Wendy Rogers Encourages Republicans to Vote Against Judge Jackson After Major Questions Come to Light

Trump endorsed nationally known election integrity stalwart and Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers prodded U.S. Senators on the Republican side not to nominate Ketanji Brown Jackson for the Supreme Court. Rogers recently posted to Telegram, an app many are using to avoid perceived heavy-handed political censorship from Twitter against right-wing users.


Many have raised questions and concerns about Jackson being nominated to the Supreme Court of the United States. On top of that, Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s treatment by Democrats when he was nominated has been brought up as well.

Some even questioned the calls for a “Black female nominee”, not because there’s anything wrong with that, but because it questions constitutionality to not give anyone else a chance at all, by narrowing down the selection process to race and gender such as how they did.

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We reported on some other concerns:

With a 50-50 senate and Kamala Harris as the tie-breaker, it will be hard to stop this nomination. But many right-wing personalities feel there should be as much resistance as possible, especially considering the aforementioned details.

This new appointment, should it get through, won’t change the balance of power, but will put a younger, more left-leaning Democrat in the seat of an older Democrat who is retiring.