Having Issues with sock.bind statement with TLS

Having Issues with sock.bind statement with TLS

long story short I am trying to create a DNS resolver and TLS over TCP socket but I am getting an error

Here is the script:

class connection:

c = connections
connections = []

with socket.socket(socket.AF_INET, socket.SOCK_STREAM, 0) as sock:
sock.bind(('', 8443))
with context.wrap_socket(sock, server_side=True) as ssock:
  	conn, addr = ssock.accept()

with soccket.create_connection((hostname, 443)) as sock:
	with context.wrap_socket(sock, sever_hostname=hostname) as ssock:

c = httplib.HTTPSconnection("ccc.de")
c.request("GET", "/")
response = c.getresponse
print('response.status', 'responses.reason')
data = response.read()

Under sock.bind((‘’, 8443)) I am getting an error saying unindent does not match any outer indication level and I have no clue what I am doing wrong I tried a few different things but I just ended breaking the whole thing I am making