Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson is a pro-abortion radical
Ketanji Brown Jackson, who is pro-abortion and anti-religious liberty, is expected to be nominated by Joe Biden to the Supreme Court.
The White House has yet to announce Jackson’s nomination, but it appears to be following through on Biden’s racist and sexist promise to only name a black woman to replace retiring Justice Stephen Breyer.
As a confirmed justice, Jackson is expected to support leftist positions on key issues like abortion, gun rights, and affirmative action.
Currently, Judge Jackson is a judge on the Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit where she repeatedly used her power to limit the actions of former President Donald Trump.
In the 1990s, the Breyer apprentice penned an amicus brief in support of the National Abortion Rights Action League (NARAL), and other organizations that kill babies , supporting a Democrat-backed law that prohibited pro-life protesters from demonstrating outside abortion facilities.
Though she acknowledged that Trump had the constitutional authority to “issue executive orders pertaining to federal labor relations” in 2018, she ruled against him anyway.
In 2019, she used the Russian collusion hoax as an excuse to demand that former White House counsel Don McGahn appear before the House Judiciary Committee.
With her work, Jackson has gained the favor of several pro-abortion, pro-LGBT, anti-religious liberty activist groups including The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, comprised of groups such as Southern Poverty Law Center, and the American Civil Liberties Union, which is increasingly anti-free speech.
Unlike their treatment of Trump’s Supreme Court nominees, members of the corrupt press are already portraying Jackson as an “apolitical” and “historic” choice who deserves confirmation by the Democrat-controlled Senate.
In advance of the court’s upcoming decision on Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, Democratic legislators have already declared their support for a Biden nomination, provided the nominee will fight “white supremacy” and support Roe v. Wade.“I’m looking for someone who’s going to be not only highly qualified, as all of the people that you already talked about are, but who really brings to the judiciary the kind of diversity that I’d like, that — someone who will consider the impact, the effects of whatever decision-making is on people in our country, so that they’re not making decisions just based on, which I would like them to base it on, law, which would be nice, and precedent, and who are not eagerly trying to get rid of decades of precedent that would protect a woman’s right to choose, for example, and voting rights, etc.,” Democrat Sen. Mazie Hirono.