As many as 77 federal judges announce they are leaving allowing Biden to appoint their replacements with moderate or progressive judges in place.
However, this opportunity for Biden to change the conservative bias in the federal judiciary comes nowhere close to what Trump did.
"According to data, Trump has been one of the most prolific presidents in the modern era when it comes to judicial confirmations, filling the federal benches with young, conservative judges at a rapid clip.
In four years, Trump successfully appointed 226 judges to the federal bench, including three Supreme Court justices, 54 appeals court judges and 174 district court judges, according to the Pew Research Center." Read more... [thehill.com]
Yes. President tRump and especially McConnell have been diligently (relentlessly?) working to push the Federal judiciary to the right. But fortunately President tRump was a one term President (March 4 QAnon not withstanding) and they were limited by time in the damage they could do.
President Obama appointed 320 justices (given 8 years) and even one term President Carter appointed 261.