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WATCH: Woke Yale Law Student Just Discovered The Hard Way It’s Not A Good Idea To Take On Ted Cruz

Holy moly, this has got to be one of the more awesome liberal takedowns we’ve seen in quite some time.

Ted Cruz absolutely obliterated this woke Yale law student on the Verdict podcast when she asked him why he and the entire GOP would dare ask Ketanji Brown Jackson such “racist” questions.

It’s kind of amazing how liberals magically transform anything and everything into being about race when most of the time it has nothing to do with it at all. Apparently there is some new spell being taught at Hogwarts where every liberal can say a few words, wave their wands, and POOF! You have racism!

Cruz shredded her “racist” nonsense from every angle, pointing out that the term “racist” is not applicable to Jackson simply being asked questions on her record as a judge, and he reminded the young girl that as a Senator, it was actually his duty to ask those questions.

He then launched into the actual racist move from Joe Biden and other Dems to filibuster and block Janice Rogers Brown.

Back in 2003, Judge Janice Rogers Brown was nominated to serve on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.

As a Senator, Joe Biden filibustered her nomination. Not once, but twice.

After a two-year fight she was approved in 2005, and was hailed as a potential Supreme Court nominee following Justice Sandra Day O’Connor’s retirement.

However, Biden warned President George W. Bush that if he nominated the first black woman to serve on the Supreme Court, he would filibuster and kill her nomination.

Ted also correctly pointed out that the left throws around the word “racist” too lightly, and they use it as a political talking point and nothing more.

Which actually cheapens the actual meaning of the word, resulting in Americans no longer really paying attention to actual acts of racism which really do need to be tackled. By the way, most of these real life examples of racism come from the Democratic Party.

The student stood there practically dumbfounded as Cruz eloquently, but powerfully hacked away at every inch of her “racist” argument.

You can watch the video below:

What’s really shocking here is that this girl might graduate from Yale and become a prominent lawyer, judge, or district attorney, and yet she’s asking dopey questions like this.

Users online were also gobsmacked by the stupidity of this question:

“This is what happens when you watch FAKE NEWS. You become delusional and disconnected from reality”

“The only thing I am curious about after watching this is what exactly was it that she thought was racist in his questioning of the judge.”

“The fact that law students, who are supposed to be trained to be objective and fair, act like this tells me a lot about the way they are being taught. These kids are going to have to defend a murderer some day. Their opinions don’t matter.”

“The youth is lost – indoctrination.”

“Liberal law students = law based on emotion / feelings; Conservative law students = law based on Constitution / fact. This country is in serious trouble if we continue to allow high-brow law schools to graduate liberal indoctrinated law students”

“Watching her, the question etc makes me think America will be invaded and overtaken quietly in about 10 years…..should take the better part of a weekend”

Seriously, if this is the future of law, we’re absolutely doomed.

We only hope that Ted Cruz visits every liberal law school in this country and delivers this same speech… sadly, that might be the only hope we have left at this point.

Which is one reason why we probably should be looking into founding our own educational institutions so that we can provide some balance to what is being taught to young people out there in the world of higher learning.

Even if it’s online materials, like say, PragerU, we need to be providing some sort of rebuttal to the insanity that our young people are being indoctrinated with in public schools and colleges across the country.

This story syndicated with permission from Wayne Dupree

This story syndicated with permission from Chad Prather