Connor Semelsberger on It’s Time for Senate Republicans to Stop Rubber Stamping Biden’s Radical Agenda

President Joe Biden participates in a conference phone call with governors affected by a snowstorm in the Midwest and southwest Feb. 16, 2021, in the Oval Office of the White House. | White House/Lawrence Jackson

As the old adage goes, personnel is policy. Nearing his 100th day in office, President Biden has made it abundantly clear that he plans to implement a radically liberal social agenda in America, demonstrated by who he’s nominated to run the federal government.

Biden has already filled his entire cabinet faster than both Presidents Trump and Obama did before him. He accomplished this despite his nominees being, arguably, the most pro-abortion in history, and working with a 50-50 Senate in which Democrats had little to no room for error. While some Republicans stood up admirably to Biden’s extreme, unqualified nominees, too many of them failed to raise legitimate opposition. Indeed, many voted to confirm these nominees, providing Biden’s nominees with more bipartisan support than President Trump’s received.

Now, as Biden turns his attention to filling out deputy secretary and other assistant roles, the nominees he’s put forward are even more radical than the secretaries they will work for – a far cry from the unifying positions Biden promised while campaigning.

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SOURCE: Christian Post, Connor Semelsberger