If you remember, Trump judicial nominee Matthew Spencer Petersen could not define what a motion in limine was. A basic court room motion. At least he did the right thing afterwards and withdrew his nomination.
But we are now here again.
Charnelle Bjelkengren, nominee for the Untied States District Court for the Eastern District of Washington could not answer very basic questions from Senator Kennedy about what Article II and Article V of the Constitution do. Nor could she define purposivism.
I suggest she follow Petersen’s lead and withdraw her nomination.
She may want to hide under a rock for a while as well after that epic fail.
While most Trump and Biden nominees have held a basic level of competence, clearly both have nominated some fails. Bjelkengren clearly matches Petersen for the sheer epic level of fail.