Justice Breyer to Retire, Biden Vows to Nominate A Black Woman to Supreme Court

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President Joe Biden that he will nominate the first black woman to serve on the Supreme Court to replace retiring Justice Stephen Breyer, a liberal. Critics say Biden’s candidate will be nominated not on merit, but based on race and sex and suggest that the move could re-energize Black voters before the mid-terms, as many have grown disillusioned with the president.

President Joe Biden said Thursday that he will nominate the first black woman to serve on the Supreme Court as retiring Justice Stephen Breyer’s replacement.

The president, flanked by Breyer, told the nation in televised remarks that he would make his pick by the end of February and that the nominee will be “worthy of Justice Breyer’s legacy and excellence and decency.”

“I’ve made no decision except one. The person I will nominate will be someone with extraordinary qualifications, character, experience, and integrity, and that person will be the first black woman ever nominated to the United States Supreme Court,” he said. “It’s long overdue in my mind. I made that commitment during my campaign for president. I will keep it. I will fully do what I said.”

The president added that he would specifically lean on Vice President Kamala Harris throughout the selection process because “she was an exceptional lawyer, the attorney general of the state of California, and a former member of the Senate Judiciary Committee.”

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5 months ago

Male or female does not matter. What matters is does the person who wants to be/is judge keep the Oath and duties of the position?

They are required in writing within the US Constitution to keep the supreme law of this land (US Constitution), and when they do that they are then using the required “good behavior”. When they do not do that they no longer meet the requirements of the position, nor the Oath of office (10 years, $10,000 for breaking if found guilty) and cannot lawfully be in that position.

Ragnar D.
Ragnar D.
5 months ago

I actually used to worry about who the Supreme Court nominees would be. But we saw Trump put at least two STATISTS into the court during his reign, and Trump was supposed to be this big disruptor for the establishment. So when the Biden clown show says it needs a black woman for the vacancy, this will prove that the Democratic Party truly loves black people. Just don’t pay attention to the central bankers systematically financially raping the blacks and every other group of us.