Last Thursday, the United States Senate confirmed Joe Biden's radical nominee, Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson of the DC Circuit Court, to the U.S. Supreme Court in a frustratingly close 53-47 vote that would not have been possible if not for three "Republican" Senators -- including Maine's own Susan Collins -- who deserted her constituents and sided instead with her extreme, left-wing colleagues to support her.
This known activist judge, who infamously failed to define the word 'woman' during her confirmation hearings, has a long history of concerning rulings and questionable legal judgment that should have been enough to give any Senator who takes their oath seriously pause.
But, yet again, Susan Collins failed to live up to that standard.
Join this campaign to express your dismay at Sen. Collins for supporting the nomination of activist judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court, and for voting to confirm her to the bench last week.
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Last Thursday, April 7th, Maine's senior U.S. Senator, Susan Collins, generally considered a swing-vote in the 50-50-split U.S. Senate, voted along with the entire Senate Democratic Caucus (and two more Republicans) to confirm Joe Biden's liberal nominee, Ketanji Brown Jackson, to fill the vacancy left on the Supreme Court by retiring Justice Stephen Breyer.
A Republican on paper, Collins has, yet again, sorely disappointed independent-minded Mainers (and conservatives across our state and the country) with her exceedingly poor judgment as a lawmaker.
While Jackson's confirmation is unexpected to significantly change the ideological balance on the Supreme Court, her membership on the bench marks a dangerous moment in our history for the Constitution, for our people, and for the country.
As a federal judge and member of the U.S. Sentencing Commission, Brown Jackson consistently supported lighter sentences for child sex predators, advocating for eliminating the mandatory minimum sentence for child porn and opposing requiring convicts to register as sex offenders.
Likewise, she authored an amicus brief in the 1990s defending a Massachusetts law that banned protests outside of abortion clinics and, during her Supreme Court confirmation hearings, claimed she "actually [doesn't] know" when life begins.
Brown Jackson even failed to define what a 'woman' is, mind-numbingly claiming that she's "not a biologist."
Yet even so, Collins ignored all that, and decided that Brown Jackson has "sterling academic and professional credentials" and "possesses the experience, qualifications, and integrity to serve as an Associate Justice on the Supreme Court."
So we must ask ourselves: Why?
Sen. Collins, who continues to veer more and more left in her voting patterns, may have been fooled by Brown Jackson's record and feigned display of ignorance on simple biological and constitutional matters to score points with the woke crowd, but the Mainers she claims to represent certainly were not, and it's time to let her know.
So please, join this campaign expressing your disapproval of Sen. Collins's irresponsible, short-sighted vote to confirm radical activist judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court of the United States.
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'Senate confirms Biden nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson to US Supreme Court' (LifeSiteNews)
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