WATCH: Even Joe Biden thinks a president shouldn’t choose a Supreme Court nominee during an election year

Sometimes you come across a bombshell quote from a politician that seems too good to be true, and it is.

This is not one of those times. It comes on the heels of Chuck Schumer’s rank hypocrisy on the issue of the Supreme Court as well. Here we have Barack Obama’s very own Vice President, Slow Joe Biden, making an emphatic case for President George H. W. Bush to postpone any future nominations to the Supreme Court until after the 1992 general election.

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Senator Joe Biden in 1992: “President Bush should consider following the practice of the majority of his predecessors and not, and not, name a nominee until after the November election is completed.” Full video here:

Posted by C-SPAN on Monday, February 22, 2016

If this isn’t the spinach Mitch McConnell needs to knock out what little the nonexistent moral authority Barack Obluto and Democrats have on the issue of replacing Scalia, then nothing will do the job.

The Republican Senate must tell Democrats they can just pound sand until their solidarity fists fall off. Then they can tell them Obama will not get to pick Scalia’s replacement. PERIOD.

And they better stick to it too. They are the only ones standing in the way of success on this.

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