Biden’s Supreme Court nominee unwittingly proves that biology matters

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Biologists have been cancelled professionally for defining what women are in biological terms. Biden’s Supreme Court nominee Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, however, deferred to biology when asked on during Senate confirmation hearings to “provide a definition” for the word woman.

When asked by Senator Marsha Blackburn to “provide a definition” for the words, Jackson said that she could not do so “in this context,” adding “I’m not a biologist.” In so stating, Jackson cited biology as a determining factor in assessing the definition of what a woman and man are.

But in deferring to biologists and the scientific discipline of, Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, Biden’s Supreme Court pick, has proven that big tech and corporate media are corrupt censors. Media and big tech companies routinely call men women simply because those men say they are women, without providing a definition of what a woman is, or saying how they fit into the existing definitions.

Mainstream media outlets refer to men who say they are women as women, using female pronouns for those biological males, and media outlets and pundits who refuse to capitulate the definitions of reality in service to a fragile emotional condition requiring lies over truth. Tucker Carlson, The Babylon Bee, Charlie Kirk, Reps. Marjorie Taylor Greene and Jim Banks, Meghan Murphy, Kellie-Jay Keen, have all been banned from social media for saying that men are not women.

Moreover, biologists who have stated facts outright have run into trouble professionally, as well as on social media, for expressing the God’s honest truth, that women and men are biological realities and that this biology is an immutable condition.

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