Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson got his own nutcase: NPR


On Friday, the National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum unveiled its Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson bobblehead.

National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum


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National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum


On Friday, the National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum unveiled its Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson bobblehead.

National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum

It’s only been a month since Ketanji Brown Jackson was sworn in as the first black woman on the Supreme Court, but she’s already been honored with one of America’s strangest traditions: a thug in her own right.

The National Hall of Fame and Museum in Milwaukee unveiled Jackson’s heads on Friday.

“We are thrilled to release this piece of crap by Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson,” Phil Sklar, the organization’s co-founder and CEO, said in a statement. “When the Senate voted to confirm Judge Jackson, history was made. We are celebrating the momentous day in the 233-year history of the Supreme Court.”

The painting shows Jackson smiling in her judge’s robe, with her name printed on the attached base. Her arms are down with her arms folded in the middle as she stands in front of a small US Supreme Court building.


The National Buckeye Hall of Fame and Museum unveiled 16 additional Supreme Court crowbars last week. Most of them will start shipping in December.

National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum

Jackson joins former Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Justice Amy Coney Barrett who are already in the National Bobblehead Hall of Fame collection.

The organization also announced 16 additional idiots on the Supreme Court: Samuel Alito, Stephen Breyer, Neil Gorsuch, Elena Kagan, Brett Kavanaugh, Anthony Kennedy, Thurgood Marshall, Sandra Day O’Connor, William Rehnquist, John Roberts, Antonin Scalia, Sonia Sotomayor, David Souter, John Paul Stevens, Clarence Thomas and Earl Warren.

Whether you have one sitting on your desk at the office or on a bookshelf at home, crazies represent our characters, whether real or fictional, or the current moment in time, often with pop culture references.

“A good pro captures a moment in time or a memory or has a detail that ties into something like a bigger story about what’s going on or a viral moment,” Chris Fryer, co-president and owner of Alexander Global Promotions, told NPR. “It’s a work of art, but it’s a toy, and it’s fun, and it’s a little lighthearted, and it’s a little lighthearted. I don’t think anyone can be really offended by a fool.’

Jackson’s painting now sells for $30 each. Orders are expected to ship in September. The other judges’ paintings also cost $30 and are expected to ship in December.

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