Here's more details on the Big Guy's pledge to nominate a black woman to SCOTUS after Justice Breyer announced his retirement
· Jan 27, 2022 ·

Intersectionality is the worst:

President Joe Biden on Thursday affirmed his pledge to nominate the first Black woman to the U.S. Supreme Court, saying it was "long overdue." He praised retiring Justice Stephen Breyer as a model public servant and promised a nominee by the end of February.

I'm all for nominating a black woman to the Supreme Court. I kinda wish the entire media and political Swamp didn't ignore the current black judge serving on the court...

And that Joe Biden hadn't VEHEMENTLY and DOGGEDLY tried to keep that black man from serving on the Court...

...But if Sleepy Joe can find a qualified candidate that happens to be a black woman, great!

The problem is, Joe is promising to hire based entirely on race and gender (also known as discrimination, which is kinda illegal) and his party's platform has been slamming the very idea of merit as a concept of "whiteness."

"I've made no decision except the one person I will nominate will be someone with extraordinary qualifications, character, experience and integrity," Biden said as Breyer stood by. "And that person will be the first Black woman ever nominated to the United States Supreme Court. It's long overdue."

Think of the hundreds of other judges who were just passed over by his statement. Their intelligence, jurisprudence, and decades of hard work means nothing. If they don't have the right bits and kibble or enough melanin in their skin, they have zero chance at being appointed to the Court.

Biden has already met personally with at least one top nominee, Ketanji Brown Jackson, 51, Breyer's former clerk who worked at the U.S. Sentencing Commission and has been a federal trial court judge since 2013 in the District of Columbia.

To be fair to Jackson, she was reportedly runner-up for the nomination in 2016 behind Merrick Garland, but I guess Obama and Biden didn't feel it was "long overdue" enough at that point in time to nominate her.

You know, because Mr. McWeasel has proven to be so much better as the Attorney General!

There's a few other candidates on the reported shortlist as well:

Early discussions about a successor are focusing on Jackson, U.S. District Judge J. Michelle Childs and California Supreme Court Justice Leondra Kruger, according to people familiar with the matter who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss White House deliberations.

Whoever gets through the leftist gauntlet of woke politics is sure to be radical as heckity heck, so batten down the hatches and prepare for a fun ride through the political landscape of 2022!

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