🎥 Bannon: Ketanji Jackson Had Details of "Sexual Torture" of Children When Giving Minimum Sentences

March 31, 2022


Mike Davis of the Article III Project discusses the very disturbing details that were omitted from the materials provided to the Senate Confirmation panel. What was left out is extremely disturbing. Child rape and torture of children as young as infants was allegedly detailed to Judge Jackson for the cases in which she provided extremely lenient sentences. Article III is in the process of preparing a release of these records.

“They hid it from the public despite knowing Judge Jackson gives lenient sentences to criminals. The White House is still refusing to be transparent about Judge Jackson’s record,” he said.


Jackson was the judge in the case of U.S. v. Cane, which involved “over 6,500 files depicting children appearing to be of elementary, middle and high school ages, engaged in sexual acts or posing sexually,” Fox News reported.


Jackson in that case sentenced Cane to 60 months in prison, below the 84 months recommended by the probation office. Republicans claim it was left off of a list of cases given to them on purpose; the White House has said there was no intent to hide the case and that the case proves Jackson was not soft on child pornography defendants.


“This is a cover-up by the Biden White House and Senate Democrats,” conservative Article III Project founder Mike Davis said. “They’re covering up her record. They intentionally omitted this case from less than a year ago because it did not fit their political narrative.”


SOURCE: Article III Project

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