The games are already starting with Biden SCOTUS nominees.
A former clerk of one of the early favorites has primed her former boss’s Wikipedia page.
However, she has also been making changes to her former boss’ competition, and she has been caught.
Disqualify Her Now
Politico was the first outlet to break the news.
According to an investigation, edits have hit all the favorites in the Biden SCOTUS nominee pool.
Politico found that the mystery editor behind all the modifications is Matteo Godi.
Godi is a former law clerk for Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson.
Politico got the tip from an anonymous source.
The source stated that Godi had edited the judge’s page “as a matter of course” over the years.
However, the source claimed Judge Jackson was not aware that she had also been editing other pages.
Politico reported it noticed a “pattern” of changes, noting that Jackson’s page was edited to “paint her in a more favorable light for a liberal audience, while the pages for other potential nominees — South Carolina federal district court Judge J. Michelle Childs and California Supreme Court Justice Leondra Kruger — were altered to make them potentially less appealing to a left-leaning audience.”
The big question is if the source was accurate in what Judge Jackson knew or did not know.
This could already be a scandal that, responsible or not, disqualifies Jackson from being a serious candidate.
Do you think Jackson needs to be disqualified due to the actions of her former staffer?
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