Joe Biden refused to answer a question about the Supreme Court packing in the first presidential debate because the former vice president is “afraid of alienating his left flank” and losing the election, Senator Tom Cotton, R-Ark said. Fox & Friends “Wednesday.
When Fox News’ Chris Wallace, the Tuesday night debate host, urged the Democratic presidential candidate whether he was ready to grab the Supreme Court and end the Senate filibuster, Biden flatly refused to comment on the matter.
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“Joe Biden obviously doesn̵
The senator who compiled President Trump’s list of nominations for the Supreme Court claimed a full court would mean losing religious freedom and second amendment rights, using taxpayers money for on-demand abortion up to the ninth month of pregnancy, and one to take over home to give to a huge company to use as a parking lot, as a few examples.
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“That’s what Joe Biden is avoiding,” Cotton explained.
“It wouldn’t be a problem if he said, ‘No, I don’t want to pack the dish.’ It would solve the problem. The reason he doesn’t want to solve the problem by simply saying, “No, I don’t want to grab the court” is because the Democrats have become so radical that they are ready to unprecedented To take steps to fundamentally restructure the nature of our government and achieve its far left agenda. “
Trump, who nominated Judge Amy Coney Barrett at the weekend to fill the vacancy from the late Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg, nudged Biden when he refused to reply, “Who’s on your list, Joe?”
Biden’s runner-up, Senator Kamala Harris, D-Calif., Dodged the question in a recent interview, saying her campaign is focused on the days leading up to the November 3rd election.
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“It doesn’t make sense what they say,” said Cotton. “They claim that if you answer that question, it will be the central theme of the campaign for the next five weeks. Not if you say no.
“The reason they don’t want to answer is clearly in their hearts and they know the answer on their left is yes. They want to get the court because they want to fundamentally reorganize the nature of the American government and that it is extremely unpopular and would likely cost them the choice, “added Cotton. “The American people should take this into account when it comes to voting.”