Written by on March 20, 2022


Shared By Peter Boykin – American Political Commentator / Citizen Journalist


I’ve said in the past that it would be counterproductive for Republicans to try and block Biden’s Supreme Court Nominee Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson. Since we can’t prevent him from filling the seat for the next three years, it would only serve as an opportunity for the left to rile up Democrat voters before the midterms.

But that was before I knew that Judge Brown has a history of treating child sex predators with leniency.

Senator Josh Hawley took to Twitter yesterday to slam Jackson for her “alarming pattern” of “letting child porn offenders off the hook for their appalling crimes.” And Hawley brought receipts. The following are excerpts from his Twitter thread. He posts images of Jackson’s writings for reference. You can click the link at the end of this article to see them.

Judge Jackson’s beliefs:

▪️ Judge Jackson has a pattern of letting child porn offenders off the hook for their appalling crimes, both as a judge and as a policymaker. She’s been advocating for it since law school. This goes beyond “soft on crime.” I’m concerned that this a record that endangers our children

▪️ As far back as her time in law school, Judge Jackson has questioned making convicts register as sex offenders – saying it leads to “stigmatization and ostracism.”

▪️ As a member of the U.S. Sentencing Commission, Judge Jackson advocated for drastic change in how the law treats sex offenders by eliminating the existing mandatory minimum sentences for child porn

▪️ Judge Jackson has said that some people who possess child porn “are in this for either the collection, or the people who are loners and find status in their participation in the community.” What community would that be? The community of child exploiters?

Judge Jackson’s rulings:

▪️ On the federal bench, Judge Jackson put her troubling views into action. In every single child porn case for which we can find records, Judge Jackson deviated from the federal sentencing guidelines in favor of child porn offenders

▪️ In the case of United States v. Hawkins, the sex offender had multiple images of child porn. He was over 18. The Sentencing Guidelines called for a sentence of up to 10 years. Judge Jackson sentenced the perpetrator to only 3 months in prison. Three months.

▪️ In United States v. Stewart, the criminal possessed thousands of images of child porn and also hoped to travel across state lines to abuse a 9-year-old girl. The guidelines called for a sentence of 97-121 months. Judge Jackson sentenced the criminal to just 57 months.

▪️ In United States v. Downs, the perp posted multiple images to an anonymous instant messaging app, including an image of a child under the age of 5. The Guidelines recommended 70-87 months. Judge Jackson gave him the lowest sentence allowed by law, 60 months

If you’d like to read the full thread from Sen. Hawley, with citations in Judge Jackson’s own words, you can find it here.

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