Future Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson praised New Zealand’s ban on semi-automatic long guns, which included a “mandatory government buyback,” during a commencement speech at Harvard University.
Brown-Jackson applauded the comments from leftist New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s commencement speech championing her government “banning military-style semi-automatics and assault rifles.”
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Brown-Jackson can be seen in the video applauding the statement by Arden. It comes as an apparent approval of the removal of Second Amendment rights for Americans and a signal of support for President Biden’s anti-gun agenda.
President Biden called for enacting more restrictions on the Second Amendment in response to the Uvalde shooting during his speech last week.
“This isn’t about taking away anyone’s rights,” Biden claimed before listing ways he intends to take away people’s Second Amendment rights.
Biden called for banning semi-automatic long guns, which are extremely popular in the United States, banning what he claimed were:
- “High-capacity magazines.”
- Enacting red flag laws that strip Americans of due process.
- Going after gun manufacturers.
“We need to ban assault weapons and high capacity magazines,” Biden said. “And if we can’t ban assault weapons, then we should raise the age to purchase them from 18 to 21, strengthen the background checks.”
Jackson-Brown has seemingly supported the far-left agendas of the President and his party since her appearance on the political landscape earlier this year.
The future Supreme Court justice has refused to condemn things such as the recent Roe v. Wade leak from the Supreme Court. She also declined to condemn far-left activists harassing conservative judges at their homes during an interview with The Washington Post.