Social Justice Warrior Ketanji Brown Jackson, the newest US Supreme Court justice who was appointed because she met the affirmative action rules, exemplifies a’resist activism’ judge. She appears to wish to oppose politeness.
On the first day of the new Supreme Court term, Jackson engaged in a heated argument with Neil Gorsuch. During her first oral argument appearance, she caused a commotion by stepping out of her box ready to fight with conservative justices.
The left, who had persecuted conservative justice Clarence Justice for decades, gleamed with pride at Jackson’s selection as a radical far-left Black female justice, deeming her dominance of the court historically significant.
The media bias and hypocrisy are astounding.
Sackett v. Environmental Protection Agency, commonly known as Sackett II, involves the scope of the Clean Water Act and is before the Supreme Court.
According to the EPA, the Clean Water Act (CWA) of 1972 “establishes the basic structure for regulating discharges of pollutants into the waters of the United States and regulating quality standards for surface waters.”.
The radical left is extremely protective of the EPA’s vast, centralized control over the American people. Recently, the left-leaning Mother Jones wrote on the SCOTUS hearing, “The Supreme Court May Be Poised to Blow Up the Clean Water Act. The pending case could eliminate protections for 80 percent of southwestern streams.”
Many people view the left’s use of the EPA to usurp our republic as nothing more than a bogus pretense to preserve animals and places while treating American residents as a burden on the planet.
Therefore, the extreme far left is highly concerned. No surprise Jackson was willing to defend the EPA.
The EPA has long mistreated landowners and business owners with repressive and costly rules in service of a radical, far-left agenda, preventing Americans from exercising their Constitutional ownership rights.
Sackett inquires as to whether the federal government has the jurisdiction to conserve some wetlands for environmental protection, and it took Jackson, the new justice, less than eight minutes to weigh in on the topic.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
And she wasn’t polite about it either, as reported by Carmine Sabia for Conservative Brief:
“Justice Gorsuch argued that some land owners could be fined for unknowingly building on protected lands.
“So if the federal government doesn’t know, how is a person subject to criminal time in federal prison supposed to know?” Gorsuch said. CONTINUE READING…