BREAKING: Jackson makes history as first Supreme Court justice to not know what a woman is
WASHINGTON, DC—Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson officially joined the Supreme Court on Thursday, making history as the first justice to not know what a woman is.
President* Biden’s appointee was sworn in as the court‘s 116th justice Thursday at noon, taking the seat of Justice Stephen G. Breyer, who retired after nearly three decades of service.
It has been reported that Jackson brings a biologist around with her everywhere she goes to tell her which bathroom to use.
Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. administered the constitutional oath to Justice Jackson, and Justice Breyer, her mentor, administered the judicial oath.
“I am pleased to welcome Justice Jackson to the court and to our common calling despite her not having a strong grasp of basic biology,” said Chief Justice Roberts.
Justice Jackson’s husband and two daughters were present when she took the oaths.
It’s unclear if her family members know what a woman is.