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  • Its Own Contradiction

    “Life experiences could make a difference,” said Judge Sotomayor in response to a question by Sen. Session. But, she says, “not the result.” So do they or don’t they?

    Sen. Sessions noted her comment that “[m]y experience affects the facts I see.” Does the Judge, he asked, stand by that statement today?

    “No, I do not stand by the understanding of that statement.”  In other words, its meaning? So does she disclaim it or not? It would be an easy thing to do.

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