Wendy Rogers Insists That Biden’s SCOTUS Pick ‘Perjured Herself’ By Claiming Not to Know What a Woman Is

We reported earlier that Joe Biden’s Supreme Court nominee Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson claimed not to know what a woman is during her hearing yesterday.

Arizona GOP State Sen Wendy Rogers responded to the astounding claim by the judge, who currently sits on the Board of Appeals.

“Little kids know what a woman is. Biden’s SCOTUS nominee perjured herself,” Rogers insisted.

Prior to that tweet by Rogers, she had quote tweeted Jenna Ellis who had asked, “At what point is Ketanji Brown Jackson lying to the Senate by saying ‘I don’t know’ just to avoid responding to questions?”

“Perjury,” Rogers responded.

Rogers encouraged Republicans to vote against Jackson yesterday and in another tweet today declared, “This SCOTUS nominee is an activist.”

While some may scoff at the suggestion by Rogers, a 2019 article from Vox asked, “Did Brett Kavanaugh perjure himself during his confirmation hearing?”

According to that article, to claim perjury, the prosecutor would have to prove that someone “willfully lied under oath” and that the lies had direct relevance to the testimony.