Swing-state Democrats are distancing themselves from Biden’s electoral toxicity

President Joe Biden has become so toxic to voters that swing state Democrats don’t want to be seen with him in public. It’s yet another sign of just how badly the 2022 midterms are shaping up for the Democratic Party.
Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman, who is running to replace retiring GOP Sen. Pat Toomey, and Attorney General Josh Shapiro, the presumptive Democratic nominee for governor, will both skip Biden’s event in their state on Friday.

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The Enemy Is At the Gates

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Posted: Jan 28, 2022 2:40 PM

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We’re just barely a year into this national nightmare but it feels like ten. Joe Biden was always going to be a terrible president, but this feels like we’re spiraling through disaster after disaster. The fight we’re engaged in is the ultimate one that will determine if America survives. Democrats are trying to enact full-blown authoritarian socialism.

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Biden Has Committed an Impeachable Offense

The first year of the Biden presidency brought record levels of illegal immigration into the United States, with numbers topping two million. The influx isn’t an overwhelming situation that the federal government and, more specifically, President Joe Biden can’t control. Instead, the crisis at the southern border has been fully embraced and deliberately made worse. For months, Americans have watched millions of people pour into the country as a result of President Biden’s open border policies.

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Joe Biden’s Very Limited Wisdom

In his very limited wisdom, President * has promised to nominate a black woman to the United States Supreme Court, and the woke left is mad at you for noticing.
The thing is, most Americans don’t want to be stuck in one of the left’s many categories like race and gender. They want to be themselves, and they want to do the same general things: earn a living, be with their families, not get robbed, not be impoverished, and love their country.

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Yes, Biden’s pledge to choose a black female Supreme Court justice is discriminatory

President Joe Biden has reiterated his campaign pledge to exclude hundreds of qualified judges from consideration for a Supreme Court nomination because of their race and gender.
“The person I will nominate will be someone of extraordinary qualifications, character, experience, and integrity,” Biden told reporters this week. “And that person will be the first black woman ever nominated to the United States Supreme Court. It’s long overdue, in my opinion.

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How Republican racism and misogyny could be on full display as Biden nominates a Black woman for the Supreme Court

It remains to be seen who President Joe Biden will nominate for the U.S. Supreme Court seat presently held by the retiring Justice Stephen Breyer, but he has said that the nominee will be an African-American woman — and the top contender, according to many reports, is believed to be 51-year-old D.C. Court of Appeals Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson. Whoever the nominee is, journalist Kali Holloway warns in a scathing op-ed published by the Daily Beast on January 28, she can expect to be bombarded with both racism and misogyny by Republicans.

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How Republican racism and misogyny could be on full display as Biden nominates a Black woman for the Supreme Court

It remains to be seen who President Joe Biden will nominate for the U.S. Supreme Court seat presently held by the retiring Justice Stephen Breyer, but he has said that the nominee will be an African-American woman — and the top contender, according to many reports, is believed to be 51-year-old D.C. Court of Appeals Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson. Whoever the nominee is, journalist Kali Holloway warns in a scathing op-ed published by the Daily Beast on January 28, she can expect to be bombarded with both racism and misogyny by Republicans.

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Georgia’s voter suppression law is already having a ‘disproportionate impact’ on ‘Democratic-leaning constituencies’: report

With centrist Democratic Sen. Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona having reiterated her opposition to creating a filibuster exception for voting rights, the chances of a voting rights bill being passed in the U.S. Senate and making it to President Joe Biden’s desk for signature aren’t looking good. Republicans, meanwhile, continue to deny that the voter suppression bills they have been passing in state legislatures all over the U.S. are designed to make voting more difficult.

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‘In no way qualified’: Ben Carson torched on Twitter for criticizing Biden for considering a Black woman for SCOTUS nominee

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Dr. Ben Carson, who worked as the Housing Secretary under former President Donald Trump’s administration, is facing backlash for his recent attempt to accuse President Joe Biden of “identity politics” for considering a Black woman nominee for the U.S. Supreme Court. T
Appearing on “The Vince Coglianese Show” WMAL radio show, Carson was asked about the impending Supreme Court vacancy following Justice Stephen Breyer’s retirement announcement.

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‘In no way qualified’: Ben Carson torched on Twitter for criticizing Biden for considering a Black woman for SCOTUS nominee

Image via U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) / Wikimedia Commons

Dr. Ben Carson, who worked as the Housing Secretary under former President Donald Trump’s administration, is facing backlash for his recent attempt to accuse President Joe Biden of “identity politics” for considering a Black woman nominee for the U.S. Supreme Court. T
Appearing on “The Vince Coglianese Show” WMAL radio show, Carson was asked about the impending Supreme Court vacancy following Justice Stephen Breyer’s retirement announcement.

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