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Good Morning America Forced To Issue Correction After Calling Ketanji Brown Jackson First Black Supreme Court Justice

Bias in the mainstream media is sinking to even lower lows.

Good Morning America sent out a tweet saying that Ketanji Brown Jackson is the first black Supreme Court justice in history.

This is, of course, not true.

Although Jackson is the first black female to be on the court there have been two black Supreme Court Justices to sit on the court. They are Thurgood Marshall (the first) — and Justice Clarence Thomas, who is currently serving.

Breitbart reported:

In reality, the late Thurgood Marshall was the first black justice and was succeeded by black Justice Clarence Thomas following his retirement.

Good Morning America did end up correcting the tweet but this was after it was up for almost five hours and had gotten over 10,000 views.

CORRECTION: Video shows Ketanji Brown Jackson sworn in as the first Black female Supreme Court justice in U.S. history.

A previous tweet erroneously stated Jackson is the first Black Supreme Court justice. https://t.co/aWelikUtZg pic.twitter.com/eCVLnwvqcR

— Good Morning America (@GMA) June 30, 2022

They truly are Fake News.

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The post Good Morning America Forced To Issue Correction After Calling Ketanji Brown Jackson First Black Supreme Court Justice appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

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