The Judge You’re Looking For Judge Merrick Garland is a controversial figure.
He’s a conservative Supreme Court nominee who voted against same-sex marriage in 2014, and was considered a possible Supreme Court justice during President Donald Trump’s administration.
In the years since his confirmation, he’s been criticized for his views on racial injustice, judicial independence, and his opposition to President Donald J. Trump’s executive orders on immigration.
His nomination to the Supreme Court was blocked by Republicans, and he later filed a challenge to his confirmation.
But Garland has become a controversial judge.
His views are also seen as too extreme, and the public’s perceptions of the judge have changed over time.
So what did Garland really think about race in America?
In December, 2017, Garland appeared on CNN’s The Lead with Jake Tapper and defended his views of race, noting that he has never felt oppressed.
Garland explained that he is proud to be a black man, and that he was born into a white family.
Garland said that his father is African American and that his mother is white.
Garland added that he and his family are “very proud of who we are.”
Garland said he was proud to serve on the federal bench.
He added that the court has been the last place where people have ever felt that they were not included in society.
Garland’s opinions have been widely criticized, with many saying they represent too extreme a view of the law.
On Monday, Garland took to Twitter to defend his opinions.
In a tweet that quickly went viral, Garland wrote: In my lifetime, I have never felt more safe, or felt more at ease, than I do right now.
And I think it’s because I was born white, which, as you know, is not always the case.
Garland did not clarify what he meant by this.
Garland also did not mention his previous comments on race during an appearance on Fox News, in which he said he believes “that people of color should not be denied their civil rights.”
Garland’s remarks also led to criticism from civil rights advocates, including from Sen. Bernie Sanders, D-Vt.
He has also been the target of attacks from groups like the NAACP, which criticized Garland’s comments and said his comments demonstrate a lack of understanding of the history of racial justice and the legacy of the civil rights movement.
Garland, the first black justice on the Supreme Judicial Court, is now on the verge of confirmation by the Senate.
This article originally appeared on TechCrunch.