an undergraduate roommate for law students at Harvard.”

Liberal correspondent Deborah Roberts could no longer be heard openly if the White House sent her a script (click “expand”):

D. ROBERTS: Well, they pulled the curtain on Judge Jackson’s life. They call themselves The Ladies during their college days, a tight group of friends behind each other during their college days. They say there were parties and fun moments, but it was clear that their enthusiastic friend Ketanji, who was an ideal student, was going a long way. With Ketanji Brown Jackson’s nomination to the Supreme Court, there could be loud cheers from these three.

Nina Simmons: Lots of screaming and jumping and excitement.

Lisa Fairfax: Crying and laughing at the same time. That moment was emotional. When he is introduced he is actually seen standing behind the President and then moving forward.

Jackson: Thank you very much, Mr. President.

D. ROBERTS: Apart from the family, few people know the 51-year-old appellate court judge as well as the woman. Lifelong friends with an unbroken bond that began more than 30 years ago, first as a Harvard graduate roommate then as a law student.

Antoine Cockley: I remember – remember, you guys – remember a few years ago when we told Ketanji in our college dormitory, you’re going to be the first black woman in the US Supreme Court? You’re going to be it. It was clear then.

Proud that Jackson’s friends believed he had “always had the right thing to do,” Roberts used more clips from his followers to add that the Supreme Court nominee was “always on their backs,” one of whom had breast cancer.

Like a true preacher, Roberts confused it “[t]Hey everyone knows the real judge is Jackson. Moving on to Jackson’s episode “Telling an amazing story,” “Funny,” And someone that “Loves to dance.”

Live back with GMA Crew, Deborah Roberts was proud that Jackson was “quite personal about her life,” revealing that “her then 11-year-old daughter, who sued former President Obama over why her mother should be an appellate court judge, is determined.” He does not break his promise even if he wants to be honest and do something else.

That set led to a series break out “Aha” Deborah said “there’s nothing like a true friend” and joining the team, including Robin Roberts, is that Jackson has shown himself. “A real man” (Click “Extend”):

STEPHANOPOULOS: Oh, that’s pretty cool.

R. Roberts: I know, I know. But it’s wonderful. We think – I don’t know – everyone, think about the friends you already have in your life

D. Roberts: Yes.

R. ROBERTS: And yes – I can’t imagine what they’re feeling. Well, now we can.

D. Roberts: A real man.

R. Roberts: Yes.

D. ROBERTS: Exactly. Now, we do.

R. Roberts: Yes, we do.

While this is common for friends and acquaintances selected by the Supreme Court for interviews, it is particularly embarrassing when a so-called purposeful broadcast network accepts the offer and gives the administration a grade-puff piece.

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To view relevant ABC transcripts from March 9, click “Expand”.

Of ABC Good morning America
March 9, 2022
8:54 a.m. [TEASE]

[ON-SCREEN HEADLINE: 8:40; Ahead; Getting to Ketanji Brown Jackson]

Ginger G: And lifelong friends of Ketanji Brown Jackson tell us about the Supreme Court selection that made our history.

(….)

8:02 a.m. [TEASE]

Robin Roberts: And we have a special eye on Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, who is ready to make history as the first black woman in the Supreme Court. We’ve been talking to him all our lives
Friends are sharing with us what they want us to know about their dear friend who is on the verge of history.

George Stefanopoulos: Waiting.

(….)

8:08 a.m. [TEASE]

[ON-SCREEN HEADLINE: Getting to Ketanji Brown Jackson; 8:40]

TJ Holmes: Also, Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson is known to some of his closest friends who know him best.

(….)

8:39:50 a.m. [TEASE]

[ON-SCREEN HEADLINE: And when we come back, we get to know Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson to those who know her best.

(….)

8:42 a.m. Eastern

[ON-SCREEN HEADLINE: Getting to Know Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson; Lifelong Friends of Supreme Court Nominee Open Up]

ROBERTS: We’re back with the personal look of Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson. Her lifelong friends are sharing stories of their time as undergraduate roommates with law students at Harvard. Deborah Roberts joins us further on this topic. Good morning, Dev.

Deborah Roberts: Hey, Robin. Well, they pulled the trigger on Judge Jackson’s life. They call themselves The Ladies during their college days, a tight group of friends behind each other during their college days. They say there were parties and fun moments, but it was clear that their enthusiastic friend Ketanji, who was an ideal student, was going a long way. With Ketanji Brown Jackson’s nomination to the Supreme Court, there could be loud cheers from these three.

Nina Simmons: Lots of screaming and jumping and excitement.

Lisa Fairfax: Crying and laughing at the same time. That moment was emotional. When he is introduced he is actually seen standing behind the President and then moving forward.

Ketanji Brown Jackson: Thank you very much, Mr. President.

D. ROBERTS: Apart from the family, few people know the 51-year-old appellate court judge as well as the woman. Lifelong friends with an unbroken bond that began more than 30 years ago, first as a Harvard graduate roommate then as a law student.

Antoine Cockley: I remember – remember, you guys – remember a few years ago when we told Ketanji in our college dormitory, you’re going to be the first black woman in the US Supreme Court? You’re going to be it. It was clear then.

D. ROBERTS: Their friend, they say, was always the right thing to do.

Simmons: Ketanji can organize something, bring people together and recognize everyone’s strengths and make sure you recognize your strengths as well.

Kokley: To me, that is the essence of being a great leader.

D. ROBERTS: Through an all-night study session and now as a judge, wife and mother, Jackson, they say, were always behind them.

FAIRFAX: I am now a law professor and Ketanji was actually helpful in helping me make that change. He really made me feel like I could do it, supported me through the process.

Simmons: I was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2014 and one day, I looked up and saw Ketanji and Lisa at my door and it was amazing. There was a time when I didn’t tell people. I didn’t really share it and he appeared. Didn’t ask any questions, he just showed up.

D. ROBERTS: They all know the real Judge Jackson.

Kokley: I don’t think people know he’s funny and he’s an amazing storyteller.

Simmons: She loves to dance. Surprise? I don’t know if we were in college and law school, we would be the first there. She will dance, have a good time.

D. ROBERTS: Many memories from a time when they were just called women.

Simmons: female, go, female, go, female, go 7 No one will lead that mantra except Ketanji. He will lead that song on the dance floor every time.

D. ROBERTS: Now ready to make history with her longtime friend, these women can’t be proud.

Fairfax: Anyway he needs us, whenever he needs us, you want to send me a text at 3:00 in the morning, you can call me anytime, we got you.

Antoinette: It wasn’t enough for Ketanji to be successful, he wanted us all to be successful. [SCREEN WIPE] And so, we all benefited, I think, from that relationship and it has kept us going for so many years.

D. ROBERTS: The judge was quite private about his life, but a few years ago, he shared a sweet letter from his then 11-year-old daughter who wrote to former President Obama about why she should be his mother. And he doesn’t break his promise even if he wants to do something else.

Host: Awww.

D. Roberts: Nothing like a true friend.

STEPHANOPOULOS: Oh, that’s pretty cool.

R. Roberts: I know, I know. But it’s wonderful. We think – I don’t know – everyone, think about the friends you’ve had before in your life

D. Roberts: Yes.

R. ROBERTS: And yes – I can’t imagine what they’re feeling. Well, now we can.

D. Roberts: A real man.

R. Roberts: Yes.

D. ROBERTS: Exactly. Now, we do.

R. Roberts: Yes, we do. Thanks for sharing that, Deb.

D. Roberts: Of course.

R. ROBERTS: Appreciate it.

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