Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden has reversed his stance and is insisting that voters don’t need to know if he is for or against packing the Supreme Court.
Biden has been pressed about his stance on the issue even as other Democrats openly support the idea, including his own vice presidential nominee, Kamala Harris.
During an interview, Biden was asked, “I know you said yesterday you aren’t going to answer the question until after the election, but this is the number one thing that I’ve been asked about from viewers in the past couple of days.”
Biden responded to the question saying, “No, they [Voters] don’t. I’m not going to play his game. He’d love me to talk about — and I’ve already said something on packing the court, court-packing.”
Harris refused to answer if she supported packing the court during the vice presidential debate but she supported it when asked last year during the Democrat primaries.
Voters can assume that Joe Biden is in favor of packing the court but knows that admitting it will damage his campaign. Voters should know that a vote for Biden is a vote to damage the integrity of the Supreme court.
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