Biden is always so great at keeping the public informed on his plans for America.
He’s always keeping voters on the up and up with his constant interviews and complete transparency.
And here we have another great example of Biden keeping it 100% with Americans.
When he was asked about packing the U.S. Supreme Court, Biden stated:
“You know, that’s exactly what they want me to talk about so we don’t talk about how they’re violating the Constitution now,” Biden said. “I’m not going to play Trump’s game. Right now, my entire focus is seeing to it that the American people get a chance – the election has already started – to have their say on who the next Supreme Court justice is. And that’s what I’m focused on.”
Wow. I mean how can you not vote for this extraordinarily honest and forthcoming man?
Watch the video:
Reporter: Voters want to know what you would do as president
“That’s exactly what they want me to talk about so we don’t”
This is so insulting to voters and our intelligencepic.twitter.com/yUWRC1EvtX
— Elizabeth Harrington (@LizRNC) October 1, 2020
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But honestly, that’s gotta be some of the worst deflecting put forth by a presidential candidate in a long time.
When later asked on how exactly Trump’s nomination of Amy Coney Barrett violates the Constitution, Biden gave this whopper of an answer:
From Fox News
“The Constitution says that the American people – I taught constitutional law for over 20 years – says the American people get an opportunity to choose who they want on the Supreme Court by who they pick as their senator and their president,” said Biden, who began teaching classes at Widener University Delaware Law School in 1991.
The Constitution, which discusses the Supreme Court in Article III, says nothing about the people getting to choose who sits on it. Originally, it did not even say that the public could choose their senators – state legislatures selected them until the 17th Amendment put that power in the hands of the people in 1913.
During Tuesday’s presidential debate, Trump noted that he is still the president and that his term lasts four years, not three, so the power to nominate justices still belongs to him.
Fox News’ Chris Wallace pressed the Democratic presidential candidate on whether he would be willing to pack the Supreme Court and end the Senate filibuster, and Biden flatly refused to take a stance on the issue.
“Whatever position I take on that, that’ll become the issue,” Biden said. When President Trump pressed him on it, Biden acknowledged that he had no intention of giving a straight answer.
Is he just making up facts as he goes now?
Obviously Biden has sided with the radical left and would likely support stacking the Supreme Court, an idea that surely to be wildly unpopular with most Americans.
Hence why he dodging and swerving to avoid answering this question at all.
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