‘History of the Horizon’; Get Nets ‘Emotion’ Over Syrup at Jackson Hearings

The day after the Senate confirmation hearing of Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson, the liberal bias and heroic worship was plentiful on Tuesday morning as ABC, CBS and NBC rioted. “What a moment” It was for America “History on the Horizon” For the first black female nominated candidate. Always, he was never identified as liberal or progressive (e.g. There were incidents Monday morning).

Of ABC Good morning America The love they showered on their allies must have been gunned down for future White House or Jackson interviews. Co-host Amy Rabach teased: “[h]History on the horizon “ With “Jackson is preparing for the question marathon day,” But that freted “Republicans are planning to attack his record.”

Tossing congressional correspondent Rachel Scott, co-host TJ Holmes boasted: “It simply came to our notice then. The Senate confirmation hearing … is now underway and Judge Jackson … will face question[s] After making a very personal opening statement yesterday. “

Scott – K. Embarrass yourself Trying to question Senator Josh Howley (R-MO) – discomfort “History made in this house” And “Capitol Hill” As “[t]He is the weight of the moment [sunk] Inside ” For the passionate Jackson.

Scott makes it bold with personal details (click “Extend”):

SCOTT: Jackson is introducing herself to the country as the daughter of a schoolteacher. She credits her father, who later became an attorney for shaping her passion for the law.

Jackson: My father is especially responsible for my interest in law. My earliest memories are of my father studying. There was a pile of his law books on the kitchen table while I sat next to him with my pile of colorful books.

SCOTT: There Judge Jackson, her two daughters and her husband Patrick Jackson, a cancer surgeon are sitting behind her overwhelmed with emotion.

Jackson: I have no doubt that nothing would have happened if he had not been by my side since the beginning of this incredible professional journey.

SCOTT: If confirmed, she would be the second working mother to serve in court.

Jackson: Girls, I know it has not been easy because I have tried to navigate the challenges of awakening my career and motherhood and I fully admit that I have not always been able to keep the balance. But I hope you have seen that it can be done with hard work, determination and love.

As CBS did, Scott played soundbite from students at Southern University Law Center in Washington. “To show their support and witness history.”

Scott concluded by pointing out that “Republicans have already seen the prelude to their attack as soft on crime,” but then dismissed the questions because “there is no Republican support needed to convince Democrats.”

Before moving on, Holmes returned to praise Robbach and Weekend co-host Whit Johnson: “And, friends, no matter how it works, it’s something we’ve never seen in the history of the country. A black woman is in the SCOTUS confirmation hearing in the Senate. So, something has to be seen.”

CBS Morning There was no good. Co-host and donor to the Democratic Party, Gayle King emphasized Jackson Pledges to uphold constitution and be independent And to Congressman Nicole Killian’s surprise: “[H]Do you think that you can get it for the judge today? “

Killian said “both sides say they want it to be honorable” and “Jackson’s team says he is ready to” reject the Republican effort “to drill down on his record”.

“I talked to her parents who told me they thought yesterday was good and that it was one of the proudest moments of their lives.” He added.

Like his colleagues, Killian portrayed Jackson as non-partisan, he said “Admit it[ed] His family and sure[ed] His commitment to the law. “

At 8:00 a.m., King wanted to send Jackson a final Valentine (click “expand”):

King: But can we say something about Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson? What a feeling it must have been to be sitting there with her parents watching her.


Barrison: That’s right.

KING: A feeling for both of them.

Barrison: There was a lot of emotion in the house. You can tap her husband’s feet –

KING: Yes, I saw it.

Dokupil: – Constantly and, at one point, he go for a tissue. I don’t know if he was on the verge of crying, but there were many people in the house.

KING: It was quite a moment.

Barrison: Quite a while.

Raja: That is very true.

Barrison: What a moment that was.

Going to NBC Today, They were still pro-Biden but, like his basement propaganda, tried to put us to sleep. Chief Capitol Hill correspondent Garrett Hackey said Tuesday would be “the most important day of his confirmation hearing where senators have up to 30 minutes to put his record and life under the spotlight.”

That said, he has confirmed a line about his family: “Supported by a bright family, including her daughter and tear-stained husband, Jackson thanked her parents for encouraging her on this historic course.”

Remember when the family was seen as negative for the Supreme Court nominee? We do! See Here, Here, HereAnd Here For a few examples.

And before talking to Hawk with Senator Amy Cloboucher (D-MN), Hawk summarizes how Democrats felt about him (as a Republican “preview”)[ed] Question and line of attack “): “Democratic senators are seeing the level of confidence in his ability to present his best defense.”

The tragic White House broadcast on Tuesday morning was made possible thanks to the approval of advertisers such as Charles Schwab (on NBC), Claritin (on ABC), and Nature’s Bounty (on CBS). Follow the links to see their contact information on the MRC’s Conservative Fight Back page.

To see the relevant transcript from March 22, click here (for ABC), here (for CBS), and here (for NBC).

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