Joe Manchin ENDS Biden’s Supreme Court dreams | and more…

If Joe Biden thought that he had carte blanche to pick any leftist extremist he wants for the Supreme Court, he needs to think again.

Breitbart reports:

Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) on Wednesday said he will not rubber-stamp President Joe Biden’s Supreme Court nominee to replace Justice Stephen Breyer.

“I take my Constitutional responsibility to advise and consent on a nominee to the Supreme Court very seriously,” Manchin said. “I look forward to meeting with and evaluating the qualifications of President Biden’s nominee to fill this Supreme Court vacancy.”

Manchin has already crushed Biden’s dreams of a 3 trillion dollar infastructure bill, and ending the filibuster. Now, he’s coming back for more. Now, we only have to make sure that RINO’s like Murkowski, Romney and Collins don’t screw things up.

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