BREAKING: SCOTUS Nominee Brown Exposed After Only 3-Word Statement [Shocking Details Here]

During her nomination hearings before the Senate, Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson admitted that she apologized to a drug kingpin for being forced to give him a longer sentence than she wanted to.

Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) chastised Jackson for her comments to Keith Young, a self-described “kingpin” who was caught with heroin laced with fentanyl that had a street value of hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Because of his crimes, Young was subject to a minimum 20-year sentence, but Cotton said, “You did not seem to like that, judge. In fact, at his sentencing, you said that you ‘shared his frustration’ that you couldn’t give him a lighter sentence.”

“You literally said that you didn’t think 20 years was fair,” Cotton said. “This is the quote: ‘And for this, I am sorry, mostly because I believe in second chances.’”

If that fentanyl-laced heroin had hit the streets, there are a lot of people who might not be getting second chances because of it and Young’s intended actions. Seems like Jackson should care a little more about those people than about Young.

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