This has been a crazy week, and we’re glad it’s over, but it’s not all particularly bad news. As some have pointed out, even if Judge Kentaji Brown Jackson is seated on the Supreme Court (and she will be), we’ve been treated to a week of liberals (and liberal media) explaining that science isn’t so clear on what a “woman” is, lenient child pornography sentences are actually pretty mainstream, and critical race theory isn’t taught in schools except in schools where it is. If Democrats want to go into the midterms fighting for revised (i.e., lowered) child porn sentencing guidelines, be our guest.
As we’ve said, the mainstream media has had a busy week papering over the rough spots in Jackson’s testimony, and the Washington Post is still at it. You know that guy found guilty of possessing child pornography who was let off with a three-month sentence? The Washington Post tracked him down and he’s actually a good guy. We’re not sure if the Post tracked down any of the children in the images he had on his computer to see how they’re doing.
Wesley Hawkins, talk of the Jackson hearings, describes life after pornography sentencehttps://t.co/XGBsLq2Jbn
— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) March 25, 2022
What kind of pornography was it?https://t.co/cAFvbZaNnu
— Brian Anderson (@AZBrianAnderson) March 25, 2022
It was child pornography, sir.
life after CHILD pornography sentence. It’s gross that you’re trying to make this garbage sympathetic!
— Charles Hodges (@ThatOilGuy_) March 25, 2022
Notice the headline leaves out the child in child pornography
— Tricia D (@patriciamdavis) March 25, 2022
“Pornography sentence”. No mention of child.
And journalists somehow still think they’re the “good guys”
— Breffus Brito (@EZBakedLovin) March 25, 2022
Why are you trying to rehabilitate this guy? What the fuck is wrong with you?
— 🙄Erin 🤔 (@MsErinMurray) March 25, 2022
@washingtonpost covering for a child pornographer. Jeff Bezos is a sicko anyway.
— Maria A Cook (@MariaACook3) March 25, 2022
Again, libs side with the criminals
— conservative hippie (@johnwhi66867745) March 25, 2022
Democrats are building a statue of him to worship and letting him become a kindergarten teacher
— MADELEINE ALBRIGHTS THONG (@JasonShaneBiden) March 25, 2022
😂 @washingtonpost decided to do investigative journalism for Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s Supreme Court nomination.
So what did they do?
To “humanize” a child sex predator.
Because Judge Jackson sentenced him to 3 months—instead of 8 years. pic.twitter.com/Nb2pIjZdip
— 🇺🇸 Mike Davis 🇺🇸 (@mrddmia) March 25, 2022
I am personally not amused by these sleazy PR tactics, @washingtonpost
— Kyle Becker (@kylenabecker) March 25, 2022
Did they cover his victims?
— BreckGirl4ever (@breckgirl4ever) March 25, 2022
@washingtonpost wrote a piece "humanizing" a child sex predator, then they support it full stop. They have no regard for the children in the pics, apparently as young as 8 years old. Imagine those child victims today seeing this article – it should be retracted & WaPo apologize!
— Scully69 (@Scully691) March 25, 2022
Yeah, the kids were 8, but Hawkins was only 18, so they were practically his “peers.” Weren’t you listening?
This is just vile behavior by the @washingtonpost
— theseed (@theseed59788459) March 25, 2022
We’ve been reading pieces in Salon and Slate and such over the last couple of years trying to “normalize” pedophilia as a sexual orientation one is born with, plus, not all pedophiles actually do anything criminal. Just don’t call liberals soft on crime.
Sen. Dick Durbin runs interference for Ketanji Brown Jackson over one question from Sen. Ted Cruz about sentencing https://t.co/ZmXY0hJ3MJ
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) March 23, 2022