My responses in sequence:
1. As established in our Constitution, neither party controls the judiciary, and it is entirely removed from our legislative and executive processes: That should be obvious to you. There was nothing sloppy about my logic.
2. I have never suggested that Biden was responsible for the moderate global inflation that now affects most of the world. However the fact remains that inflation is significantly higher here, and the difference is clearly attributable to Biden's excessive, and unnecessarily) continued COVID social welfare payments, which pumped excessive liquidity into a still recovering (from COVID) economy. These payments also stalled the reopening of several sectors of the economy. Biden's truly stupid and still growing restrictions on our petroleum production are doing the rest. Consider how things would be for the US and our allies, had Biden not cancelled planned pipelines; restored NEPA impediments to the construction of needed infrastructure of all kinds (including planned LNG plants) restricted access to Federal lands for fracking ; cancelled new access leases; and started slow walking the renewal of existing ones, thus retaining the then, 6%, and still growing, surplus of our production over our consumption. We then would not need need expensive foreign imports; enjoyed significant export income, lower energy prices; significantly reduced inflation; and the ability to replace a large portion of the requirements of our European allies lost to Putin's war.
Look at the details & subcategories in the government CPI. Petroleum and energy cost increases lead all the others by a wide margin and are themselves the drivers for the increases in the second highest category, food products. Diesel fuel prices are up over 70% - a major factor in the cost of everything, and a contributor to current supply chain issues. These are the reasons why inflation here is higher than Europe's. Moreover none of these actions would have themselves increased petroleum consumption - only source of supply. Without Biden's slavish adherence to AGW zealots we would likely have continued much lower inflation than that which prevails in Europe.
3. Some environmentalists have indeed supported nuclear power, but the fact remain that most don't, and that is why we are letting our own nuclear base (formerly the producer of ~ 38% 0f our power) fade away in the breathtaking illusion that we can somehow, with wind & solar alone increase our electrical power production by the 45% required to meet the needs of the all electric transportation system (mandated in California, and a goal of Biden's) in the next 15 years. Now that is a real example of "sloppy thinking".
4. My problem with the Nordstream pipeline sabotage is not who has the ability to do it (a fairly large number of possibilities there as we both evidently agree) but who has a rational motivation for doing it. I agree motives aren't always either wise or rational, but that is what bewilders me.
5. If in the midst of a mass exodus of New Yorkers to Florida a couple of thousand bussed immigrants are causing a "crisis" in New York, then what must be the effect in Florida from similar transport of immigrants by the Federal government to Florida? More to the point, what is the crisis effect on the border cities in Texas and Arizona which are getting orders of magnitude grater numbers in much smaller cities. That too appears to be rather sloppy thinking on your part.
5. The policies of the late, unlamented (except by Putin) USSR weren't Communist either. Both it and Xi's evolving state were/are simply totalitarian & Bureaucratic Autocracies that enjoyed the illusions of freedom and equality (recall the old Samizdat motto "We pretend to work, and they pretend to pay us" (I hope that satisfies your evident need for sophistication).