Biden’s SCOTUS Nominee – Pro Project 1619, CRT, Late Abortion, Light on Pedophilia

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For anyone questioning how radical Joe Biden has changed, or at least his handlers, look no further than his SCOTUS Nominee, Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson.

In addition to her radical views, Judge Jackson was the first Supreme Court nominee to be unequivocally chosen because of her race and gender. President Joe Biden falsely stated that his first nominee would have to be a black woman, thereby turning down 94% of the US population. This overt discrimination against other candidates, excluding everyone because of their immutable characteristics, made her choice unconstitutional in the first place.

Her beliefs were revealed in a excavation lesson transferred to the University of Michigan School of Law – not as a young student, but as a sitting federal judge in 2020, confirmed by the US Court of Appeals a year later to the US Court of Appeals. DC Circuit project.

According to what many have objected, the US Senate confirmation process has acted more as a formality, that an advisory advice and responsibility for consent is actually carried out by the senators.

So Judge Jackson’s extremist beliefs have escaped scrutiny in previous endorsements, but hopefully this time it’s because the Supreme Court determines the central principles of our republic, and who gets Nominees always receive more scrutiny and, if unfit to serve, will be denied their positions on the highest grounds. land court.

Pending cases about the racism Judge Jackson will hear as a Justice of the Supreme Court, and it is therefore important to closely investigate her views on these topics.

Judge Jackson’s lecture in Michigan tells us a lot: “Black Women Leaders in the Era and Beyond of the Civil Rights Movement.”

Her remarks, made in response to Martin Luther King Jr. Day, that black women often lead the fight for equal rights in the United States — the fight to ensure the nation is faithful to its principles. its establishment.

It is alarming that Jackson in her speech cited Critical Race Theory, and its founder, Derrick Bell, as inspiration. Bell’s fundamental thesis is that America is fundamentally racist, and racism has been enshrined in all of our institutions since the Constitution was written at a time when black people could enslaved.

For Bell, it was only through socioeconomic rights, through which the state would radically redistribute private wealth, that America could be saved from systemic racism. .

Judge Jackson also quoted The New York Times’ “Project 1619,” featuring an opening essay by Nikole Hannah-Jones lie declared that the American Revolution was fought to preserve slavery, making slavery the founding principle of the United States.

Furthermore, Judge Jackson said that “her favorite civil rights photograph of the modern era” was a photograph of a Black Lives Matter protester who was arrested by police in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, in 2016. during a march expressing outrage over the police shootings, by Alton Sterling and Philando Castile.

What the crowd missed is that both men were believed to be armed when they were shot, despite the Black Lives Matter movement exploding in popularity, ravaging cities across the country.

Also, Senator Josh Hawley (R-MO) is opposing Ketanji Brown Jackson’s nomination because she has ‘Pattern for child pornography’.

In a variety of tweet Hawley said that detailing Judge Jackson’s rulings, interviews, articles and speeches, Hawley called attention to “an alarming pattern when it comes to Judge Jackson’s treatment of criminals.” sex, especially child predators”.

While working as Justice Breyer’s secretary, Judge Brown helped defend brutal partial abortions of birth in Stenberg v. Carhart. In that case, infamous abortionist LeRoy Carhart was trying to hide behind the Constitution to stop a Nebraska law outlawing euthanasia.

If these are the influences of Judge Jackson, she has no place on the Supreme Court. We cannot have a Justice that believes the Constitution is racist; people who believe that America was founded on slavery or believe that the police are guilty until proven innocent.

Senator Hawley is expected to attempt to derail the confirmation, and I hope it succeeds in our national interest.

Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s views represent everything that is wrong with far-left activism. If she goes to court, she will be a radical political hitman from the bench, for decades to come. Biden’s SCOTUS Nominee – Pro Project 1619, CRT, Late Abortion, Light on Pedophilia

Jake Nichol

Jake Nichol is a 24ssports U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Jake Nichol joined 24ssports in 2021 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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