It’s certain now that the nominee for the U.S. Supreme Court backs critical race theory in schools and has given many, many light sentences. She even advocated for releasing felons from prison during the Covid pandemic. Ketanji Brown Jackson can’t define a woman because, she says, she is not a biologist. She described pro-life activists as “hostile, noisy crowd of ‘in-your-face’ protesters.”
Now, Judge Jackson has no opinion on the God-given rights stated in the Declaration of Independence, known as natural rights.
“I do not hold a position on whether individuals possess natural rights,” she said response to written questions by the Senate Judiciary Committee (Page 79).
The Declaration of Independence says, “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights….” These are known as God-given natural rights. They are the entire basis for the U.S. Constitution, which would come later in U.S. history.
Jackson also won’t answer whether men who identify as women can be held in women’s prisons. She says that is a hypothetical question.
Jackson’s nomination vote is expected this week in the U.S. Senate.
Unknown as oft this writing is how Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski and Utah Sen. Mitt Romney will vote on Jackson, who if confirmed would become another leftist activist on the Supreme Court. President Biden nominated her to replace Justice Stephen Breyer, who is retiring at the end of this judicial calendar year. Maine Sen. Susan Collins, another swing Republican, has said she will vote in favor of the judge, almost guaranteeing that Jackson will slip by with just enough votes from the Senate.