Joe Biden is dangerously close to becoming president of the United States without being asked one difficult question.
Biden has been hiding in his bunker for months, and only emerges for softball interviews.
Now Biden gave one answer about the Supreme Court that should terrify all Americans.
The Democrats have shown repeatedly that they will do anything to gain power.
They were prepared to destroy the life of Justice Brett Kavanaugh to keep him off the Supreme Court.
There was some effort to slander nominee Amy Coney Barrett as a religious cultist, but the Democrats quickly realized it was a losing strategy.
The Democrats’ latest scheme to grab power involves packing the Supreme Court. Whenever Joe Biden is asked about the issue, he tries to deflect.
But now Biden flat-out said voters don’t have the right to know his position on court-packing until after the election.
Biden is asked if voters deserve to know if he will pack the Supreme Court.
Biden: No. pic.twitter.com/5xsujoDudS
— America Rising Squared (@ARSquared) October 10, 2020
As the journalist pointed out, his viewers are deeply concerned about the issue of court-packing, and Biden doesn’t believe they have the right to know. The issue even came up during the vice presidential debate.
The Democrats are so shameful, they’re reversing positions they’ve held for decades.
In 1983, Biden called the idea of packing the Supreme Court “bone-headed,” and in 2005, called it a “power grab.”
Biden refers to court packing a “power grab” in 2005: pic.twitter.com/AhQWp1a8F3
— Eddie Zipperer (@EddieZipperer) October 10, 2020
Even Franklin Roosevelt’s own party knew he’d gone too far with his court-packing scheme.
Sadly, the Democrat Party of today has no reservations about subverting the entire American system because they no longer believe in it.
The only principle for the left is power.
Even the departed Ruth Bader Ginsburg thought court-packing was a bad idea.
The fact that the Democrats are now comfortable with packing the Supreme Court shows why they’re so dangerous. They don’t believe the Supreme Court exists to interpret the Constitution; they believe the court should be a tool to reach their policy goals.
It’s unfortunate that following the letter of the law has become “partisan.”