Senator Kennedy Caught Biden’s Radical Judiciary Nominee Lying, Asking Him If He Would Withdraw His Own Nomination

Republican senators took turns examining President Biden’s candidacy for the United States’ Southern District Court for the Southern District of New York at a Senate hearing on Wednesday. Dale Ho, head of the ACLU partisan Voting Rights Project, has been criticized for his radical views, including some inflammatory statements he made on social media. festival.

“I deeply regret the tone of voice I have occasionally put out on social media, especially if it gives anyone the impression that I will not be impartial,” Ho said during the hearing.

Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) has said that Ho was called upon to account for his self-proclaimed “wild-eyed left”. Ho dodged to answer whether this was an accurate self-assessment.

Sen. John Kennedy (R-LA) put on a show, asking Ho if he would withdraw his nomination if he was found to have called the Republican Party an “anti-democratic virus.”

Dale Ho was reminded that he was sworn in, but nonetheless said he did not “believe” that he made the statement. Senator Kennedy asked him if he would withdraw the nomination if it could be proven that he used those words to describe the Republican Party.

“Did you say, quote, ‘Republicanism is the anti-democratic virus’?” Senator Kennedy asked.

“No, Senator, I don’t believe I used those words,” Ho replied.

“Okay, now you’re taking the oath,” Kennedy pointed out.

“Yes, Senator, I–I don’t believe I used those words,” Ho repeated. “I remember saying last year that ‘the… loss of confidence in our elections has spread like a virus,’” he continued.

Kennedy commented: “Yes, it is far from calling the Republican Party an ‘anti-democratic virus”.

“Yes, it was very different, and I don’t believe I used those words,” Ho said again.

“Yes, yes,” replied the senator. “If you used those words, would you withdraw your nomination?”

“Senator, I don’t believe I used those words,” Ho said for the fourth time.

“But if you did,” Kennedy refrained. “Will you retreat?”

“I can’t imagine a scenario where I would use those words,” he replied.

But there is one scenario where Ho actually used those words: An interview with the New York Times.

In one Articles of the times called, “An Indelible Stain”: How the GOP Tried to Subvert a Democratic Pillar” (a fake news story), Ho commented as follows:

“This is a anti-democratic virus that was widespread in orthodox Republicanism, among the elected officials of the orthodox Republican Party. And the loss of confidence in the democratic machine is a much bigger problem than any individual lawsuit.”

Dale Ho now knows what to do.

Five other Biden candidates appeared before the Senate Tuesday, along with Ho. New Republican Party out of a win in the race for Biden’s radical nominee for the Treasury Department, Saule Omarova. The Biden nominee refused to hand over his Marxist thesis to the committee and espoused communist views, such as getting rid of private bank accounts. Senator Kennedy Caught Biden’s Radical Judiciary Nominee Lying, Asking Him If He Would Withdraw His Own Nomination


ClareFora is a Interreviewed U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. ClareFora joined Interreviewed in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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