Biden EXPOSED In Secret SCOTUS Deal

As part of his 2020 presidential campaign, House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn reportedly promised Biden that he would nominate a black woman to the Supreme Court – a promise that has enraged Republicans who claim that a choice should not be based on racial or gender criteria.

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Despite that, Democrats are pushing for a black woman to serve on the Supreme Court after the news broke on Wednesday that liberal Justice Stephen Breyer would retire at the end of this year.

Despite performing poorly in the caucuses and New Hampshire primaries, Joe Biden would need a boost in South Carolina in early February of 2020 in order to win the Democratic Party nomination to run against Donald Trump.

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Democrat James Clyburn, who previously served as the chairman of the Congressional Black Caucus, offered his endorsement but with one caveat: So long as he named a black woman to the Supreme Court if he got the chance while in office, he had to publicly promise to do so.

During a break in the Democratic presidential debate, on February 25, 2020, Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes describe how Clyburn pow-wowed with Biden during a break in their book Lucky. Lawmakers were getting increasingly impatient as the presidential candidate failed to commit on the debate stage to nominate a black female justice for the Supreme Court after addressing the issue the night before.

J. Michelle Childs, a US District Court Judge in the State of South Carolina, appears to have the support of Rep. James Clyburn, who represents that state in the U.S. House of Representatives. Moreover, the nomination of Margaret Childs, 55, to the Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, where she is currently serving as a judge, appears to already be in Biden’s favor, as it was announced last month that the nomination is still pending.

On CNN Wednesday, Clyburn appeared confident that Childs would be able to win the Republican’s favor.

‘I know that Michelle Childs will have the support of several Republicans, including the two Republican senators from South Carolina,’ referring to Tim Scott and Lindsey Graham.

‘So Clyburn gets up from his seat in the debate hall in the audience, and he makes a beeline for the exit,’ Allen explained on the Yahoo News Skullduggery podcast last year.

The following is Allen’s explanation of Clyburn’s statement to Biden at the time: ‘He says, ‘Look, I told you that I wanted you to say that you were going to name a Black woman to the Supreme Court. You haven’t done it yet. You’ve had a bunch of opportunities. Don’t you dare leave this stage without doing it.’

On Wednesday, Clyburn stated in a CNN interview that he did speak with Biden about the fact that no black woman has ever served on the Supreme Court. He observed that this would strengthen his image among the black community – especially in South Carolina.

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Those words of advice helped propel Biden’s campaign and ultimately lead to his nomination as a presidential candidate.

He is scheduled to meet with 83-year-old Breyer on Thursday and will deliver a speech on the justice’s 27 years as a justice of the court.

At the moment, Biden is considering nominating 10 names for consideration on his short list of prospective nominees.

It has been reported that the Republican Party is not happy that Biden has chosen to narrow the scope of his potential nominees to only black women.

‘Imagine being the Supreme Court nominee for Biden where your qualification is your skin color and gender,’ former Donald Trump official Richard Grenell tweeted Thursday. ‘Black women should be furious that Biden doesn’t see them as actually qualified.’

He added in another post: ‘Asians, gays and Hispanics had no shot for a Supreme Court seat from Joe Biden.’

‘Biden has eliminated 94% of Americans for consideration for a Supreme Court pick in the event of a retirement. Now that’s leadership,’ former attorney, and former conservative radio host Neal Boortz sarcastically tweeted.

In a statement released by the libertarian Cato Institute, vice president Ilya Shapiro said, ‘Because Biden said he’s only consider black women for SCOTUS, his nominee will always have an asterisk attached. Fitting that the Court takes up affirmative action next term.’

As Joe Biden came into office, Breyer was thrown into a perennial discussion that happens with every management change at the White House; which is whether older justices should retire when a president of their own party takes the reins of power?

As a result of the nomination of three justices by Biden’s predecessor Donald Trump, the Supreme Court currently has a 6-3 majority leaning towards the right.

In spite of this, Breyer has repeatedly decried politics infiltrating the court and hasn’t heeded liberal demands to resign if a like-minded replacement was not to be appointed to his position.

‘If the public sees judges as politicians in robes, its confidence in the courts, and in the rule of law itself, can only diminish, diminishing the court’s power,’ he said in 2021.

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In an interview with AFP in 2016, Breyer — who is a Francophile and speaks fluent French — refused even to say what qualities an ideal candidate for the court would possess.

‘I can’t suggest who the president should appoint. It’s not my job,’ Breyer said.

‘Asking me a question about who should be appointed or how that process works is like asking for the recipe for chicken a la king from the point of view of the chicken,’ he quipped.