Biden Says That He Will Not Announce Position on Packing the Court Until After the Election

Biden Says That He Will Not Announce Position on Packing the Court Until After the Election

On Thursday, Joe Biden said that he would not tell voters his position on packing the Supreme Court, and that they would find out after the election.

Both Biden and Kamala Harris have refused to answer the question on their position and whether they would pack the court should they win the election. Biden dodged the question during his first debate with President Trump last week, and Harris did the same in her debate with Vice President Pence on Wednesday.

Today, Biden told reporters:

“You’ll know my opinion of court-packing when the election is over. Now look, I know—it’s a great question, and I don’t blame you all for asking. But you know the moment I answer that question, the headline in every one of your papers will be about that.”

Apparently, Biden doesn’t understand that a presidential candidate’s stance on an important issue should make a headline, by definition. That is precisely the point of news. 

But by refusing to answer, both Biden and Harris are showing that they think so low of their voters that they don’t have a right to know where they stand on court-packing.

Interestingly though, by consistently not answering, Biden is all but admitting that he would pack the court, which would essentially turn it into a Leftist super-legislature to make sure Americans have no recourse to combat whatever policy they want to force on the country. 

These Leftists are serious. This issue alone should cost Biden and Harris the election. And it is another reason that we must make sure President Trump is reelected handily.

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