Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden took a position against court packing–in 2005.
During a Senate speech, Biden described Franklin D. Roosevelt’s attempts to pack the court in 1937 in a negative light.
“It took an act of courage on the part of his own party institutionally to stand up against this power grab,” Biden said of the efforts to increase the number of justices to 15, which were stopped by Congress.
Now, however, Biden won’t answer the question about whether he supports court packing. He even said voters don’t “deserve” to know his position until after the election.
Do we really need another politically expedient president in the White House? Please, voters, say it ain’t so.
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