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Was a Judicial Nominee Prejudiced in Her ‘Role as an Advocate’?

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Was a Judicial Nominee Prejudiced in Her ‘Role as an Advocate’?

The Wall Street Journal May 3, 2022
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Nusrat Choudhury claimed police kill unarmed black men in America ‘every day.’ That’s nowhere near true.

Shelby Steele calls them “poetic truths.” They are narratives that play down or disregard reality and facts to advance a favored ideological position. A poetic truth about policing and race in the U.S. has gained currency in recent years, and it was on vivid display last week at a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing.

Continue reading the entire piece here at The Wall Street Journal (paywall)

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Jason L. Riley is a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, a columnist at The Wall Street Journal, and a Fox News commentator. He is the author of the recent book “The Black Boom.”

Photo by imaginima/iStock

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