When Asked If Voters Deserve to Know His Stance on Court Packing, Biden Answers “No They Don’t!”


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Joe, this looks bad.

REALLY bad.

Even for Joe30330, even for Joe2020/666, this looks really bad.

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I thought the whole point of an election is the candidates put forth their platforms and then Americans decide who they agree with the most and vote for that candidate.

Except Joe doesn't like that idea.

He's refusing to tell Americans what he thinks of "court packing"….the idea that if Republicans control a majority of the 9-member Supreme Court, then Democrats would try to "pack the court" by adding more members to it.  

A famously bad idea and many would say unconstitutional.  

So what do you do when your views are so far-left, so unpopular, that you know no one would vote for you if you actually said what you believe?

You just refuse to say.

Look at this stunning exchange where a reporter finally pressed Biden and it did not go well.

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Biden got his pointer finger out and got SUPER defensive and aggressive.

Watch:

Fox News had more details:

Democratic nominee Joe Biden on Friday said that voters don’t deserve to know if he would attempt to pack the Supreme Court if he wins in November and Amy Coney Barrett is confirmed to the high court.

Biden was asked in Las Vegas, Nevada, about his position on packing the court with extra justices -- something that has seen support from a number of Democrats, particularly since President Trump announced his intention to confirm Barrett to the seat left vacant by the death of the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

Biden, who had opposed court packing in the primary, refused to answer the question on Thursday, saying “you’ll know my position on court-packing the day after the election.”

On Friday, a KTNV reporter asked him again about whether he backs court packing and said:  "This is the number one thing that I've been asked about from viewers in the past couple of days.”

“Well you’ve been asked by the viewers who are probably Republicans who don't want me continuing to talk about what they’re doing to the court right now,” Biden responded

“Well, sir don’t the voters deserve to know…?” reporter Ross DiMattei asked.

“No they don’t.... I'm not gonna play his game, he’d love me to talk about, and I’ve already said something on court packing, he’d love that to be the discussion instead of what he’s doing now,” Biden said, likely referring to President Trump.

“He’s about to make a pick in the middle of an election, first time it’s ever been done, first time in history it’s ever been done,” he said.

The idea of “packing” the court with extra justices -- attempted unsuccessfully by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt in 1937 to force through parts of his New Deal that were ruled unconstitutional by the high court -- has been a fringe idea for years.

But it began to move into the mainstream after Republicans refused to hold hearings for Merrick Garland -- former President Barack Obama’s 2016 pick to replace Justice Antonin Scalia -- because it was an election year.


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