That was also true in 2016. It got lost in the email and Benghazi circus. It will get lost again, or deflected into a rehash of the Kavanaugh appointment debacle, or denigrated as an attempt to "politicize" the Supreme Court. Problem is, almost no one wants to vote for Biden or ever will. The more people find out about his record, the more they listen to him talk, the less likely they are to vote for him. He has no leftwing credibility at all. Lots of people want to vote against Trump, but that is an unstable motive for any but the unusually well informed. It depends on an unceasing and rigorous and money-losing reporting of straight news about Trump and his campaign by a corporate media that just recently fell all over themselves to hire Fox castoffs and "NeverTrump" bullshit peddlers into pundit cadres that do not include a single leftist or established leftwing analyst. So vote suppression tactics are likely to be effective this November unless fought hard - obstacles to voting will not be overcome by enthusiasm. The Dems need to put a lot of work into creating grim determination among people who do not normally vote. Think John Kerry, older and more corrupt and less capable of coherent public speaking.