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Ketanji Brown Jackson handles Lindsey Graham like a boss during extremely stupid line of questioning

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Ketanji Brown Jackson kicked off her second day of Supreme Court nomination hearings today by fielding a line of extremely stupid questioning from none other than Lindsey Graham.

The anti-LGBTQ senator grilled the judge about her faith and whether, specifically, she has anything against Catholics.Related: Two Supreme Court Justices just said they want to overturn marriage equalityIt started with Graham asking Jackson, “What faith are you, by the way?” When she responded by saying that she’s a non-denominational protestant, he proceeded to ask whether she could “fairly judge a Catholic.”“Senator, I have a record of fairly judging everyone,” Jackson replied as Graham tried speaking over her.“I’m just asking this question because, how important is your faith to you?” Graham said.To which Jackson, looking perplexed, responded, “As you know, there’s no religious test in the Constitution under Article 6 and it’s very important to set aside one’s personal views about things in the role of a judge.”Related: WATCH: Mayor Pete destroys Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett in one gay swoopGraham, who was clearly trying to settle old scores with Democrats over their questioning of Amy Coney Barrett in 2020, pressed on by asking Jackson, “On a scale of 1 to 10, how faithful would you say you are?” Then he inquired about how often she goes to church.The judge responded by saying, “Well, Senator, I am reluctant to talk about my faith in this way just because I want to be mindful of the need for the public to have confidence in my ability to separate out my personal views.”Watch.A lot of people have been talking about the exchange on Twitter, but our favorite comment has to be from Mary Trump, who remarked: “I know this is an.

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