Thurgood Marshall’s confirmation was a giant step forward in Supreme Court and U.S. history, but along the way he faced Senate Judiciary Committee questions that were race-baiting, arrogant, irrelevant and picayune. Ketanji Brown Jackson’s historic hearings have unfolded in a similar way.

It's one thing to disagree with and clarify points of contention with a given nominee. It Is entirely different to inject debunked claims and distortions into the confirmation process. 

The U.S. Senate has received the historic nomination for Ketanji Brown Jackson's historic nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court as calls grow louder for the confirmation process to be expedited.

Lindsey Graham recalled segregation as "the good old days" while disingenuously trying to show that Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett wouldn't work to reverse landmark U.S. Supreme Court decisions.

President Obama's nomination of Myra Selby to the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals in early 2016 was blocked by Republicans, paving the way for Trump to nominate Amy Coney Barrett to that same seat.


White supremacy doesn’t care if the world burns as long as white people get to smell everyone else’s ashes first.

Brett Kavanaugh may or may not be racist, but he certainly has racist tendencies.


You could be forgiven if you thought you saw a gang sign, since it sort of is.