You Won’t Believe Why Ruth Bader Gisnburg’s Replacement is Being Kept Secret

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The most explosive fights in politics involve Supreme Court nominations.

That is especially true in an election year.

And you won’t believe why Ruth Bader Gisnburg’s replacement is being kept secret.

As American Patriot Daily reports:

Joe Biden emerged from his basement to deliver a meandering speech in Wilmington, Delaware in front of a friendly crowd of supporting fake news supporters.

The so-called “reporters” chatted with Biden like old college friends reuniting at their 20th class reunion.

One of the fake news reporters asked if Biden would follow then-candidate Donald Trump’s lead in 2016 and release a shortlist of potential Supreme Court nominees.

Biden tried to dismiss the idea.

“One thing I hesitate to do is follow anything the President does at all because he usually does it all wrong,” Biden told the fake news media.

But then Biden let a tidbit slip that he planned to release a list of black female potential Supreme Court nominees before the election.

“We are putting together a list of a group of African American women who are qualified and have the experience to be on the court,” the former Vice President added. “I am not going to release that until we go further down the line in vetting them.”

This move could backfire on Democrats.

Biden is trying to increase enthusiasm with young minority voters to help Democrats win the Senate.

But in 2016, voters that listed the Supreme Court as their number one issue broke for Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton 56 percent to 41 percent.

Conservatives tend to vote on the court more than the Democrats because conservatives saw the left spending the ‘60s and ‘70s imposing a radical social agenda on the America that they never could have won with at the ballot box.

Biden releasing a list of insane radical leftist Supreme Court nominees could shift voters’ focus on to what they will get out of a Biden presidency as opposed to simply rendering judgment on President Trump.

Republican voters who may view President Trump skeptically or not approve of his tweets will weigh the style of President Trump against the substance of a potential Joe Biden administration.

That could push voters back in to the President’s column and tighten the polls.

Donald Trump needs this race to be a choice between two alternatives.

The President can win that contest.

But if the election remains focused on Donald Trump and voters view it as a referendum on the President, then the outcome is much more in doubt.

Biden offering up a Supreme Court shortlist could be one of the biggest mistakes he makes.