A new Rasmussen national poll shows most Americans are very concerned that Ketnaji Brown Jackson gave light prison sentences to child pornographers.
Joe Biden’s nominee for the Supreme Court is not only an abortion proponent, but she came under fire during Senate Judiciary Committee hearings for giving convicted child pornographers the lightest sentences possible. And that’s not going over well with Americans.
According to a national Rasmussen survey, 65% of Americans are either concerned or very concerned and that is split equally among me and women. Most Republicans were concerned but less than half of Democrats cared about child pornographers getting off easy.
65% of ALL national likely voters are either very or somewhat concerned about Judge Jackson’s treatment of child porn cases – poll crosstab section attached.
— Rasmussen Reports (@Rasmussen_Poll) March 30, 2022
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Dozens of leading pro-life groups oppose Jackson, who has called pro-life Americans “hostile, noisy and in your face” people. And she tried to take away free speech rights from pro-life Americans.
Her record on unborn babies’ rights has pro-life advocates opposing her nomination. Then, Senator Josh Hawley, a pro-life Republican, raised additional concerns about Jackson’s “soft” record on child sex offenders. He voiced those concerns in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee, pointing to seven cases in which Jackson gave lenient sentences to criminals convicted of possessing child pornography and other child sexual abuse charges. And the White House tried to hide her concerning record.
Jackson has the support of NARAL Pro-Choice America, which advocates for abortions without limits up to birth, as well as leftist “dark money” groups linked to pro-abortion billionaire George Soros.
She also ruled against the Trump administration’s efforts to defund the billion-dollar abortion chain Planned Parenthood, and she clerked for pro-abortion Justice Stephen Breyer when he issued an opinion against the partial-birth abortion ban.
Joe Biden promised to nominate a justice who believes in the so-called “right” to abort an unborn baby. If confirmed, Jackson would replace retiring Justice Breyer.