BREAKING: Ketanji Brown’s SECRET Supreme Court Plan Exposed – America Stunned…

Her plan isn’t to advertise it.

No, Ketanji’s plan is to get confirmed first, then change America’s criminal justice system from the inside out.

Alabama Attorney General Steven T. Marshall testified on March 24 before the Senate Judiciary Committee against the nomination of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson.

His reason? She wants a “fundamental redesign” of the criminal justice system.

“While the lawmaking branches of our State and Federal governments are responsible for setting the policies that will alleviate or exacerbate this grim reality, this week presents an important opportunity to discuss the role that the judiciary plays in the criminal-justice system and the effect judges’ decisions have on public safety.

Not only does Judge Jackson’s nomination come at a time when crime and punishment is ranked as a top issue—if not the top issue—by Americans from both political parties, but she has received the strident support of activist groups with views about our criminal-justice system that are far outside the mainstream. This is a cause for concern.

Perhaps I am mistaken, but I do not recall the last three Democratic nominees to the United States Supreme Court—namely, Justice Sotomayor, Justice Kagan, and now-Attorney General Garland—being met with this level of enthusiasm from similar circles.”

“This data raises important questions,” Marshall concluded, “about the common progressive argument that offenders are due compassion (leniency) because of their perceived vulnerabilities, while victims of violent crime — who are innocent and would be similarly identified as vulnerable by any other measure — are not due even greater compassion.”

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  1. Oh boy is America in trouble this makes laws in reverse the criminal is innocent while the victim is the guilty party,that has been the democrat way since 2012.

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