목요일에, 잭슨은 스티븐 브라이어 대법관의 은퇴 후 공식적으로 대법관으로 취임했습니다.. GMA는 John Roberts 판사가 그녀를 법정에 초대한 순간을 다루었습니다., but their Twitter account claimed that Jackson was “the first Black Supreme Court justice.”
“Ketanji Brown Jackson is sworn in as the first Black Supreme Court justice in U.S. 역사,” GMA tweeted at 1:46 오후.
Jackson is officially the third Black person to sit on the Supreme Court. The first Black Supreme Court justice was Thurgood Marshall who served on the court from 1967 ...에 1991. The second Black justice is 클라렌스 토마스, Marshall’s successor in 1991, who currently sits on the bench.
GMA made the same mistake on their YouTube account.
“Ketanji Brown Jackson sworn in as first Black Supreme Court justice in US history,” the video headline read.
The tweet was deleted almost five hours later, and the YouTube video was corrected shortly afterward that. A new tweet issued a correction.
“CORRECTION: Video shows Ketanji Brown Jackson sworn in as the first Black female Supreme Court justice in U.S. 역사. A previous tweet erroneously stated Jackson is the first Black Supreme Court justice,” GMA wrote.
Before the tweet was deleted, 하나, several Twitter users called out the misstep by GMA.
“They didn’t vote for Biden, so they ‘ain’t black’ in Democrat/media world view,” Ron DeSantis spokesperson Christina Pushaw tweeted.
Townhall.com web editor Rebecca Downs tweeted, “Really curious if the social media person still has a job…”
Author Max Abrahms joked, “Did Clarence Thomas cease being black because of his politics?”
Newsbusters Managing editor Curtis Houck wrote, “D*mn you all are so superficial with mindless segments on Disney cruise ships, giving away free vacations, and doing ‘Steals and Deals’ that you can’t be bothered to know basic facts!”
Media Research Center’s Nick Fondacaro noted, “Even if ABC’s intention was to spite Justice Clarence Thomas, they still overlooked Justice Thurgood Marshall.”
지난 4 월, during Jackson’s original Senate Judiciary hearing, Politico made a similar mistake, claiming in a tweet and article that Jackson was the “first Black Supreme Court justice.”