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‘Very Normal’: The View protects Jackson from being easily taken in pedophiles, child pornography

On the second day of his Supreme Court confirmation process, Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson was forced to defend his position on the light punishment of pedophiles and child pornography offenders. In his argument, the sentences have been relaxed for those who have less child porn because there was more to it. Despite this questionable argument, the cast Scene Parts of their Tuesday show strongly defended it, calling it “too normal.”

“But, of course, some Republicans whose names you know yesterday used to disturb them during the hearing.” Co-host Huppy Goldberg yelled. “They have made their allegations – all from 1910 to yesterday. And listen to what is said. ”

Out of that resentment for Republicans, co-host Sarah Haynes claims Senator Lindsay Graham “took the mic to troll her.” About every other hearing ever in the history of time. ” “Snatching” from seeing a serious hearing of Americans Check all of Jackson’s records.

He then suggested that seeing his verdicts in the child porn case was part of that supposed robbery.

Haynes suggested that “if you actually look at it, even for a minute” you will realize that Jackson’s humility “It simply came to our notice then.

Scene The co-host (ra) never explained why there is a relatively small amount of child porn (those who give up altogether).

But that simple question did not deter Haynes from grilling Jackson’s anger:

But the look on his face – because the worst thing – is the most trigger crime for me – pedophilia and child pornography, just as a human being. I didn’t have to be a parent to be bothered by it. You can see this visceral reaction to how much respect this woman has for seeing him grill her. And what he did was a Supreme Court judge – a future Supreme Court judge should do, he was there as always and deliberately.

“But I thought I wouldn’t have the self-control to choose ‘Are you asking me seriously’ to describe her beautiful family, however, that was to support her.” She lamented

As they neared the end of the segment, Goldberg and co-host Joy Behar took the Republicans to the “political theater” because they wanted to show what happened in the last two.

Referring to judges Clarence Thomas and Brett Kavanagh, Behr declared “but he was not charged with sexual misconduct.” And according to him, Mere allegations (which are proven false) constitute the occurrence of “a crime.” “It would have been,” Goldberg joked.

“He was not charged.” Haynes yelled, ignoring the accusation of going easy on the pedophile.

Behar ends the segment by claiming: “The point is there is no equality. And so they should stop it now! ”

This annoying defense of relaxing the punishment for sexual offenses with children has been made possible by the lucrative sponsorship from Coventry Direct and Ole. Their contact information is attached.

Below the transcript, click “Expand” to read:

Of ABC Scene
March 22, 2022
11:03:15 AM

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HUPEY GOLDBERG: But, of course, some Republicans whose names you know yesterday used their time at the hearing to be bitches. All right? They made their allegations – all from 1910 to yesterday. And listen to what was said.

[Cuts to video]

Sen TED CRUZ (R-TX): No one will ask you with the intensity of ridicule “Do you like beer?”

Sen. Lindsay Graham (R-SC): This is a new game for the Supreme Court. And this game is particularly annoying to me. Because there has been a wholesale effort by the Left to field a nominee from my state.

Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN): I can only wonder what your hidden agenda is. Is it to allow violent criminals, police murderers, child hunters to return to the streets? Is it to limit parental rights and expand the reach of government in our school and in our personal family decisions? Is it to support the efforts of the extremist leftists to pack up the Supreme Court?

[Cuts back to live]

Joy Behar: What?

Goldberg: Yes. Listen, you knew it was coming. You knew this was coming. They said what they were going to do. So, that might not be a big surprise. Do you think this is going to last all week?

Need: Probably.

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11:06:22 AM

Sarah Haynes: I know we’re going to Critical Race Theory as the show goes on, but about this hearing, when I left the TV, they were taking a lot of the time that we hear from Judge Brown’s record. And a lot of his thoughts and philosophy, which I remembered from this hearing. You constantly hear difficult questions and they answer.

At this point, Senator Graham was taking the mic to troll him a bit about every other hearing ever in the history of the time. And it seemed that we were being robbed of our future Supreme Court judges.

Behar: Grassley asked the most stupid question I think.

Sunny Houston: What was her question?

Behar: He goes, I mean, he says, ‘So, Justice-Judge, do you believe that the First Amendment applies equally to the Conservatives as well as the Liberals?

HOUSTIN: Oh, he asked that.

Behar: What a dumb question. He was looking at her face, “Man, are you stupid.”

HAINES: Although he did get some really tough questions, because that part – this emphasis – which we talked about a little bit yesterday – is on child pornography. When you actually look at it, even for a minute, you’ll see that it falls within a very normal spectrum of how it is – they’ve revised their guidelines that weren’t caught up with law technology.

But the look on his face – because the worst thing – is the most trigger crime for me – pedophilia and child pornography, just as a human being. I didn’t have to be a parent to be bothered by it. You can see this visceral reaction to how much respect this woman has for seeing him grill her. And what he did was a Supreme Court judge – a future Supreme Court judge should do, he was there as always and deliberately.

But I thought I didn’t have the self-control to like “Are you asking me seriously”, to describe her beautiful family, however, it was to support her.

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HOUSTIN: It’s unfortunate that Republicans are taking advantage of this opportunity.

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11:11:44 am East

Goldberg: And you know, the other side needs political theater because they want to show what happened in the last two.

Behar: At that moment, they talk about how Kavanagh and Clarence Thomas were treated and how they are treated. But he was not charged with sexual immorality in the true sense.

HAINES: Nothing has been charged against him.

Behar: They have. Which means it’s about to be the most delusional time of the year, as well. I mean, I don’t know if it’s there.

Goldberg: Used.

Behar: The point is, there is no equality. And so they should stop that now!

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