Congressional Black Caucus Chairman Slams Kavanaugh for Writing ‘In the Eyes of Government, We Are Just One Race.
Democrats are really reaching for something to stop Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court. During one of Kavanaugh’s hearings Senator Corey Booker released confidential information to the public that he insinuated would be damning to Kavanaugh. In reality, it turns out that the “damning” documents were a bust. There was no shocking revelation in them. It was just Kavanaugh discussing how to approach security after the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Now we have the Congressional Black Caucus chairman blasting Kavanaugh for writing, “in the eyes of government, we are just one race.” Really?? That’s an issue? It is becoming more and more clear that the democrat, liberal black community is wanting to segregate itself from other races. Being seen as one and the same as other races is called EQUALITY! You know, what Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. spent his life fighting for.
The Congressional Black Caucus chairman, Cedric Richmond spoke to the U.S. Supreme Court on Friday, standing against the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh.
Breitbart reports that Richmond claimed that “voting rights,” “education,” and “criminal law outcomes,” would “be greatly endangered” by Judge Kavanaugh – to whom he referred only as “Mr. Kavanaugh” – taking a seat on the Supreme Court.
“Mr. Kavanaugh’s confirmation would fortify a generation of destructive conservative ideology at a time when several historically significant legal challenges will come before the high court,” Richmond told the committee, adding later that Kavanaugh’s writings demonstrate a “sparse commitment to equal protection under the law.”
A 1999 op-ed Kavanaugh wrote for the Wall Street Journal was presented as objectionable. “Almost 20 years ago, while in private practice, he wrote that in the future the Supreme Court would agree that in the eyes of government we are just one race,” Richmond told the committee as he encouraged them to oppose Kavanaugh’s confirmation.
Richmond believes that there should be laws that hold up certain rights for certain races… He was staunchly against Jeff Sessions and his support of Asian-Americans who sued Harvard University over its race-based admissions policies. How can you fight for equality while every action you take shows that you want segregation. This is not the America Dr. King fought for. Sad. And this is NOT a reason to stop the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh, in fact it proves that he is the perfect man for the job.