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Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson

yamilee21

Well-Known Member
I’m not going to quote or link it, but a rather despicable black conservative, John McWhorter, has an opinion column in the New York Times today that essentially boils down to mocking Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson’s given name. He frames it as pretending to want to explore West African languages, because our kidnapped ancestors were primarily West African, yet the African/African-inspired names are usually of Swahili/East African/Arabic origin. But between the lines, it’s about mocking her name. Don’t black conservatives ever take a day off to shut up and let the rest of black people have a moment without their nonsense? :rolleyes:
 

charmingt

Well-Known Member
I’m not going to quote or link it, but a rather despicable black conservative, John McWhorter, has an opinion column in the New York Times today that essentially boils down to mocking Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson’s given name. He frames it as pretending to want to explore West African languages, because our kidnapped ancestors were primarily West African, yet the African/African-inspired names are usually of Swahili/East African/Arabic origin. But between the lines, it’s about mocking her name. Don’t black conservatives ever take a day off to shut up and let the rest of black people have a moment without their nonsense? :rolleyes:
Yet his name is John McWhorter. Where does that trace back to, sir? ;)
 
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