Removing books because you’re afraid of what they say, or more likely, who might read them and what they might learn or think, is anathema to liberty.
It turns out that the 2016 rule of leaving the selection of a Supreme Court justice in an election year to the next president has a corollary: it applies only if the Senate is controlled by the party opposed to the president.
Government is not a business. The purpose of a business is to make money. Governments have many purposes, such as to establish justice, provide for the common defense and promote the general welfare, to name a few. Generating profits and enriching shareholders are not the goals of government and are often not congruent with serving the people.