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Marjorie Taylor Greene: 3 RINO Ketanji-Backers Are ‘Pro-Pedophile’

Senate Republicans last week accused the White House of deliberately withholding information regarding a child pornography case that Jackson ruled on...

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., bashed Republican Senators who have backed President Joe Biden’s Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson, suggesting that they are pro-pedophilia, the Liberty Daily reported.

Among the backers of Jackson are Republican Sens. Mitt RomneyLisa Murkowski, and Susan Collins.

All three of the above Senators are fine with pedophiles getting light sentences, according to Taylor Greene.

“Murkoski, Collins, and Romney are pro-pedophile,” she tweeted. “They just voted for KBJ.”

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Republicans have criticized Jackson throughout the confirmations for being soft on criminals throughout her career. She has been prone especially to taking it easy on pedophiles and child pornographers, who she seems to see as victims of their environment.

Senate Republicans last week accused the White House of deliberately withholding information regarding a child pornography case that Jackson ruled on.

In that case, a man was caught with “over 6,500 files depicting children appearing to be of elementary, middle, and high school ages, engaged in sexual acts or posing sexually,” yet Jackson gave him the minimum sentence.

Republicans argued that the White House needed to release more information, and that the vetting process needed to slow down in order to properly evaluate Jackson’s credentials.

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“Not only does this case, which Judge Jackson left off her list of child abuse cases, undercut her argument that she followed the probation office’s recommended sentences, but it also underscores the perils of moving too quickly in the vetting process,” a Republican Judiciary Committee aide said.

Despite these criticisms, the RINOs in the Senate were virtually a guarantee to vote for what might be the first black woman to be on the Supreme Court.

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