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January 24, 2023
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Here’s a strong drink of medicine for any Republicans who didn’t bother to vote in 2022 to keep the Senate from slipping from a 50-50 tie to 51-49 Democrat because “it didn’t make any difference.” President Biden is now resubmitting his judicial nominees that were procedurally blocked by Republicans for being leftwing activists who are lenient on violent criminals. And now, it will be much easier for them to get onto the bench for life.

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/meet-bidens-nominated-judges-republican-called-extremists-radicals

Here are some quotes from Chuck Schumer that I hope will burn themselves into your memory before the 2024 elections:

"The practical effects of the 51-seat majority, it's big. It's significant. It gives us a bridge. We can breathe a sigh of relief…Obviously, judges and nominees will be a lot easier to put on the bench. We are so proud of our record with judges. It's one of the most significant things, maybe the most even of things we've done…It's been amazing how Republicans have been able to use the 50-50 Senate to procedurally hold up so many appointments. It's going to be a lot quicker, swifter and easier." 

Memo specifically to voters in Philadelphia who helped put Dem rubberstamp vote John Fetterman in the Senate and bring this about, even as you are suffering a historic violent crime wave thanks to your leftist D.A.:

Nobody else in America wants to hear any complaints from you about the violence by criminals that leftist officials keep setting free when you just enabled the confirmation of leftist judges who will keep doing that for the rest of their lives – which thanks to their court rulings are likely to be longer than yours.

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