It’s very telling that the masters of the universe didn’t even bother to prep Ketanji Brown Jackson, for basic questions. Brown Jackson (I keep wanting to call her Jackson Brown) is Biden’s nominee to replace the retiring Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer. The poor woman is obviously so ill-prepared for the most basic legal questions that she comes across at times like a dunce, or worse, Kamala Harris.
Watching her confirmation hearings feels like an exercise in futility. We’re not learning much about Brown Jackson in these hearings, but we are learning a lot about the elites who are foisting her on America.
Why didn’t Brown Jackson’s handlers bother to prepare her for simple questions before these hearings? The answer is that they’re so arrogant that they believe her confirmation is a foregone conclusion. And they’re probably right. Senate Republicans are terrible wimps when it comes to fighting back against their murderously ruthless opponents.
Not one single Democrat, for example, voted to confirm Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court. Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) jumped across the aisle to vote against her. During the Brett Kavanaugh confirmation vote, every Democrat voted against him. Lisa Murkowski voted “Present.”
But we already know that during the vote for Jackson Brown – sorry, Brown Jackson – Mitt Romney and Mitch McConnell and Lisa Murkowski and Susan Collins and Ben Sasse and probably Lindsay Graham will all sprain their ankles running to the microphone to vote, “YES! YES! YES!”
But that doesn’t excuse the elites from allowing Brown Jackson to make a fool out of herself. Supreme Court confirmation hearings are televised and part of the historical record. Those videos of Brown Jackson looking like a total moron will exist forever. And when I say she looks like a total moron, that’s no exaggeration.
Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) asked Brown Jackson, “What is a woman?”
Brown Jackson, who apparently doesn’t own a mirror, answered that she didn’t know, because she’s not a biologist. Huh?!
What does being a biologist have to do with that question if you’re a judge? She’s also not a US Marine or an epidemiologist, but she might have to rule on whether it’s constitutional for Joe Biden to try to force military members to take experimental vaccines when they don’t want to. Should she recuse herself from virtually every case because she doesn’t have the correct profession to have an opinion on it?
The embarrassment continued when Sen. John Kennedy (R-LA) questioned her on Tuesday. He asked her when life begins. Brown Jackson replied:
“Senator… um… I don’t… know.”
The abortion question is basically the only litmus test that is used in Supreme Court confirmation hearings. There is a 100% chance that you’re going to get a question on that. And her handlers didn’t prep her to give even a basic answer to that question? Everyone already knows her stance, so… no, they didn’t prepare her at all.
Perhaps the most disturbing thing we learned about Brown Jackson and the elites who are pushing her nomination is that they are apologists for pedophiles. Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) outlined seven cases in which Brown Jackson let pedophile child pornographers off the hook in their sentencing hearings. In one case, the federal sentencing guidelines called for a 10-year sentence for a pedophile who was found guilty of distributing child porn. Brown Jackson sentenced him to just 3 months prison time.
Brown Jackson explained her reasoning. She noted that the sentencing guidelines for pedophiles were written prior to the mainstreaming of the internet. Now that we have the internet, it’s much easier for pedophiles to distribute large volumes of child porn. Therefore, Brown Jackson argued, the sentencing guidelines are outdated and too harsh.
Apply that logic to any other crime and see if it holds up: “Murder sentences are too harsh because it’s easier to murder people with modern technology!”
As disturbing as Brown Jackson’s opinion on child predators is, we should be thankful that she shared it with us. Notice that Democrats and globalist elites are rushing to defend her, because they share the same opinion. They don’t believe that pedophilia and child porn are a big deal. Brown Jackson’s opinion is now the mainstream opinion for elite liberals.
Now you know exactly who and what these people are.