Top Senate Democrat Candidates Won’t Define What a Woman Is

    Life is hard.

    Top Senate Democrat candidates won’t define what a woman is.

    Don’t expect these Democrats to explain macroeconomics anytime soon.

    FOX News reported:

    Several Democrats who are seeking election or re-election in states around the country refused to provide a definition for the word “woman” or offer their thoughts on whether men have the capacity to become pregnant.

    Fox News Digital reached out to multiple Democratic candidates about the topics and received no responses from the campaigns of Sens. Raphael Warnock, D-Ga., Catherine Cortez Masto, D-Nev., Mark Kelly, D-Ariz., and Maggie Hassan, D-N.H., and Senate nominees John Fetterman of Pennsylvania, Tim Ryan of Ohio, and Cheri Beasley of North Carolina.

    Ahead of the midterm elections, and amid the debate on whether abortion should be protected federally, several individuals, including members of the media, have started defending the contentious notion that men have the ability to get pregnant and have abortions.

    In May, Aimee Arrambide, the executive director of the pro-choice nonprofit Avow Texas, was asked by Rep. Dan Bishop, R-N.C., to define what “a woman is” during her testimony on abortion as a Democrat witness before the House Judiciary Committee.

    They shouldn’t feel so bad.

    Joe Biden’s crazy Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Jackson doesn’t know what a woman is either.

    Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, Biden’s nominee for the Supreme Court, was eviscerated by Senator Marsha Blackburn in a series of questions that would have been so easy for anyone to answer just a few short years ago.

    If you could travel back in time just fifteen years, it would be difficult to explain the line of questioning that left Judge Jackson stammering and unable to form a response.

    After all, it was a relatively simple one. Senator Blackburn merely asked Jackson whether she could define the word “woman.”

    “I can’t,” Jackson responded.

    “You can’t?” Blackburn asked. Blackburn seemed to have expected a response that was at least a bit more substantial than that.

    “Not in this context. I’m not a biologist,” Jackson said.

    And with that follow-up, Jackson had fallen into the senator’s trap.

    “The meaning of the word woman is so unclear and controversial that you can’t give me a definition?” Blackburn asked.

    “The fact that you can’t give me a straight answer about something as fundamental as what a woman is underscores the dangers of the kind of progressive education that we are hearing about.”

    Here, Blackburn referred to critical race and gender theory and its impact on schools throughout America.

    Jackson, however, was unwilling to comment on those topics. “I’m not sure what message that sends,” she said when asked of trans athletes beating biological women in competitions. “If you’re asking me about the legal issues related to it, those are topics that are being hotly discussed, as you say, and could come to the court,” she said in order to avoid commenting further.

    Senator Kennedy also managed to get a quick shot in at Jackson. “When does life begin,” the senator asked.