The GOP failed and now its too late.
After weeks of controversy, the Senate will now confirm Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson as the first black female on the Supreme Court.
According to The Hill, Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer was able to pull this off by securing a deal which required the buy-in of all 100 Senators to hold an initial vote on Jackson’s nomination around 11 a.m. on Thursday.
“We have reached an agreement for the Senate to conclude the confirmation process of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson tomorrow,” Schumer explained.
“It will be a joyous day. Joyous for the Senate, joyous for the Supreme Court, joyous for America,” Schumer said. “America tomorrow will take a giant step to becoming a perfect nation.”
Along with being the first black female Supreme Court Justice, Judge Jackson will also be the first Supreme Court Justice to have been a public defender.
Three Republican traitors are to vote for Jackson. Those three Republicans are: Sens. Susan Collins (Maine), Lisa Murkowski (Alaska) and Mitt Romney (Utah).