America now has a member on the U.S. Supreme Court, Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson, who claimed not to know what a woman is when testifying at her confirmation hearing. This bright woman said she couldn’t answer because “I’m not a biologist.” Of course, that was a wink and a nod to the far left, telling them how she would rule if a “gender identity” case comes before her.

Political pundits rushed to praise or criticize her, yet they all missed the important implication behind her remark. The implication is that Americans should rely on “experts” for everything. We should no longer rely on experience gained from living, nor rely on our eyes, ears, brains, et al., as we maneuver through life. Throw all one’s knowledge and experience out the window and replace it with opinions of “experts.” Government, of course, will choose the “experts.”

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