McConnell said he would vote against Ketanji Brown to ensure Jackson to the top post

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) said Thursday that he would vote “no” to Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson’s confirmation.

“I went to the Senate with an open mind to consider Judge Jackson’s nomination,” McConnell said from the Senate floor. “But after studying the nominee’s record and looking at his performance this week, I cannot and will not support Judge Jackson’s lifetime appointment to our Supreme Court.”

McConnell continued, “Most radical pro-court-packing fringe groups badly wanted this nominee for this vacancy. Judge Jackson was the pick of the court-packers and he testified like that.

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# Breaking: Sen. McConnell says he will not vote to convince Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson in the Supreme Court, saying “the most extremist-court-packing fringe groups badly wanted this nominee for the vacant post – Judge Jackson was the court-packer. Pick and he testified like that. ” pic.twitter.com/rIR3m74r3D

– Forbes (forbes) March 24, 2022

Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson was a fierce Marxist who gave pedophiles a humble sentence.

Judge Jackson upheld the critical race theory that taught children, inflicted mild punishment on pedophiles and protected Taliban terrorists.

In other words, he’s the perfect choice for Democrats.

With an open mind, I went to the Senate to consider Judge Jackson’s nomination.

But after studying the nominee’s record and seeing his performance this week, I can’t and won’t support Judge Jackson’s lifetime appointment to our Supreme Court.

– Leader McConnell (Leader McConnell) March 24, 2022

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