Biden Has a SCOTUS Nomination, Plus Puppies and a Kitty
This week we’ll be watching Biden’s SCOTUS nomination and helping tell the story of the successful first year of Biden’s presidency
I hope those of you who lived through the Blizzard of ’22 are shoveled out. We got about two feet of snow here outside of Boston. Last week there were some metaphorical storms as Justice Breyer announced his retirement and President Biden vowed to appoint a Black woman justice to replace him.
This week’s focus
This week we will continue our focus on the extremely effective first year of the Biden administration. Though the press has painted this year as an abject failure, we know this is not true. We have a few new pieces of content that will help us tell the story, helped by Commander, the Bidens’ new puppy, and Willow, their new kitten.
We will also focus on Biden’s Supreme Court nomination. Though we do not yet know whom he willl nominate, the shortlist has three enormously qualified African American women on it. Our messaging should focus on
1. White men have comprised 95% of Supreme Court justices so far, and they must have been shown preference in order to get there.
2. We need to have representation from more of the population on the bench, so we can move forward to provide equal rights and #JusticeforAll.
3. SCOTUS has never benefited from the perspective of a Black woman, so the most qualified candidates are ALL Black women.
- Here are links to post the above content directly to Twitter: Jason Kander Tweet, #JusticeforAll, Commander, Willow, Katie Porter, Clean Water, BidenBoom. (Some of these links produce truncated tweets—this feature is a work in progress).
- You can also download the content above and post to Facebook, Instagram, or another platform of your choice. (Click on the image to enlarge, then right click/double finger click to “save image as”). Everything you see here is free and open source.
- Commit to stop refuting Republican messaging with their own words. It is time to flip the conversation to our own ground and to start talking about Democrats delivering or Republicans criming. Also, don’t like, retweet, or comment on Republican content online—screenshot if you must.
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