MTG Says GOP Turncoats Are “Pro-Pedophile”

( After Republican Senators Mitt Romney, Lisa Murkowski, and Susan Collins voted with Democrats to advance Joe Biden’s radical left Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson to the full Senate, Georgia Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene accused the trio of being “pro-pedophile.”

Jackson’s nomination failed to advance through the Judiciary Committee, with the panel evenly split 11 to 11. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer held a full-Senate vote to bypass the committee and bring Jackson’s nomination to the floor. That vote passed 53 to 47, with Romney, Murkowski, and Collins voting with the Democrats.

After the full Senate vote, Marjorie Taylor Greene blasted Romney, Collins, and Murkowski for voting along with Democrats, calling them “pro-pedophile” for voting to advance Jackson’s nomination.

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer scheduled the final confirmation vote for Thursday afternoon. At this point, it is a formality as Ketanji Brown Jackson has more than the 51 votes necessary for her confirmation.

Greene’s tweet was no doubt prompted by Jackson’s lenient sentencing of child sex predators.

The week before Jackson’s confirmation hearing began, Republican Senator Josh Hawley laid out in a lengthy Twitter thread what he discovered about Jackson after reading through her opinions, articles, and speeches. Hawley wrote that Jackson had a disturbing pattern of giving sex offenders, especially those whose victims are children, unbelievably light sentences.

In his thread, Hawley cited specific cases in which Jackson sentenced the sex offenders to far lighter sentences than those outlined in the sentencing guidelines.

Hawley’s revelations became a central point of contention among Republicans on the Judiciary Committee, leading the Democrat-favoring corporate media to “fact-check” the claims. The White House then used these “fact-checks” to dismiss or downplay Republicans’ concerns.

By the third day of her confirmation hearings, Judiciary Chairman Dick Durbin was openly attempting to block Republicans from asking Jackson about her lenient sentencing of child sex offenders.

In one notable incident, Senator Ted Cruz was repeatedly shut down by Durbin when he tried to get Jackson to answer his questions.