Senator Kennedy Stumps Supreme Court Nominee with One Question
From Townhall.com By Spencer Brown March 23, 2022
Natalie’s Commentary: On July 23, 2009, President Obama Nominates Ms. Ketanji Brown Jackson to the U.S. Sentencing Commission.
The most significant news regarding Ms. Ketanji Brown Jackson’s experience as a judge is the sentencing she made repeatedly, lowering the sentences for pedophiles. Ms. Ketanji Brown Jackson tried to explain on behalf of pedophiles, that the exposure to all the horrible pornography relating to child trafficking and pedophile rings posting pictures and videos on the Internet of very young children being brutally raped has affected and shaped the severity of their crimes as pedophiles.
I think Ms. Jackson failed to mention that this innate perverted desire for grown men to have sex with children is against the law and one of the most serious crimes being frequently committed. Most can never be helped from committing this crime repeatedly and it is significant and rampant, destroying the souls and spirits of so many children. Most of these children don’t make it out alive once captured as young innocent sex slaves.
Ms. Jackson is not trying out for a Supreme Panel of Psychiatrists. Trying to explain her biased opinions for such terrible criminals should disqualify her to be a Supreme Court Justice. This information about Ms. Brown’s character should be extremely alarming to parents and grandparents all over this nation.
The mainstream media has failed to address and expose the rampant crime of pedophilia in Washington, DC. For some, it’s not a surprise but it is significantly disturbing. This crime has remained a deep secret throughout history dating back to the Obama administration with extremely alarming pictures on the internet. And emails exposed by Wikileaks founder Julian Assange from the trove of emails of John Podesta, a former Obama top advisor and Hillary Clinton’s former Campaign Manager for the 2016 election run for President.
I present to you this very disturbing evidence. President Biden was Obama’s Vice President and there are videos of the former Vice President in most swearing in ceremonies for new Senators revealing disturbing pictures of Joe Biden constantly touching the children, all little girls nearly making some cry. This kind of evidence and crime has to be presented to Congress.
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Annual statistics show cases of missing children have remained relatively steady and high in Washington, D.C. over the past several years with:
2,222 in 2014
2,433 in 2015
2,242 in 2016
2,200 in 2017
How can so many little girls and boys go missing; completely disappeared from the face of this earth. The numbers are staggering, 2,200 children went missing in Washington, DC for the year of 2017. Why are we not finding these children. And if they were raped and murdered, where are their bodies?
The peculiarly coincidental recent news of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas being hospitalized. Once again another troubling coincidence. Never forgetting the peculiar sudden death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia’s death on February 13 2016. There were ten disturbing facts regarding Supreme Court Justice Scalia’s death. ~ Natalie
How Senate Judiciary Democrats and Judge Jackson’s “sherpa” — former Senator Doug Jones (D-AL) — apparently failed to prepare her to answer questions relating to the debate over life displays either arrogance that Jackson’s answers don’t matter to the outcome of the confirmation vote or ignorance that such questions might arise.
With the Supreme Court set to rule in the near future on one of the most significant challenges to Roe v. Wade in a generation and the issue of life being a long-running priority for Republicans in the Senate, it is absurd to think Judge Jackson’s team would assume questions on the topic wouldn’t arrive. Yet, it doesn’t seem Jackson has given the issue much thought.
As Tuesday’s Supreme Court confirmation hearing dragged into the evening hours, Senator John Kennedy (R-LA) raised a simple question about when constitutional protections for life — or even just life itself — begins.
“When does life begin, in your opinion,” Senator Kennedy asked Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson for starters.
“Senator… um… I don’t… know,” Judge Jackson replied, followed by an uneasy, awkward laugh.
“Do you have a belief?” Kennedy pressed.
“I have, um, personal religious and otherwise beliefs that have nothing to do with the law in terms of when life begins,” Jackson responded.
“Do you have a personal belief though about when life begins?” Kennedy probed.
“I have a religious view that I set aside when I am ruling on cases,” Jackson evaded again.
Senator Kennedy pushed further on the point, asking Judge Jackson an important follow-up, “When does equal protection of the laws attach to a human being?”
“Well Senator, um… I believe that the Supreme Court… um… actually I, I actually don’t know the answer to that question — I’m sorry — I don’t,” Judge Jackson responded, again with an ill-timed grin on her face as her initially confident answer turned to another know-nothing response.
KENNEDY: When does equal protection of the laws attach to a human being?
JACKSON: Well Senator, I believe that the Supreme Court — actually, I actually don’t know the answer to that question, I’m sorry. pic.twitter.com/sVbJFtH6N8
— JM Rieger (@RiegerReport) March 23, 2022