Skip to comments.Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer to retire, giving Biden a chance to nominate a replacement
Posted on 01/26/2022 9:02:22 AM PST by SpeedyInTexas
Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer is retiring, NBC News reported Wednesday, giving President Joe Biden a crucial opportunity to replace the liberal justice.
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At least this will soak up all the oxygen in the Senate.
He’ll look like a conservative compared to whoever Biden nominates. Breyer at least ruled on the side of religious liberty in a number of cases.
Our precious Gift from the Peanut Boy and Rapin Bill Clinton...
Dems never miss. Republicans will put on Souters and John Roberts, but every Clinton and Obama appointee is 100% reliable far left.
A liberal replacing a liberal...no change. Why do I think the nominee will be a super surprise...hmmmm...or not...
We’ll see if that trial balloon floated about giving Harris this seat was just hot air or something with substance.
Hat eot say it, but if it were to ever happen, now would be a good time for something awfuyl to happen to a Senator from a state like GA, Mass, or MD...
There is no oxygen in the Senate.
“At least this will soak up all the oxygen in the Senate.”
Watch Romney, Graham, Collins, Murk, vote to confirm.
No chance to deny confirmation.
Well, you can’t get a more intransigent Leftist than Breyer, so good riddance.
... and Biden gets to make a hard-left installation on the SC ahead of the 2022 elections.
If Biden is determined to be illicit by withdrawal of electors, could the next legitimate president replace whoever Biden put on the court? /not holding my breath
The Constitution hating activist Biden will nominate will be depressing. Another death blow of a stolen election.
New uncertainty. Will we someday address a certain crone as “President” or “Justice Clinton?”
But it will still soak up a lot of time. This will derail any other agenda
Obese, black, and lesbian. Bank on it.
Unpunished stolen elections have serious consequences. But at least everyone’s investments are up under Brandon, right?!
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