Score a big one for Joe Biden

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Amid the flurry of pundits trying to be smarter than the Democratic Party’s leadership and the social media outcries of impending doom with the coming 2022 midterms, it’s easy to assume that all hope is lost and that Republicans will win no matter what.

Fortunately, a number of people are also rightfully angered and afraid that the state of democracy in the United States is particularly fragile and are doing what they can to be politically active in time for the 2022 midterm cycle. We’re already at the point when a number of primaries have been decided, and the official work of the campaigns has begun. One of the most important things at stake in 2022 is the US Senate.

Democrats not only have a chance to successfully protect the Senate but to expand the majority, with seats in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and North Carolina by getting behind those candidates – allowing for filibuster reform to finally take place in a meaningful way. There are other important reasons for doing this too that aren’t as well publicized or known – the appointment of federal judges who will shape our laws regardless of who is president for the next three or four decades to come. There’s still a few Reagan appointees left on the bench.

   

Fortunately, President Biden has set a record for the speed at which he’s appointing federal judges – with more total circuit and district court nominees than any other president since President Kennedy 60 years ago. With over 66 appointments, Biden has held true to his promise to appoint a diverse slate of nominees that look like America.

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