BREAKING: Supreme Court Shocker Puts America On Edge [Details Here]

Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson has been portrayed as a highly qualified non-partisan nominee to the Supreme Court when in fact, the opposite is true.

Shockingly, Judge Jackson supports Critical Race Theory, the “1619 Project,” and Black Lives Matter.

Supporting such divisive and abhorrent ideas that divide Americans and inflame racial tensions should be an automatic disqualifier for any individual seeking to serve on the nation’s highest court.

Breitbart’s Joel Pollack wrote in an article published on Friday saying, “What is alarming is that Judge Jackson cited Critical Race Theory, and its founder, Derrick Bell, as a source of inspiration. Bell’s basic thesis was that America is fundamentally racist, and that racism is enshrined in all of our institutions, since the Constitution was drafted at a time when black people could be owned as slaves. To Bell, only the adoption of socioeconomic rights, through which the state would radically redistribute private wealth, could America be saved from systemic racism.”

Judge Jackson essentially buys into the idea that the Constitution is an inherently racist document and as such should be done away with. This is the same person that wants Americans to trust her ability to defend and uphold the Constitution.

Pollack continued by saying, “We cannot have a Justice who believes the Constitution is racist; who believes America was founded on slavery; or who believes police are guilty until proven innocent. Judge Jackson’s confirmation is being treated as a foregone conclusion. But she cannot simply sail through the process: she must face specific questions about her beliefs.”

In light of Judge Jackson’s awful ideological stances, Republicans in the Senate must expose her beliefs and do everything in their power to keep her off of the Supreme Court.

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