Judge Who Labelled ‘Pizzagate’ a ‘Conspiracy’ Was SCOTUS Nominee Ketanji Jackson

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SCOTUS nominee Ketanji Jackson once ruled that Pizzagate was just a conspiracy theory

SCOTUS nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson labelled ‘Pizzagate‘ a ‘conspiracy theory’ which damaged the reputations of upstanding politicians such as Hillary Clinton.

The pro-pedophile judge is currently on track to become Biden’s pick for the Supreme Court. Ketanji Brown Jackson has a long track record of supporting child rapists and condoning pedophilia, according to reports.

In 2016, WikiLeaks released a series of bombshell emails that exposed Hillary Clinton and other high-ranking officials as being connected to a child sex ring which used pedophile “code words” to discuss their diabolical deeds out in the open.

A year later, after Edgar Maddison Welch opened fire at a pizza restaurant allegedly connected to the pedophile ring in Washington, D.C., Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson sentenced him to four years in prison and used the case as an opportunity to dismiss the entire scandal as nothing more than a ‘crazy conspiracy theory’.

ABC News reports: Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson called “the extent of the recklessness” of the defendant’s actions “breathtaking” as she sentenced Welch on Thursday.

Jackson said she had no reason to doubt that Welch “thought” he was “being helpful,” but said she could not “overstate” the concern that “other people will see what you have done and be inspired by it.”

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“No matter how well-intentioned, people are not allowed to take matters into their own hands,” she said.

Welch’s defense attorney, Dani Jahn, gave a passionate plea for a lighter sentence for her client, saying that 18 months would be a “strong sentence.”

“He is extremely remorseful and it is sincere and it is significant,” she added.

Welch spoke briefly in court, apologizing to everyone involved, including the restaurant staff.

Comet Ping Pong owner James Alefantis said in court that his staff was “brave” and that Welch caused him physical, emotional and financial harm.

“So many of us have suffered from the defendant’s actions,” he said.