Last week Ketanji Brown Jackson was confirmed as an Associate Supreme Court. She will be the first black female Supreme Court Justice in U.S. history when she takes her place on the bench this summer. Since 1789, when the U.S. Supreme Court was established, 95 percent of the justices have been white males. The appointment of this 116th Associate Justice helps to further the ideal of “EQUAL JUSTICE UNDER LAW” which has been 230 years in the making.
In nominating Jackson, President Joe Biden has delivered on his campaign promise to appoint qualified women for key governmental positions. This is not a new policy for him. Back In 1981 as a U.S. senator he participated in confirmation hearings for Sandra Day O’Connor, the first woman supreme court justice. As vice president, he counseled President Barack Obama on his two female Supreme Court picks, Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan. And for the 2018 election he chose Kamala Harris for his running mate and our first black female vice-president.
The confirmation for Jackson was divided by party lines. The 53-47 vote was close but Jackson’s confirmation was put over the top by three Republicans, Mitt Romney, Lisa Murkowski, and Susan Collins. While U.S. Senators have the right and duty to represent their constituents, a select group of Republicans went out of their way to publicly disgrace Jackson as they created disturbing “soundbites” for their use in upcoming elections. Rand Paul, Ted Cruz, Josh Hawley, Lindsey Graham and John Cornyn were the most vocal of these obstructionists.
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Katanji Brown Jackson was born on a Monday in the zodiac sign of Virgo. Her INNER SELF is ruled by the Moon and Mercury governs her OUTER SELF. Those born with the #18 MON VIR Dayology Signature have a good sense of what is going on around them, plus a desire to improve matters in a manner that is clear and simple. These traits she will put to good use sorting out relevant issues and making critical decisions as a U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice.
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This space usually profiles famous or remarkable figures, but given the very bad behavior of these five U.S. Senators, they do not merit individual characterizations as to their honor. There is however a definite pattern to their group dishonor which can bear some exposure. Three of these U.S. senators, Rand Paul, Ted Cruz and Josh Hawley, were born in the zodiac sign of Capricorn and two, Lindsey Graham and John Cornyn, were born on a Saturday. What the five have in common is the strong presence of Saturn within their Dayology Signatures.
This is not to say that everyone born on Saturday or in Capricorn are inherently nasty. This negative attitude is a choice made by individuals. Still those with a Saturn rulership are always serious or stern in some manner. If they are smart they hold themselves accountable to moral codes and refrain from judging the behaviors of others. Those who exercise Saturn’s self discipline can be trusted to justly enforce our nation’s law. These five senators are clearly lacking human warmth and understanding when dealing with people different than themselves.
All five are familiar with each other’s political careers and work to further the Republican agenda. Probably the two most influential are Rand Paul and Lindsey Graham. They don’t always agree but they are always disagreeable. In fact during the Jackson vote, neither were allowed to cast their vote on the Senate floor because they chose not to dress appropriately. And both voted “no” from the cloakroom as a statement of defiance. After the vote Graham released an absolutely irrelevant web video stating that Democrats “destroy conservative judges and expect us to just clap and vote ‘Yes.’ That’s ridiculous, dangerous, and it’s not going to happen.”
The interactions within Dayology Signatures of Paul and Graham are intensified by a MUTUAL RECEPTION between their planetary rulers. This creates that hardline delivery about basically trivial and shmaltzy matters. The same spiteful type of interaction appears in another MUTUAL RECEPTION between Lindsey Graham and Josh Hawley, who appear to get along very well. In regard to the hearing of Jackson Graham said, “Senator. Hawley, you need to ask her about her record as a circuit court judge,” Knowing well that the vicious claims as to her being “soft on crime” were false and debunked, he continued on “I hope you do. It’s very fair game.”