EXCLUSIVE: JOE BIDEN'S COMPLETE LIST OF 86 SUPREME COURT NOMINEES
EXCLUSIVE TO PUBLIC ADVOCATE.
WHO WILL BIDEN APPOINT TO THE SUPREME COURT?
Eugene Delgaudio, president of Public Advocate, in a message to his supporters nationwide said:
"Contrary to what Joe Biden says in the national debate and daily, there is a Joe Biden
list of 86 potential judges he could pick from and he will absolutely use this list to pack the Supreme Court if he becomes President.
Biden and his planned Democratic Controlled Senate will add a minimum of six more seats to the 9 member Supreme Court and pick from an extremist fringe group of 86 names.
LIST OF 86 NAMES JOE BIDEN WILL PACK THE SUPREME COURT WITH
DEMOCRATIC MEMBERS OF CONGRESS MENTIONED FOR SUPREME COURT
Sens. Cory Booker, D-N.J., and
Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn.
(Booker and Kloburchar are on Biden's official list)
Senator Chuck Schumer, Jewish Liberal, a must appointee.
Senator Tim Kaine, Hillary's former running mate
Senator Tammy Baldwin, Radical Lesbian
Senator Elizabeth Warren, Extremist Leftist
Congressman Joseph Kennedy, III, Massachusetts
Congressman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, New York
Congressman Erick Swalwell, California, Judiciary Committee
Congressman Adam Schiff, California
Congressman Ted Lieu, California, Judiciary Committee
There are more radical leftists being promoted by top pro-Biden leftist groups, according to National Review September 20 2020 and they are the Biden List to pack the court.
Stacey Abrams - Former gubernatorial candidate and Fair Fight president (NBC News story, Biden statement about appointing a Black female)
Brigitte Amiri - ACLU lawyer (referred by Demand Justice)
Xavier Becerra - Democratic Attorney General of California, former House member (specifically referred by Demand Justice)
James Forman, Jr. - Yale Law School professor (specifically referred by Demand Justice)
Rochelle Garza - ACLU of Texas staff attorney (specifically referred by People's Parity Project)
Deepak Gupta - Appellate lawyer
Sherrilyn Ifill - NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund president
Pam Karlan - Stanford Law School professor, former Deputy Assistant Attorney General for Voting Rights
Leah Litman - University of Michigan Law School professor
Melissa Murray - NYU School of Law professor (specifically referred by Demand Justice)
Judge Cornelia "Nina" Pillard - D.C. Circuit Judge (specifically referred by Demand Justice)
Zephyr Teachout - Fordham Law School professor (specifically referred by Demand Justice)
Fox News Reports, on September 19 2020
Based on reporting prior to Ginsburg's death Friday, here are some of the top contenders for the nation's highest court if Biden becomes president.
Biden has pledged to appoint a Black woman to the court if elected. Only five Black women are judges on federal appeals courts around the country, and each is 68 or older this year, according to a Federal Judicial Center database.
This list was compiled from a number of sources, including officials with close ties to the Biden campaign.
Judge Sri Srinivasan, D.C. Circuit, U.S. Court of Appeals, Washington
Born in 1967 in India, he was named to the appeals court in 2013 (97-0 vote) and is now chief judge. He was a finalist for the Supreme Court seat that Merrick Garland was nominated for by President Obama in 2016.
Justice Leondra Kruger, California Supreme Court
Born in 1976, the former deputy assistant attorney general in the Obama Justice Department
Judge Paul Watford, 9th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals, chambers in Pasadena, Calif.
Born in 1967, Watford's age and race (African-American) have made him a favorite among some liberal court watchers. Named to the appeals court in 2012, he was a finalist for the nomination that went to Garland.
Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, U.S. District Court, Washington.
Born in 1970. Jackson was appointed to the bench in 2013. She served on the U.S. Sentencing Commission and was a law clerk for Justice Stephen Breyer. (also on Demand Justice List)
Judge Patricia Millett, D.C. Circuit, U.S. Court of Appeals, Washington
President Obama called her "one of the nation's finest"
Judge Jacqueline Hong-Ngoc Nguyen, 9th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals, chambers in Pasadena She is already the first Asian-American woman to sit on a federal appeals court.
Judge Mary Murguia, 9th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals, chambers in Phoenix
Obama appointed judge, daughter of Mexican immigrants.
Judge Jane Kelly, 8th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals, chambers in Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Judge Robert Wilkins, D.C. Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals, Washington
Justice Mariano-Florentino Cuï¿½llar, California Supreme Court
Letitia James, New York attorney general
James has been very active filing lawsuits against the Trump administration -- more than 20 in 2019 alone- with the latest being a suit against the NRA.
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms is a leftist pro-homosexual freak who fired Atlanta fire chief Kevin Cochran for writing a Christian book in his free time in 2015 which resulted in a $1.2 million settlement payment to Cochran.
Newsweek and major media adore this Biden Court nominees: (PUBLISHED SEPT. 22 2020)
New York University Law professor Kenji Yoshino, 51, fits two categories -Asian and openly gay. Yoshino is a Yale Law graduate and prolific author whose writings have heavily influenced the legal arguments regarding LGBTQ rights.
Other pro-homosexual lobby possibilities include Todd Hughes, 53, a federal appellate judge and Duke Law graduate;
Cornell Law graduate Allison Nathan, 48, and
Yale Law graduate Paul Oetken, 54, both federal judges in the Southern District of New York;
Published September 16 2020 by 19th News:
Blacks and Homosexual Radicals on the Biden List, according to the Homosexual lobby: include Black women newly added to Demand Justice's Supreme Court shortlist are
North Carolina Supreme Court Justice Cheri Beasley;
Rutgers University law professor Elise Boddie;
Kristen Clarke with the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law;
Fatima Goss Graves with the National Women's Law Center;
Oregon Supreme Court Associate Justice Adrienne Nelson;
NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund Associate Director-Counsel Janai Nelson;
L. Song Richardson, a law professor at the University of California, Irvine;
Innocence Project Executive Director Christina Swarns;
G. Helen Whitener, an associate justice on Washington's Supreme Court;
U.S. District Court for the District of Minnesota Judge Wilhelmina Wright.
Numbers 53 = 82
There are 33 more from the Demand Justice Short List for seats on the Supreme Court. There is a whole lot of packing, of the Supreme Court, going on here.
The Demand Justice has more names TO TOTAL 43 on the Biden Supreme Court SHORT LIST for packing that are not just black women but male, homosexual, or women who serve the ACLU, GAY LOBBIES, state judges, elected representatives who have promoted the homosexual cause.
OBAMA APPOINTED BLACK WOMEN FEDERAL JUDGES, wmsm 1420 reports:
Leslie Joyce Abrams: Born in 1974, Yale Law School, nominated by President Obama to the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Georgia.
Denise Jefferson Casper: Born in 1968, Harvard Law School, nominated by President Obama to the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts.
Andrea Robin Wood: Born 1973, Yale Law School, nominated by President Obama to the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois.
Wilhelmina Marie Wright: Born 1964, Harvard Law School, nominated by President Obama to the U.S. District Court for the District of Minnesota.
Eugene Delgaudio, President of Public Advocate
Black Women's and Homosexual Group She Shall rise/ Demand Justice