Protest KBJ, who opposes the Declaration of Independence
Because she does not believe in the Declaration of Independence, Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson should not be confirmed by the Senate.
In Jackson's response to written questions, on page 79, Ed Whelan of the Ethics and Public Policy Center noticed an alarming exchange on this topic.
While Jackson's response fits into a disturbing trend on the political Left, it is the clearest example of it in judicial nominations to date.
"Natural rights that are inherent or inalienable" were first asked to explain the American founders' theory by Jackson.
People are "endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness,"
She declared agnosticism after identifying the fundamental theory underlying the Declaration of Independence.
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