Jean-Pierre cries that SCOTUS took away ‘important constitutional right’ of racial discrimination

White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre appeared on MSNBC to decry the Supreme Court ruling against affirmative action, accusing the high court of “taking away important constitutional rights” while laughably calling President Biden “an expert” on jurisprudence.

She also carped that the ruling was “unheard of” and was “really wrong” to MSNBC host Ari Melber who then asked her if Biden was going to do something about it.

“This is really, really important and I know the American people are really tracking this, as they should be. Dobbs decision, that was something that was decided on a year ago. Really took away the freedoms from women. I think about abortion, I think about reproductive rights. And that was unprecedented. Now you fast-forward to what we saw last week, affirmative action. Again, taking away important constitutional rights that have been in place for a long time,” Jean-Pierre nonsensically responded.

“Let’s not forget the president, when he was a senator, he was the chair of the Judiciary Committee, he is an expert on this, he understands how this works. A lot of these unprecedented decisions that this SCOTUS has made, they have been held up in the past by Republicans, by Democrats, right? And so there’s so much changes [sic] that have happened in the past year. It is, you know, unheard of. It is really wrong what we’ve seen,” she added.

Melber went on to ask the press secretary about legacy admissions and whether the White House had any official stance on them.

“What I can say at the moment, for now, is, one of the things, because as I mentioned, the president takes this very seriously, he’s an expert at this when it comes to judges and getting judges through. What we’ve done from day one is made sure that we, as we’re nominating judges and getting them through, federal judges, that they’ve been diverse. We’ve done 136 federal judges who are diverse and represent this country. And that is also important. So we’re going to keep that afoot, make sure that we continue to focus on that,” Jean-Pierre asserted.

“Don’t have anything to share on any actions that we’re taking, but certainly we’re going to be very vocal about it. We’re going to continue, as I mentioned, with the federal judges. We’re going to say, ‘This is wrong.’ It is unprecedented. This is what we’ve seen from this Supreme Court,” she continued.

The Supreme Court ruled against the use of race as a factor in college admissions as a violation of the 14th Amendment’s equal protection clause in their ruling on June 29. They basically called it un-American.

“A benefit to a student who overcame racial discrim­ination, for example, must be tied to that student’s courage and determination,” Chief Justice John Roberts wrote in the majority opinion that drove leftists over the edge.

“Or a benefit to a student whose herit­age or culture motivated him or her to assume a leadership role or attain a particular goal must be tied to that student’s unique ability to contribute to the university. In other words, the student must be treated based on his or her ex­periences as an individual—not on the basis of race,” the opinion noted.

Twitter thrashed the press secretary who sees herself as a historic figure:

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