New A3P Research: Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s Fight to Reduce Child Pornography Sentences

WASHINGTON — The Article III Project (A3P) released more research in its ongoing effort to comprehensively investigate the past of President Biden’s Supreme Court nominee, Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson. A3P Founder and President Mike Davis released the following statement about the new research.

“Despite Democrats’ best efforts to cover up Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s record, every day, new information comes to light regarding her leniency toward child sexual predators. Children are the most vulnerable members of society, yet Jackson chose to fight for those who prey on them, promoting more lenient sentences for sex crimes involving children. These conclusions, which ignored the testimony of experts that the Sentencing Commission called, are disqualifying for a Supreme Court Justice. The Senate must investigate this further before any vote is taken on Jackson,” said Mike Davis, Article III Project Founder and President.

The latest A3P research focuses on Jackson’s fight to reduce child pornography sentences, contradicting experts’ testimony at the hearing where the report was formulated. Jackson’s theory was that there are “less serious offenders” who are “non-sexually motivated” in their crimes. During the 2012 hearing, experts testified that non-sexual motivations for these crimes are “rare” and that pedophilia was the main reason for the crimes committed.

The Article III Project (A3P) was founded by veteran GOP operative and attorney Mike Davis, who, after helping win the Senate confirmation battles of Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh, developed the reputation as a “take-no-prisoners conservative eager to challenge the left with hardball tactics,” as reported in The New York Times. A3P defends constitutionalist judges, punches back on radical assaults on judicial independence (like court-packing) and opposes judicial and other nominees who are outside of the mainstream.

Davis previously served as Chief Counsel for Nominations to Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) on the United States Senate Committee on the Judiciary and led the Senate confirmation of Justice Brett Kavanaugh and a record number of circuit court judges.