WHO IS LYING? White House says Biden watched SCOTUS nom hearings, Biden says he didn’t

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When asked during a press briefing on Monday about his reaction to the nomination hearings for Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson in the Senate last week, President Joe Biden said he hadn’t seen any of the proceedings. On Tuesday, March 22, White House Deputy Press Secretary Chris Meagher said that Biden had “watched portions of Judge Jackson’s hearing yesterday and today and is proud of the way she is showcasing her extraordinary qualifications…”

Did Biden watch some of the hearings or not? If he did watch them, why did he tell reporters on Monday he hadn’t? If he didn’t watch them, who made the statement on his behalf saying that he did and expressing his view on the proceedings?

On Monday, Biden was asked by a reporter “did you get any chance to watch much of the Judiciary Committee hearing?”

“I didn’t get a chance to see any of it,” Biden responded.

“The fact that Republicans were questioning Judge Jackson on matters like former sentences related to child pornography cases, or the definition of a ‘woman.’ Does that as the former chairman of the Judiciary Committee makes sense to you?” The reporter continued. Biden said that Jackson was qualified and would be “a great addition to the court.”

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