Schumer Confirms Black Supremacist to DoJ

On Tuesday, the United States Senate confirmed one of Joe Biden’s most controversial federal nominees, Kristen Clarke, to a key leadership post in the Department of Justice, as reported by the Daily Caller.

Clarke was confirmed as head of the DOJ’s Civil Rights Division with 51 votes, when Republican Senator Susan Collins (R-Maine) sided with the chamber’s 50 Democrats to confirm her nomination. As previously reported, her nomination originally stalled in the Judiciary Committee after the committee vote to advance her nomination ended in a tie, before Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) brought the motion to a full floor vote to advance it out of the committee.

Clarke came under heavy scrutiny from Republicans after it was revealed that she had written multiple essays during her time in college that included outright racist statements. She wrote a letter to the Harvard Crimson, under her capacity as President of the Black Studies Association, in which she explicitly and falsely claimed that “melanin endows blacks with greater mental, physical, and spiritual abilities” than White people. Read more…

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