Last month, 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 a concerning lapse in judgment from several moderate Senators who gave into an identity-driven, political pressure campaign to achieve this unfortunate final result.
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, in a moment that demanded a display of sound constitutional judgment on the part of lawmakers, both of Arizona's Senators -- Kyrsten Sinema and Mark Kelly -- failed to live up to that standard.
Join this campaign to express your dismay at Sens. Sinema and Kelly for supporting the nomination of activist judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court, and for voting to confirm her to the bench.
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On April 7th, both of Arizona's U.S. Senators, Kyrsten Sinema and Mark Kelly, two Democrats who are often considered a swing-votes in the 50-50-split U.S. Senate, joined the entire Senate Democratic Caucus (and three Republicans) to confirm Joe Biden's radical nominee, Ketanji Brown Jackson, to fill the vacancy left on the Supreme Court by retiring Justice Stephen Breyer.
Sinema and Kelly have both sorely disappointed their constituents across the state, many of whom have come to expect both Senators to take something as consequential as a Supreme Court nomination seriously enough to give their vote thoughtful consideration based on any nominee's actual record. But instead, they've abandoned Arizonans with their respective votes, and prioritized adherence to the DC political class over loyalty to those who elected them.
While Jackson's confirmation is not expected 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 -- especially when considering the recent leak of the majority opinion draft overturning Roe v. Wade, and what that could ultimately mean for the protection of life going forward.
We know we can't rely on Brown Jackson to acknowledge the constitutional right to life: In the 1990s, Brown Jackson authored an amicus brief 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.
She even failed to define what a 'woman' is, mind-numbingly claiming that she's "not a biologist."
Likewise, 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.
Yet even so, Sinema and Kelly somehow ignored all that, and decided that Brown Jackson had "exceptional qualifications" and "demonstrated a commitment to fairly interpret[ing] and uphold[ing] the Constitution on our nation’s highest court."
So we must ask ourselves, and the Senators: Why?
Sens. Sinema and Kelly 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, political elite, but the Arizonans who've elected them were not, and it's time to let them know.
So please, join this campaign expressing your disapproval of Sens. Sinema and Kelly's irresponsible, short-sighted votes 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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