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Hot take: Brett Kavanaugh thinks children should die in prison but his own high school life is off-limits

On Thursday, the Supreme Court ruled 6-3 that a court could uphold a life-without-parole sentence that a Mississippi court imposed on Brett Jones, a then 15-year-old who stabbed his grandfather to death. Bess Levin, writing for Vanity Fair, notes the hypocrisy of Justice Brett Kavanaugh, who wrote the opinion but during his confirmation hearings said it was absurd to judge him on who he was in high school.


Kalb embedded these tweets in her piece as backup:


“The Trump-appointee who asked not to be judged by his high school yearbook has a different point of view for kids who aren’t Tobin, Squi, and PJ,” writes Kalb. Remind us who Kavanaugh murdered in high school?






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