Judge Jackson Wants to 'Meld' American Law with CRT, Social Justice

Judge Jackson Wants to 'Meld' American Law with CRT, Social Justice
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Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, currently testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee as her nomination to the Supreme Court is considered, has a track record not too dissimilar from any other woke academic. And despite the Democrat spin that says criticisms of Biden's SCOTUS nominee to replace retiring Justice Stephen Breyer are trumped up claims based on sexist racist bigotry, KBJ's own words in her Senate Judiciary Questionnaire (SJQ) make her beliefs clear. 

In one document included in the SJQ, remarks titled "Fairness in Federal Sentencing: An Examination" lay out what Judge Jackson believes and has sought to impart (emphasis added):

I also try to convince my students that sentencing is just plain interesting on an intellectual level, in part because it melds together myriad types of law—criminal law, of course, but also administrative law, constitutional law, critical race theory, negotiations, and to some extent, even contracts. And if that's not enough to prove to them that sentencing is a subject worth studying, I point out that sentencing policy implicates and intersects with various other intellectual disciplines as well, including philosophy, psychology, history, statistics, economics, and politics.

So Judge Jackson, who has previously served on the U.S. Sentencing Commission and then as a judge handing down sentences herself, believes that the radical left's construction of "critical race theory" is to be melded with the actual law and U.S. Constitution in order to determine sentences. KBJ's woke streak doesn't end there, though.
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