“She cannot even define what a woman is!”
Here we go again, Americans, another unelected immoral bureaucrat is being installed in an attempt to further Europeanize America as you know it (Psalm 9:17).
Another radical is being placed to America’s highest court, a woman who advocates the murder of children (Proverbs 6:17), cannot define what a woman is (Genesis 1:27) nor can she answer the question when it comes to when life begins. What sort of fruit do you suppose a reprobate such as Ketanji Brown Jackson will produce (Matthew 7:16)? She’ll produce the same fruit the rest of them have brought forth (Psalm 94:16).
The Epoch Times reported: Convict Grateful to Supreme Court Nominee for Light Sentence for Child Pornography.
A man convicted of child pornography distribution is grateful that Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson gave him a sentence lower than that recommended by prosecutors and sentencing guidelines.
Wesley Hawkins said he was displeased when Jackson sentenced him in 2013 but later reconsidered his view.
“I wasn’t very happy that she gave me three months, though, after reflection when I was in jail, I was hearing from other people who said it was their first time arrested and they got five years, six years,” Hawkins told the Washington Post.
“I feel that she chose to take into consideration the fact that I was just getting started and she knew this was going to hold me back for years to come regardless, so she didn’t really want to add on to that,” he added.
A clerk at the appeals court Jackson serves on didn’t pick up the phone or return a voicemail seeking comment on the remarks. The White House didn’t return an inquiry.
President Joe Biden chose Jackson, who he previously selected as an appeals judge, to serve on the nation’s top court after Justice Stephen Breyer decided to retire.
When sentencing Hawkins, Jackson was a district judge. She was nominated to that position by President Barack Obama.
Hawkins, a District of Columbia resident, was arrested and charged with distributing over 600 images of child porn in 2013. He pleaded guilty and faced up to 20 years in prison. If sentencing guidelines were followed, Hawkins would been jailed for between 97 and 121 months. Prosecutors recommended 24 months behind bars, based in part on the age of the defendant, who was 19 at the time.
Jackson opted to sentence Hawkins to just three months in prison, as well as three months of home confinement and 73 months of probation.
During the hearing where the sentence was handed down, Jackson called sentencing guidelines outdated because they do not “adequately distinguish more serious child pornography offenders from the less serious child pornography offenders, adding that she believed the collection of images “was not actually as large” as it seemed “because it consisted of 16 digital images and 17 digital movie files.”
That number did not “signal an especially heinous or egregious child pornography offense,” she said. She also said that the case “is different” because the children in the images “were not much younger than you” and opined that Hawkins was “fascinated by sexual images involving what were essentially your peers.” At the end of the hearing, she said she felt sorry for Hawkins and his family members “for the anguish that this has caused all of you” and that she felt terrible because “sex offenders are truly shunned in our society.”
Hawkins wanted images of children as young as 11, according to messages he sent an undercover agent. He told the agent he had images of kids as young as 8.
This should come as no surprise.
And it is for you to clean up this bench, while you still have to time to do so. (Isaiah 26:9, 51:4-Article 2 section 4, Article 1 section 3 clause 7 U.S. Constitution
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