Watch: Sen. Graham Slams Ketanji Jackson’s Defense of Lighter Sentences for Internet Pedophiles

Watch: Sen. Graham Slams Ketanji Jackson’s Defense of Lighter Sentences for Internet Pedophiles

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) had a mic drop moment when SCOTUS nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson attempted to defend her past history of issuing lighter sentences to consumers and distributors of internet child pornography.

During a tense back and forth Wednesday, Graham said he was happy for internet child porn distributors to go to jail for 50 years as Jackson continued to insist she was justified in going softer on internet child predators because of outdated statutes.

Jackson argued to the Senate Judiciary Committee she was tasked with differentiating between whether porn distributed on the internet was worse than porn distributed via snail mail.

“So the guideline says we’re gonna treat a person that distributed 1,000 a lot worse because that shows that this person is really engaged in this really horrible behavior,” she said.

“In comes the internet. On the internet with one click you can receive, you can distribute tens of thousands. You can be doing this for 15 minutes and all of a sudden you are looking at 30, 40, 50 years in prison…” Jackson said, before being interrupted by Graham, who exclaimed, “Good!”

“Good! Absolutely good!” Graham continued, speaking over Jackson. “I hope you go to jail for 50 years if you’re on the internet trolling for images of children in sexual exploitation.”

“See, you don’t think that’s a bad thing,” Graham told Jackson, adding, “I think that’s a horrible thing.”

In another exchange, Graham explained jail sentences should be used as a deterrent against the crime, saying, “The best way to deter people from getting on a computer and viewing thousands and hundreds … of children being exploited and abused … is to put their ass in jail, not supervise their computer usage.”

Discussing an instance where Judge Jackson gave a lighter sentence to a 32-year-old man who shared photos his own 10-year-old daughter, Graham said he disagrees with Jackson’s view of how to deter child pornography, saying she’s instead making it easier for children to be exploited.

“If you’re on a computer right now looking at a kid in a sexually compromising situation and you get caught, I hope nobody gives you a break because you used the computer,” Graham said.

Graham’s line of inquiry comes as Jackson’s history of leniency against child sex offenders was put on blast last week by Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.), who issued a lengthy Twitter thread dissecting various instances in which she gave lighter sentences to child pornography offenders.

Jackson’s confirmation hearing will last through Thursday.

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