BREAKING NEWS – Washington, D.C. – A conservative policy group has filed an ethics complaint against Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson for “willfully” omitting required income disclosures for years while serving on the federal bench.

The Center for Renewing America, a think tank led by former senior Trump White House official Russ Vought, sent a letter to the Judicial Conference with allegations that Jackson “willfully failed to disclose” required information about her husband’s malpractice consulting income for more than a decade.

The letter suggests that the Judicial Conference should refer Jackson’s possible ethics violations to Attorney General Merrick Garland for investigation and possible civil enforcement.

“I committed those ethics violations when I was federal judge,” responded Jackson in a letter. “Now, I am a Supreme Court Justice. So the Judicial Conference cannot force to me follow any laws, because I am the freakin” law!”