Federalist Publisher Ben Domenech warned Wednesday, following the Georgia Senate runoffs where the Democratic candidates declared victory, that President-elect Joe Biden also captured more flexibility to make even more radical appointments.
If the Democratic leads hold, barring state-mandated recounts, the Democratic pick-ups would tie up the Senate with Vice President Kamala Harris serving as the upper chamber tie-breaker.
“The most immediate thing you’re going to see though when it comes to a flipped Senate is a real freedom on the part of Joe Biden to name whoever he wants to a lot of critical positions,” Domenech said on Fox News. “Those nominations are things that could have been difficult fights, situations where he might not have gone with someone who could be more radical in a particular situation.”
Domenech pointed out that Biden, whose family is the subject of three federal investigations, still has not made a nomination for attorney general with just two weeks to go before the