On Easter Sunday, Chuck Schumer Spoke In Church And Compared The Confirmation Of Ketanji Brown Jackson To The Resurrection Of Jesus 🤦‍♂️

Apr 19th

You just knew that with Easter Sunday coming so close to the confirmation of Ketanji Brown Jackson that somebody would take the unthinkable, yet obvious, bait of comparing KBJ to the resurrected Christ.

It's not a shock to see this from a Democrat politician, but here is Senate Majority leader Chuck Schumer at a church in New York doing exactly that:

Hey, David French and Russell Moore! I think I found that Christian Nationalism you've been so worried about.

Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson will be the first black woman to ever hold the title justice, and I believe, and if I have anything to do with it, the first of more to come!

Woohoo! Amen! The child pornography apologist has just been given a seat in the highest court of the land, but we like her politics and skin color so YAY!

Schumer goes on to brag about bringing "diversity" to the Court, by which he literally means nominating people who ALL look the same and think the same but aren't white men.

This is what he calls a "reversal" in representation on the Court.

He also slams Trump appointees as "racists" with no evidence or examples given, of course.

Then, with the affirmative action appointment of Jackson in mind, Schumer proudly compares her to the resurrected Christ himself.

Lord knows, it took too long to get here. But now that we're here there's no going back. The stone has been rolled away from the tomb! And all those good things we hoped and prayed for will come to pass! So Happy Easter!

Ahh yes, the true meaning of Easter, appointing your preferred political activist judges to the bench. This is a great day for [checks notes] Christianity!

Abortion, Critical Race Theory, transgenderism, and leftist policies will take over the country with our radical judges!


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