Judge Ketanji has nominated Brown Jackson as the next judge of the Supreme Court. On MLK Day he shared his appreciation for the 1619 project.
Fox News reported on Thursday:
Judge Ketanji praised Brown Jackson, President Biden’s Supreme Court nominee, the controversial 1619 project, and its author, Nicole Hannah-Jones, in a Martin Luther King, Jr. Day speech at the University of Michigan two years ago.
In a January 2020 speech, Jackson described Hannah-Jones as an “acclaimed investigative journalist” and “Hannah-Jones’ provocative claim that” America was born in 1776, “black women leaders and beyond in the era of the civil rights movement. It wasn’t the perfect match. “
A transcript of the speech was published by The Daily Wire on Thursday.
“[A]Claimed investigative journalist Nicole Hanna-Jones (who is a black woman) explained that the men who drafted and enacted the constitution founded the nation on certain ideals: independence; Equality is democracy, ”Jackson said at the time. “Yet, when they formulated these policies, the institution of slavery already existed in the colonies – from 1619, when 20-30 Africans who were taken captive to their homeland came to the colony by ship and were exchanged for good.”
Earlier this week, Missouri Senator Josh Howley discussed many questions about Jackson’s past.
Republican Sen. Josh Howley posted a lengthy Twitter thread on Wednesday, citing a number of examples he said showed a “fearful” pattern of lenient treatment of child sex offenders from Biden Supreme Court nominee Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson.
The Missouri Republican tweeted Wednesday, “Judge Jackson has a pattern of hook off child pornographers for their heinous crimes, both for the judge and for a policy maker.” “She is OK. It goes beyond ‘soft to crime’. I am concerned that this is a record that has put our children at risk. “
To those who see it, it is clear that Judge Jackson should not be a judge, not a Supreme Court judge. He will not be fair as he shows in many of his comments.
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