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Sometimes, you witness a takedown so epic that it leaves everyone watching in utter amazement. That’s exactly what happened to Joe Biden’s radical left-wing judicial nominee, Karla Campbell. She’s a harebrained left-wing attorney from Nashville and Biden’s Marxist pick for the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, and her judicial dreams might have just imploded. After being caught lying under oath, her hopes of becoming the left’s next activist judge may be over.

The controversy swirls around a radical left-wing extremist hate group known as “Workers’ Dignity,” which is known for advocating the abolition of all military and police forces. It turns out that Ms. Campbell had been a legal advisor for this unhinged group. When Senator Chuck Grassley questioned her, she flat-out lied, denying any involvement. Not the wisest move, because up next was Senator John Kennedy, armed with irrefutable evidence proving her very close and cozy ties to the group. The look on her face was absolutely priceless.

Senator Hawley also came after Biden’s nominee for lying under oath and also highlighted yet another serious blunder—a hefty donation she made to a hateful, violent far-left candidate. Ms. Campbell admitted to donating $1,500 to a neighbor who has labeled all 52 Senate Republicans, including Tim Scott, as “Jim Crow Senators” and accused them of colluding with the devil. When pressed on why she supported such a luntaic, Ms. Campbell’s only excuse was that she was just trying to be “neighborly.”


Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) pressed Karla Campbell, U.S. President Joe Biden’s nominee for the U.S. Circuit Judge for the Sixth Circuit, on Thursday about her role of an advisory board at Workers’ Dignity.

“Workers’ Dignity has condemned Israel’s ethnic cleansing of Palestine. They have said that Israel is engaged in ethnic cleansing,” the senator said. “Do you agree with that?”

“No senator,” Campbell said.

“How can I believe you?” Hawley said. “You just lied under oath a
moment ago.”

“You’ve lied to us up and down on this committee,” he added. “This is a serious problem Ms. Campbell. I have to say, I’ve never seen a witness—never in five years in this committee—sit here and lie to us and change the story person to person.”

Campbell is of counsel at Stranch Jennings & Garvey in Nashville, Tenn., a role she has held since 2022, according to a May 23 White House release. She previously clerked for Judge Jane Stranch on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit and was a lawyer at Watson & Renner in Washington, D.C. She holds a law degree from Georgetown University and a college degree from the University of Virginia.

The Nashville, Tenn.-based Workers’ Dignity/Dignidad Obrera, which was founded in 2010, states “that transforming society requires working-class people of all races, ages and walks of life to build resilient and democratic organizations capable of disrupting strategic institutions and industries,” per its website.

“Only then will we be able to seize power and shape our own conditions,” it adds.

The exchange between Hawley and Karla Campbell was so awkward that all she could do was close her eyes or look to her Democrat Senate buddies for help. Either way, she and everyone else knew her goose was cooked.

Now, the big question looms: will she be arrested and tossed into the gulag for lying under oath to the US Senate? We all know that if she were a Trump nominee, or one of us, we’d already be in handcuffs and getting fitted for our orange jumpsuits. When will these lying, radical left-wingers be held to the same standard? We staunchly believe that any attorney caught lying under oath, especially to the US Senate, should be made an example of and treated precisely as she would treat a witness who committed the same offense. In addition, her law license should be promptly revoked. Ms. Campbell epitomizes the extreme side of “judicial activism” and lawfare and has no place in any US courtroom—unless, of course, she’s there as a defendant.