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Biden’s discriminatory Supreme Court search

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton’s Op-Ed from The Washington Examiner:

Filling a Supreme Court vacancy is one of the most sacred duties that the Constitution bestows upon the president. Unfortunately, President Joe Biden has decided to adopt a critical race theory approach to fill the vacancy created by Justice Stephen Breyer’s retirement.

Instead of evaluating candidates based solely on merit, the president is leading a discriminatory selection process in which anyone who doesn’t check certain racial and gender boxes need not apply.

Biden first promised to consider only black and female candidates during a 2020 primary debate because he was desperate for Rep. James Clyburn’s support. Biden’s craven gimmick may have paid off in terms of winning Clyburn’s endorsement, but in doing so, Biden stained himself with the noxious tenets of identity politics.

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