June 9, 2024

Ketanji Brown Jackson's $900k book advance raising eyebrows

It's been Clarence Thomas who has been under fire for the gifts he has received while serving on America's Supreme Court.

Well, the Supreme Court recently disclosed statements that described the value of gifts that the jurists have received because of their position, and it was definitely NOT  Thomas who surprised America the most.

Ketanji Brown Jackson admitted to receiving an advance of $900,000 for her book that hadn't sold a single copy yet.

No other justice came close to that amount. Brett M. Kavanaugh scored the second-biggest advance for a book, but that amount was way less than half of what Brown Jackson received.

Jackson's book apparently tells of "her family’s ascent from segregation to her confirmation on America’s highest court within the span of one generation."

The justice certainly proved that she completely buys into liberal hypocrisy with this one, she's admitting that she hadn't written a single word of the book yet!

All Ketanji did was suggest that she will have written a book called Lovely One at some point in the future, and she was handed $900,000.

Something tells me that if Clarence Thomas and Amy Barrett were being treated like that, there would be a little bit more outrage about the crazy sum of money that Brown Jackson received.

Justice Neil M. Gorsuch also received an advance for a book, but his check was *only* for $250,000.

Two years ago, Amy Coney Barrett received $425,000 for a book advance.

If you don't think there's liberal corruption going on in this world, then you just don't have your eyes open.

It took THREE conservative justices to receive the amount that Ketanji Brown Jackson received for a book she hasn't even written yet!

Liberals have two sets of standards: one for themselves, and one for everybody else.

America is getting tired of it.

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