We strongly oppose the current Biden nominee to the Supreme Court. She does not respect the Rule of Law.
Judge Ketanji Jackson Brown has a long record of giving individuals, who watch and produce sexually explicit videos using children, big breaks when it comes how long they are in prison.
The Biden Regime is rushing this nomination for the seat now held by Justice Beyer so they can slip it through while we are not paying attention. Justice Beyer does not leave his position on the court until the end of June. The White House and the Democrats are not sharing vital information with the Republicans and the public. At the very least more time is necessary to vet her.
We ask that you contact your two Senators, regardless of party, and ask them to vote no on this nomination. Judge Jackson Brown has a proven and recent record of being lenient on pornographers.
If you can not get through on the Congressional switch board, look up your Senators offices in your state. How to contact your Senators.
QUOTE: Pro-life Sen. Josh Hawley expressed alarm Wednesday about U.S. Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson’s “soft” record on child sex offenders amid growing concerns about protecting children from abuse.
“Judge Jackson has a pattern of letting child porn offenders off the hook for their appalling crimes, both as a judge and as a policymaker,” the Missouri Republican wrote on Twitter. “This is a disturbing record for any judge, but especially one nominated to the highest court in the land,” Hawley continued. “Protecting the most vulnerable shouldn’t be up for debate. Sending child predators to jail shouldn’t be controversial.”
A lawyer, Hawley said he recently began researching Jackson’s legal record and was disturbed to notice “an alarming pattern when it comes to Judge Jackson’s treatment of sex offenders, especially those preying on children.”
“In every single child porn case for which we can find records, Judge Jackson deviated from the federal sentencing guidelines in favor of child porn offenders,” Hawley said.
He cited several examples, including a case where a criminal possessed thousands of images of child pornography and wanted to travel across state lines to abuse a 9-year-old girl. The senator said guidelines call for a sentence of 97 to 121 months, but Jackson sentenced the criminal to only 57 months.
In another case, Jackson gave a lesser sentence to a man who distributed more than 100 child pornography videos and sent lewd images to his own 10-year-old daughter, he continued.
“This goes beyond ‘soft on crime.’ I’m concerned that this is a record that endangers our children,” he said.
QUOTE: A man convicted of child pornography distribution is grateful that Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson gave him a sentence lower than that recommended by prosecutors and sentencing guidelines.
Wesley Hawkins said he was displeased when Jackson sentenced him in 2013 but later reconsidered his view. … “I wasn’t very happy that she gave me three months, though, after reflection when I was in jail, I was hearing from other people who said it was their first time arrested and they got five years, six years,” Hawkins told the Washington Post.
Hawkins, a District of Columbia resident, was arrested and charged with distributing over 600 images of child porn in 2013. He pleaded guilty and faced up to 20 years in prison. If sentencing guidelines were followed, Hawkins would been jailed for between 97 and 121 months. Prosecutors recommended 24 months behind bars, based in part on the age of the defendant, who was 19 at the time. Jackson opted to sentence Hawkins to just three months in prison, as well as three months of home confinement and 73 months of probation.
A number of senators have questioned the lenient sentencing.
“You had an 18-year-old who possessed and distributed hundreds of images of 8-year-olds and 9-year-olds and 10-year-olds and you gave him frankly a slap-on-the-wrist-sentence of three months,” Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) told the judge.
Ketanji Brown Jackson’s claim child pornographers aren’t pedophiles disputed by own experts
QUOTE: Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, President Joe Biden’s Supreme Court nominee, disagreed with her own expert witnesses about the definition of pedophilia during her time as Vice Chair of the U.S. Sentencing Commission, according to hearing transcripts.
Jackson, who testified in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee last week, has been accused by Republicans of giving lenient sentences to child sex criminals. She defended her actions and said she was “doing what law students do” when she wrote an essay in Harvard Law School criticizing the treatment of sex offenders.
The Biden nominee clashed in February 2012 during a Sentencing Commission hearing with witnesses Gerald Grant, a New York digital forensics investigator, James Fottrell, a U.S. Justice Department expert in criminal child exploitation, and Dr. Gene Abel, the founder of Abel Screening, a medical group that works to identify pedophiles.
QUOTE: Mike Davis, former chief counsel for judicial nominations at the Senate Judiciary Committee and founder of the Article III Project that researched Jackson’s Sentencing Commission record, told the John Solomon Reports podcast that the Biden nominee is “dangerous” for her views on child pornography.
“She thinks that people who possess and distribute child pornography, she calls them non-producers. That’s left-Wing euphemism for people who sit around and take pleasure watching kids getting raped on the computer screen because that’s what child pornography is,” Davis said. “She posited that these people, these child pornographers, are not pedophiles. So, therefore, they’re not a danger to kids. And so, therefore, we don’t need to put them in prison for as long as Congress has mandated we put them in prison. That’s the whole point of all this.”
Her expert witnesses told her that she was “completely wrong,” Davis said. “Nonetheless, she contradicted the only expert testimony she had… and she made her theory, a key finding of this 2012 Sentencing Commission report.”
Despite being told by experts that all child sex criminals are dangerous, she has seemingly stuck to her beliefs that there are various levels of offenders.
QUOTE: Maybe no week in my lifetime has more exposed the gaslighting and bitterly partisan nature of the legacy media more than this week. Two of the weeks biggest stories revolved around the Supreme Court – the first is the confirmation hearings for Joe Biden’s pick to the highest court in the land, Ketanji Brown Jackson, and the second is the story relating to Clarence Thomas and his wife’s opinions on the 2020 election.
Usually, the legacy media – willing handmaidens for the progressive left – at least attempt to put some time and space in between their hypocritical treatment of similarly situated individuals. Alas, maybe as a sign of just how comfortable they are with their roles as advocates rather than journalists, this week we were treated to the media’s most brazen farce yet.
Ketanji Brown Jackson’s confirmation hearings are being savagely criticized by the legacy media for – gasp! – involving questions about the nominee’s record and judicial philosophy. While Brett Kavanaugh could be smeared with baseless allegations of gang rape and Amy Coney Barrett could have her religious beliefs criticized and even her decision to adopt criticized, the media wants Americans to believe that those smear jobs are in bounds and that in bounds questions to Jackson are smears.
Virginia Thomas didn’t participate in the riot at the Capitol, Virginia Thomas broke no laws and committed no crimes – beyond the crime of having an opinion that the legacy media doesn’t like.
The goal of the media harassment of Virginia Thomas is clear, she isn’t the target, Supreme Court Clarence Thomas is the target. The effort here is to seek to drive Thomas from the Court or, at the very least, to pressure Thomas into recusing himself from any case before the Court dealing with Trump or election integrity efforts.
Every week I think to myself, the legacy media has hit rock bottom, and yet every week they prove me wrong. Turn them off, tune them out, they are the enemy.
DEVASTATING! President Trump Lays Out the Voter Fraud in Georgia from 2020 Election during Commerce, GA Speech (VIDEO)
QUOTE: President Trump spoke Saturday in Commerce, Georgia to a crowd of thousands. 105,000 people were watching RSBN Rumble live before Trump even hit the stage… That number grew to 175,000 when Trump took the stage!
President Trump spelled out the numerous ways Democrats with the help of RINO Republicans stole the 2020 election in the state of Georgia. This was devastating!
5 ways DOD’s recalibrated health surveillance data looks like a fraudulent attempt to cover vaccine injury
On Jan. 24, attorney Thomas Renz brought three named military doctors as whistleblowers to Sen. Ron Johnson, and many more who submitted private affidavits, attesting to the fact that DMED showed a massive increase in numerous diagnosis codes ranging from cancers, blood disorders, and heart ailments to strokes, nervous system disorders, and reproductive issues.
In a bizarre twist, the military went on to change the data in the ensuing days without ever conducting a formal investigation into what went wrong or releasing a statement to the public. Rather, a week later, in a terse statement to PolitiFact, of all places, officials claimed the high numbers for 2021 were indeed correct, but that there was a glitch in the data for 2016-2020 used by the whistleblowers to establish a baseline, rendering those years way too low.
QUOTE: It’s very possible that two things can be true at the same time — that coincidently, there was a long-standing problem with the military health surveillance and there was mass vaccine injury. But what is clear is that the government’s current data appears to be fraudulent, its narrative behind the data problem is nearly impossible to believe, and officials’ behavior and statements since January are unacceptable.
Based on what we already know from VAERS, excess mortality rates, and insurance data around the world, there clearly is a degree of vaccine injury that is not being reported. The totality of the DMED data still shows these concerns in many categories. At the same time, the data is now completely sabotaged, and it’s unclear whether there were long-standing problems with the data from day one. The concern of vaccine injury and a damaged health surveillance system are vital to national security and are equally as problematic.
QUOTE: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has removed tens of thousands of deaths linked to COVID-19, including nearly a quarter of deaths it had listed in those under 18 years old.
The health agency quietly made the change on its data tracker website on March 15.
“Data on deaths were adjusted after resolving a coding logic error. This resulted in decreased death counts across all demographic categories,” the CDC says on the site.
The CDC relies on states and other jurisdictions to report COVID-19 deaths and acknowledges on its website that the data is not complete.
But the statistics are often cited by doctors and others when pushing for COVID-19 vaccination, including figures who believe virtually all children should be vaccinated. Dr. Rochelle Walensky, the CDC’s director, cited the tracker’s death total in November 2021 while pushing for an expert panel to advise her agency to recommend vaccination for all children 5 to 11 years old.
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