Future Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson is set to be sworn in as the Justice to replace Stephen Breyer at some point this summer.
Before even being officially sworn in, she is already making it clear where she stands on the issue of gun control.
During a commencement speech at Harvard University, Jackson applauded New Zealand’s ban on semi-automatic weapons. Broad gun bans on a certain category of a weapon were declared unconstitutional in District of Columbia v. Heller.
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Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to be the newest Supreme Court Justice, caught on video showing her applauding
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“Future Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson praised New Zealand’s ban on semi-automatic long guns, which included a “mandatory government buyback,” during a commencement speech at Harvard University.
Brown-Jackson applauded the comments from leftist New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s commencement speech championing her government “banning military-style semi-automatics and assault rifles.
Brown-Jackson can be seen in the video applauding the statement by Arden. It comes as an apparent approval of the removal of Second Amendment rights for Americans and a signal of support for President Biden’s anti-gun agenda.
President Biden called for enacting more restrictions on the Second Amendment in response to the Uvalde shooting during his speech last week.”
Jackson has already revealed her radical left-wing views on a variety of issues, including refusing to say that she would not support court packing.
Jackson also refused to condemn the Roe v. Wade draft opinion leak that has caused left-wing activists to pressure the Supreme Court in to reversing the leaked opinion. Their tactics have included protests at Supreme Court Justice’s homes, something Jackson has also refused to condemn.