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WATCH LIVE: Ketanji Brown Jackson Confirmation Hearing—Day 1


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Biden’s Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson is currently undergoing day 1 of her confirmation hearing…

The far-left judge has a reportedly questionable history of showing leniency to child sexual predators, and is an acolyte of critical race theory.

Jackson will be a replacement for Justice Breyer who recently announced that he is stepping down from SCOTUS.

Critics of Jackson point to her record as a judge, and the cornerstone of her philosophical views as being troublesome; perhaps questions will be raised on these topics during the 4 day hearing.

You can stream day 1 of the confirmation hearing below:

The Federalist believes that Jackson should be questioned about her leniency towards child predators:

As Hawley points out in a Twitter thread, beginning in law school, Judge Jackson questioned making convicts register as sex offenders, objecting to the “stigmatization and ostracism” it creates and suggesting the public policy on the issue was driven by a “climate of fear, hatred, and revenge.”

This attitude was not simply that of a law school student pursuing novel legal theories. In fact, what Hawley has laid out is a pattern of behavior from Judge Jackson, one that began when she was in law school, evolved into advocacy while she served on the U.S. Sentencing Commission, and critically, one which she went on to implement as a judge.

 

Breitbart had a list of 10 questions for the SCOTUS nominee:

What does Judge Jackson think of the racial and gender criteria of her own nomination?

The Supreme Court has ruled that the kind of racial and gender discrimination that President Biden used in selecting her is unconstitutional when used for most ordinary jobs.

What does she think of that? How would she make the distinction? And can she be impartial, given how she was selected, when ruling on cases like a challenge to Harvard’s race-based affirmative action admissions?



 

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