On Monday, civil rights activist Maya Wiley appeared on MSNBC and told host Joy Reid that Republican senators voting against confirming Supreme Court nominee judge Ketanji Brown Jackson sent a message to black people that they are not "good enough.”
Reid said, “Long term, do you foresee any of these men regretting having landed in the history books on the wrong side of history saying, ‘We will deny this black woman. We don’t want this black woman on the court. We don’t have a reason for it.’ She has the same lack of judicial philosophy John Roberts testified to when he was running. He said I don’t have a judicial philosophy. They didn’t have a problem with that."
She asked, "Do you think ultimately, in the history books, do you think they’ll care they come down on the Dixiecrat side of history here?”
Wiley replied, “I will say this. I certainly hope so. I certainly hope they understand, as people elected to the Senate who went and took an oath to uphold the Constitution of the United States and frankly stand up and serve this democracy, that they understand exactly what happened here was not only the attack on a black woman qualified for this job, sending a message by the way to black people across this country that it doesn’t matter what you do. That was the message. It doesn’t matter what you do. You will not be good enough."
Wiley added, "Wrong message for pluralist democracy, but they also sent the message that said anybody who has an interest in rising in your profession and in your career on the Federal bench, you better meet our ideological litmus test. It is not something that’s okay. The third branch of government, the federal judiciary, is supposed to be an independent one. They attacked that today.”
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