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NBC News' Yamiche Alcindor troubled by 'unsettling development' during Senate vote on Ketanji Brown Jackson

The U.S. Senate voted today to confirm Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court. Judge Jackson was confirmed with the help of three Republican “yes” votes:


The final vote total was slightly delayed:

Senator Paul eventually voted:

After that, right on cue, Yamiche Alcindor of NBC News and PBS did her “journalism” thing:

Did anybody not expect this particular “journalist” to take that approach?

Hmm, we didn’t hear such talk during a certain previous nomination:


Instead, lefty “journalists” are just going to pretend it never happened.

Alcindor was just doing her job as she sees it, which is to be a mouthpiece for the Democrats.



Yamiche Alcindor breathlessly recounts Ketanji Brown Jackson’s story about a random black woman telling her to ‘persevere’ at Harvard

Sen. Mitt Romney was against Ketanji Brown Jackson before he was for her

Dem Sen. Dick Durbin praises GOP senators who ‘rose above the partisan fray’ to vote yes on Ketanji Brown Jackson’s confirmation

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