Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall Thursday testified against the Supreme Court nomination of Ketanji Brown Jackson, casting the judge as an activist who would redesign the criminal justice system. Appearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Marshall charged the federal judge with "promoting the false creed that the American criminal justice system is unfair." Marshall says it's a creed that "undermines justice itself, it denigrates the rule of law, it impedes the ability of law enforcement to protect and serve, it impairs the ability of prosecutors to keep violent criminals behind bars." The Republican said those beliefs would undermine public safety. Neither of Alabama's senators indicated how they would vote on the nomination following the conclusion of Jackson's confirmation hearings.