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This past weekend, new facts about President Joe Biden’s Supreme Court pick, Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson, were exposed, showing that she has been recurrently providing lenient rulings against perpetrators of child sexual abuse.
Biden’s pick for SCOTUS has criticized the federal child pornography sentencing guidelines, asserting that they are “outdated” and “too harsh,” and argued that she has therefore developed her “own analysis of child pornography offenses.” As a result, she had, on several occasions, lowered the punishments prosecutors sought for child molesters. On this case, you can read Sabrina Martin’s article for more details of the cases.
Unfortunately what is happening with Jackson is not an isolated fact, Democrats nationwide have declared war on Governor DeSantis, for legislating that 5-year-old children will not be able to receive sexual orientation talks from their teachers without the express authorization of their parents. In an attempt to persuade the population that it was an act of “discrimination” against the LGBTQ community, the progressive media and the party of President Biden, baptized it as the “Don’t Say Gay” bill.
Yesterday, New York Mayor Eric Adams even said he was inviting Floridians from the LGBTQ community to live in New York to avoid alleged discrimination in Florida, which is demonstrably false.
Disney, the world’s largest children’s entertainment company, has also ridden this wave, with its president asserting that characters in Disney productions should be at least 50% members of the LGBTQ community and other minorities, even though that community represents just 7% of the American population.
Add to that the fact that over the past few years more than 40 Disney employees have been arrested for involvement in child sexual abuse cases—more information can be found here—and we have to ask ourselves, why are the Biden admin, the Democratic Party, and companies like Disney pushing so hard to talk to 5-year-olds about sex? And why is the same Biden Administration nominating to the SCOTUS a judge with a history of leniency towards sexual predators?
Let’s protect the children and their innocence! Their future and America’s future is at stake.
Emmanuel Rincón is a lawyer, writer, novelist and essayist. He has won several international literary awards. He is Editor-at-large at El American // Emmanuel Rincón es abogado, escritor, novelista y ensayista. Ganador de diversos premios literarios internacionales. Es editor-at-large en El American