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December 14, 2022

Conservatives Concerned Biden Judges Will Swiftly Pass in Democrat-Led Senate in 2021

Conservative leaders fear that Senate Democrats will swiftly pass radical judges next year as Biden's party takes a 51-49 advantage.

The concern exists after Herschel Walker was defeated by Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock in Georgia's Senate runoff last week.

"Obviously judges and nominees will be a lot easier to put on the bench," Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) said.

"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," he added.

"Walker's defeat bookends the GOP's struggles this year to win with flawed candidates cast from Trump's mold, a blow to the former president as he builds his third White House bid ahead of 2024," the Associated Press said after Warnock's projected victory.

"Democrats' new outright majority in the Senate means the party will no longer have to negotiate a power-sharing deal with Republicans and won't have to rely on Vice President Kamala Harris to break as many tie votes," it added.

One major twist for Democrats has been Kyrsten Sinema's switch from Democrat to Independent last week. The Arizona senator has long served as an opposing voice to some of the left's radical legislation.

It is still too soon to know whether her change in party affiliation will lead her to oppose some of the Biden administration's picks for judges nominated before the Senate.

If so, the move would give her more power in her role, despite a high probability that she will face a Democratic challenger in her 2024 reelection efforts.

The future of judges in America is concerning under the left's new Senate power, but the outcome is far from certain in the days ahead.

Source: Fox News

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