Trump Wrecks Ketanji Brown Jackson

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Is Trump right?

At a Save America rally in Georgia, former President Donald Trump criticized former Secretary of State John Kerry, who is currently the special presidential envoy for climate, for being more concerned about climate change than Russia’s nuclear warfare threat.

Returning to the battleground state on Saturday night, Trump addressed the crowd at the NHRA International Dragway in Commerce, Georgia.

Trump began by warning that the U.S. was experiencing “the most dangerous time” considering the Russia-Ukraine conflict and the threats Russia, North Korea, and China have made.

He continued by saying that the time was “far more dangerous than World War I or World War II, and that’s because of the power of nuclear weapons.” Trump then called out John Kerry, asserting that “yet you have people like John Kerry worrying about the climate. The climate!”

The former President added that Kerry was “threatening” the U.S. because “he’s worried about the ocean will rise, will rise, one-hundredth of 1 percent over the next 300 f***ing years.”

His remarks drew cheers from the crowd.

Trump went on to caution America’s geopolitical enemies, saying that the U.S. had the greatest nuclear power, which he attributed to his time in the Oval Office, where he said he rebuilt the nation’s military defenses.

The former President also called for parents to have more control over what their children are taught in schools and emphasized that “we must protect women’s sports” as a national debate on whether transgender people should be allowed to participate continues.

Trump concluded his statements by criticizing Supreme Court nominee Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson for remarks she made about gender.

“The Left has become so extreme that we now have a justice being nominated to the Supreme Court who testified under oath that she could not say what a woman is.”

Trump continued, stating, “If [Jackson] can’t even say what a woman is, how on Earth could she be trusted to say what the constitution is.”

He noted that “a party that’s unwilling to admit that men and women are biologically different in defiance of all scientific and human history, is a party that should not be anywhere near the levers of power in the United States of America.”