Fact: the nominee is not the first black woman considered for the court – not by a mile. “Judge Amalya Lyle Kearse, a Black woman from Vauxhall, New Jersey, was within arm’s reach of a Supreme Court nomination 41 years ago. And 35 years ago. And 31 years ago. And 28 years ago.” - FORBES
“President” Joe Biden violated federal law in his selection of a supreme court jurist solely based on her sex and race. He considered no one else, and instructed his gofers to ignore any other candidate. Apparently no white, Hispanic or Asian, or a male, had the qualifications to serve.
The president made his intent public. He then delivered on his promise knowing he’s violating the law of the land. With a few RINOs predictably playing along, Democrats in the senate on cynical partisan grounds, confirmed Biden’s selection. These affirmative votes violate the constitution by having confirmed a federal employee based only on her sex and race. With their votes, this gaggle of racists had agreed to discriminate and exclude other races and the opposite sexfrom gainful employment.
Employment based on sex and race is discriminatory under the laws of all fifty states. This is especially true for the bench that rules on cases of discrimination. Rulings for the entire nation can affect generations.
The 14th Amendment of the U.S Constitution – CORNELL LAW:
Congress, using its power to regulate interstate commerce, enacted the Civil Rights Act of 1964 under Title 42, Chapter 21 of the United States Code. Discrimination based on "race, color, religion, or national origin" in public establishments that have a connection to interstate commerce or are supported by the state is prohibited. See 42 U.S.C. § 2000a.
Title VII of the Civil Rights Act prohibits employment discrimination where the employer is engaged in interstate commerce. Congress has passed numerous other laws dealing with employment discrimination.
The judiciary, most notably the Supreme Court, plays a crucial role in interpreting civil rights, as a single Supreme Court ruling can alter the recognition of rights throughout the nation. REF
Referencing the law above, SCOTUS rules on matters of commerce, interstate commerce, education, media, employment and housing, banking, and venues of public establishment. Education and media on the net as well as banking and judicial rulings cross state lines by wire – and are considered “interstate commerce” even when the institution of learning, banking, and employment are local.
All of these activities are presumably supported by the state (see the first paragraph under CORNELL LAW above). Finally, the court is engaged in interstate commerce itself and cases bearing on civil rights by virtue of its previous rulings.
It is not merely the illegal nomination of a SCOTUS jurist that had violated the civil rights of other Americans and the judicial norms of color-blind justice.
The selection dehumanized them too.
It is not merely the confirmation that has done likewise.
It is that confirming jurists based on their race and sex directly violates the civil rights of American voters of every creed, race and color, and candidates even more qualified were not being considered and not given a fair shake. Ultimately, it ended the possibility of the excluded jurists who would certainly have promulgated rulings that would have changed the course of history.
Joe Biden’s and the Democrat’s disingenuous and racist act violated the legitimate functioning of a democratic state, itsconstitution, and all institutions and courts of law across the land.
Every state in the union has become an aggrieved party. Every state has standing in that state’s federal court to bring civil rights actions based on the U.S. Constitution’s 14th amendment, against the racist and sexist acts of the president and Congress.
If the courts successfully ruled that the president’s nomination was illegal based on the premises outlined here, selective bias, it would make the confirmation illegal as well.
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