Joe Biden continues to kick the can on court-packing

With less than three weeks until one of the most significant elections in recent history, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden continues to dodge the simple question of whether he would or would not support packing the U.S. Supreme Court should he win the presidency. On October 15, during an ABC News town hall event, Biden was asked repeatedly if he is for or against court-packing.  As usual, Biden hemmed and hawed. When asked the question on the mind of many voters, Biden responded with his go-to non-answer: "If I had answered the question directly then all the focus would be on what's Biden going to do if he wins instead of is it appropriate what's going on now." By "what's going on now," Biden was referring to the Senate hearings and the upcoming confirmation vote of Amy Coney Barrett, who is all but assured to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the nation's highest court. But, somewhat surprisingly, the town hall...(Read Full Post)
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