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It has been interesting to watch the media’s portrayal of the confirmation hearings in the U.S. Senate when it comes to Ketanji Brown Jackson compared to how the hearing for Justice Brett Kavanaugh was portrayed.

Women were the centerpiece for the Democrat arguments against Kavanaugh’s confirmation, now the Democrat appointee cannot even define what a woman is.

What a difference a few years makes.

It isn’t much different here in Iowa. For instance, the Iowa Capital Dispatch labels itself as “community journalism for democracy.” A “non-profit news site” committed to “fair coverage” of politics.


Here are a couple of perspectives offered by the Capital Dispatch around the time Amy Coney Barrett was being confirmed…

Keep in mind the Capital Dispatch is committed to “fair coverage” of politics.

And here is a story from the website on the current confirmation hearings…

Just wanted to highlight that.

Author: Jacob Hall


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