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Conservative judges have been forced to read ‘legal notes’ after being insulted

During their insanity on Monday, Judge Ketanji Brown defended Jackson from an additional investigation into his record on apparent humility with the sex offender on ABC. SceneKakling Koven has decided to falsely claim that Justices Clarence Thomas and Brett Kavanagh were “credibly charged” with sexual misconduct. Because of this smear, co-host Sunny Houston was forced to provide a “legal note” announcing that both judges had denied lying against them.

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) hoped Jackson would be treated better than Thomas and Kavanagh, rolling co-host and incumbent anti-Trump Anna Navarro said he thought it was “interesting” that he decided to refer the judges. Took “It simply came to our notice then. So yes, I hope he will be treated differently from the accused. “

And at the end of the segment, Houston was forced to deny the false accusations against them by their ABC standards and practice representatives, much to Navarro’s voice:

HOUSTIN: And I just have one quick legal note, it’s that Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanagh and Justice Clarence Thomas have both denied every allegation of sexual misconduct.

Navarro: Of course, they did.

In reality, nothing about the allegations has been proven true. Indeed, the stories against them have cracked and broken under the FBI investigation and the Judicial Committee investigation.

Navarro claims that Republican senators have confirmed Jackson because of his skin color:

And people need to remember its historical aspect. This court was established in 1789, 234 years ago, and this is the first time we will see a black woman sitting there, and this is, as Joe Biden would say, a BFD, a big confusing deal.

Ignoring other confirmation procedures before lying to Kavanagh before lying to the committee more than once, Houston suggested a new investigation into Senator Josh Howley’s (R-MO) record of his verdict on sexual offenses and child pornography. Jackson is unique and an endeavor “Put poison in the well”:

[S]He had traveled through this process three times before, and so there was nothing new on his record, and so on I think they were just waiting for it to start, you know, mixing poison in the well and diluting the water. This was to be expected.

Without evidence, Houston went on to claim that Jackson was easy on such criminals “Not true.” He also brushed off Jackson Punishment guidelines as “counselors” “At the moment,” “These are just guidelines.”

Ignoring the fact that in some cases the question involves the production, destruction and use of child pornography, Haynes claims that they In high school there is a “consensual relationship” between “an 18-year-old can be” and “a 17-year-old.” He then suggested that Howley was playing to thwart conspiracy theorists.

“She’s irresistible.” Haynes and Houston unanimously declared. Adding: “[A]And I think it’s going to be tough, as it should be. These are lifelong appointments, however He deserves more than a lot of people. “

Of course, for co-host Hopi Goldberg, the screening is rife with racism. He suggested that Jackson had a thought “Special sympathy for the criminals” was for the “code” that “he can be sympathetic to black people.”

Goldberg dropped out of Jackson’s time as a private defender for the Guantanamo Bay terrorists because he mentioned that Jackson’s time worked for them as a public defender.

The lucrative sponsorship of Carvana and General Mills made The View’s lie against the defense of the conservative judge and Judge Jackson possible. Their contact information is attached.

Click “Extend” to read the transcript:

Of ABC Scene
March 21, 2022
11:03:27 am East

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Hoopi Goldberg [in a mocking accent]: I’ll just ask this question. Do you think he will be kept under the microscope more than the last two nominees, Kavanagh and Barrett? Is it possible?

Sunny Hostin: Well, Kavanagh had a pretty important process, I think, the allegations were made, weren’t they? So, he had a very strict and powerful process. Amy Connie Barrett, that justice process was not so strict because we know the Democratic Party had problems with punctuality. And so his, I think, the process was not that rigorous.

But I just – I’m not surprised to hear that, am I? I think, you know, the Republicans were hedging their bets and they knew they voted – he had been through this process three times before, and so there was nothing new on his record, and so I think they were just getting started. Waiting, you know, to poison the well and make the water muddy. This was to be expected.

Anna Navarro: Well, look. It’s interesting to me that the two judges – Judge Mitch McConnell mentioned that he hopes to be treated differently – are Kavanagh and Clarence Thomas, who have been charged with sexual harassment and sexual harassment. So yes, I hope he will be treated differently than those who are credibly accused.

I hope he will be treated like Garsuch, as Barrett did, where you can make a very strong and verifiable choice – a strong process of verifying his judicial philosophy, his character, his experience, his qualifications, his records. This is a lifetime appointment with very little accountability once you enter.

HOUSTIN: That’s true.

Navarro: But it has to be done with respect. And people need to remember its historical aspect. This court was established in 1789, 234 years ago, and this is the first time we will see a black woman sitting there, and this is, as Joe Biden would say, a BFD, a big confusing deal.

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11:06:04 AM

HOUSTIN: I want to consider that part in terms of punishment guidelines, because what Josh Howley is saying now is that he was easy on child sex offenders and child traffickers, which is not true.

Goldberg: And nobody noticed.

HOUSTIN: And no one noticed before. And that’s just not true. I have practiced under federal sentencing guidelines and I have practiced sexual offenses and child trafficking. And the guidelines for sentencing at this time are instructive. They are just guides.

The day before, when I first started practicing, it was definitely good, if they were guidelines, it took away the wisdom from the judges and you have to do it. Now, it is different that they are only advisors. And so, if someone recommends, in some cases, that it’s not a guide, it’s probably a little less, that’s normal. It occurs in two of the three cases.

Sarah Haynes: It’s common among them – there’s a lot of debate right now about how we’re going to fix these laws. Because you got an 18 year old kid probably in a consensual relationship with a 17 year old man who became a sex offender. So, there’s a rationale – it sounds great in one of Howley’s headlines, but I say consider the source because every QAnon conspiracy known to man begins with pedophilia. Like, it’s always a pedophile involved at some level.

So, when I saw it, I was like, “Wow, he’s not even trying to get away from the complaint textbook here.”

But it is a common discussion among the judges and you can confirm it.

Houston: It is.

HAINES: Many of them are saying that the way it was done is off. But it is not surprising to me that they are pursuing issues like criminal justice reform. The leftists went after, you know, Amy Connie Barrett – worried about whether her religious beliefs would play into her legal jurisdiction. And it implies that the right to criminal justice reform will come. I think that’s the only thing they can do because this woman is –

HOSTIN: She’s irresistible.

HAINES: He’s irresistible, and I think it’s going to be tough, as it should be. These are lifelong appointments, but he deserves more than most people.

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11:08:15 AM

Goldberg: And I want to point out something because they are following him about Guantanamo. He did not want to represent the Guantanamo detainees. He was charged with four counts as a federal public defender from 2005 to 2007. While his brother was serving as an Army infantryman in Iraq.

I’m also surprised, because, you know, Mitch McConnell says his supporters look at his biography and assume special sympathy for the perpetrators. You know, I know you don’t mean this, but that sounds like code.

HAINES: She comes from a law enforcement family.

Goldberg: But it doesn’t matter. Listen. He has represented many people.

HAINES: And when you’re a federal public defender, that’s the gig.

Goldberg: That’s what you have to do.

[Crosstalk]

This is code, and its code can tell you that he can be sympathetic to black people. I’m sorry, you know. I’m not going to assume that this is true because, of course, this is not the case with Clarence Thomas. No one thinks he’s, you know, about black people, because he’s black, you know, nobody’s talking about other judges. So I think playing with it is just a kind of irrational BS.

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11:10:15 AM

HOUSTIN: And I just have one quick legal note, it’s that Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanagh and Justice Clarence Thomas have both denied every allegation of sexual misconduct.

Navarro: Of course, they did.

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