Biden’s SCOTUS Pick Ketanji Brown Jackson is Caught Lying on Critical Race Theory by Ted Cruz

Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson was caught in a lie by Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) during her Supreme Court confirmation hearing on Tuesday.

Jackson, who is the affirmative action pick of President-imposed Joe Biden, claimed that critical race theory “doesn’t come up in the work that I do as a judge” as she attempted to minimize her far-left radicalism in order to get confirmed.

Unfortunately for Jackson, Sen. Cruz had the receipts. He pulled up a quote where Jackson made the exact opposite sentiments while addressing the University of Chicago in Apr. 2015.

“Sentencing is just plain interesting…because it melds together myriad types of law – criminal law, of course…constitutional law, critical race theory,” Jackson said.

Cruz pushed her on the inherent contradictions in her comments.

“So you described in a speech to a law school what you were doing as critical race theory, so I guess I would ask: What do you mean by that when you made that speech?” he asked.

Jackson attempted to split hairs in an attempt to wiggle out of her blatant deception while giving her response.

“With respect, Senator, umm, the quote that you are mentioning there, umm, was about sentencing policy, it was not about sentencing. I was talking about the policy determinations of bodies like the sentencing commission,” she said.

Cruz noted that Jackson was the vice chair of the sentencing commission before reiterating his question. Jackson continued to stutter and stammer after being exposed as a low IQ liar under scrutiny.

“What I meant was there are a number of, that, uhh, slide does not show the entire laundry list of different, uhh, academic disciplines that I said, umm, relates to sentencing policy but none of that relates to what I do as a judge,” Jackson said.

The exchange can be seen here:

Big League Politics has reported about Jackson’s dangerous history of radicalism on the bench, which has included giving an incredible amount of leniency to child rapists and other predators:

President Joe Biden’s Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson, who was picked by Biden solely because of the color of her skin, has a shocking and disturbing history of apologizing for child predators on the bench.

Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) wrote a Twitter thread sharing what his office has discovered about her record with regards to protecting the victimizers of children, and it is beyond disgraceful.

“I’ve been researching the record of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, reading her opinions, articles, interviews & speeches. I’ve noticed an alarming pattern when it comes to Judge Jackson’s treatment of sex offenders, especially those preying on children,” Hawley wrote.

“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. She’s been advocating for it since law school. This goes beyond “soft on crime.” I’m concerned that this a record that endangers our children,” he added.

Hawley showed quotes from Jackson that highlighted her dangerous far-left ideology that coddles predators and provides them with undeserved leniency after committing despicable acts to children. 

“In the current climate of fear, hatred, and revenge associated with the release of convicted sex criminals, courts must be especially attentive to legislative enactments that “use[] public health and safety rhetoric to justify procedures that are, in essence, punishment and detention.” Judges should abandon the prevention/punishment analyses that rely on legislative intent…and that assess the “excessiveness” of a sex offender statute’s punitive effects in favor of a more principled approach to characterization,” Jackson wrote.

In another opinion, Jackson claimed there may be a “less-serious child pornography offender” whose motivation for collecting child pornography is not of a sexual nature but rather due to “the challenge, or to use the technology,” whatever that is supposed to mean.

“I’m wondering whether you could say that there is a – that there could be a less-serious child pornography offender who is engaging in the type of contact in the group experience level because their motivation is the challenge, or to use the technology? They’re very sophisticated technologically, but they aren’t necessarily that interested in the child pornography piece of it?” she said.

Additionally, Jackson said while serving on the U.S. Sentencing Commission that she “mistakenly assumed that child pornography offenders are pedophiles” and she wanted “to understand this category of non-pedophiles who obtain child pornography.”

Hawley pointed to other cases like United States v. Hawkins where Jackson gave an adult convicted of possessing child porn only three months in jail when the sentencing guidelines called for the predator to receive 10 years behind bars. He also pointed to six other cases where Jackson reduced recommended sentences for various child predators.

Jackson’s wholly undeserved nomination as Supreme Court justice just shows how diversity lowers the bar throughout society. In a true meritocracy, Jackson would have never made it past clerk. Multiculturalism is cheapening America’s most prized institutions.

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