Joe Biden refused to answer a question packed the Supreme Court in the first presidential debate because the former vice-president is “afraid of alienating his far-flung people” and lost the election, R. Tom-Arch , R-Arc, reported. “Fox and Friends” Wednesday.
When Fox News’ Chris Wallace, Tuesday night’s debate moderator, pressured the Democratic presidential candidate whether he would be ready to pack the Supreme Court and end Senate filming, Biden refused to take a stand on the issue done.
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“Joe Biden obviously does not want to answer the question of whether he will pack the court because his far-right people want to pack the court,” Cotton said.
The senator, who lists President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, claimed that the packed court would mean using tax dollars for abortion-on-demand until the ninth month of pregnancy, denial of religious freedom and Second Amendment rights. As some examples, the house to give to a huge corporation to use as parking.
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“That’s what Biden is dodging,” Cotton explained.
“It wouldn’t have become an issue if he had said, ‘No, I don’t want to pack the court.” This issue will be put to rest. The reason is that he does not want to put the issue to rest simply to say, ‘No, I do not want to pack the court,’ because the Democrats have become so radical that they want the nature of our government to be on their far-left agenda. Is willing to take unprecedented steps to fundamentally reorganize. ”
When Trump nominated Judge Amy Connie Barrett on the weekend to fill the vacancy left by the late Justice Ruth Beder Zinsberg, Biden refused to answer: “Who’s on your list, Joe?”
Biden’s running mate, Sen. Kamala Harris, D-California, also dodged the question in a recent interview, saying her campaign focused on the days leading up to the November 3 election.
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“It doesn’t make any sense what they’re saying,” Cotton said. “They claim that if they answer that question, it will be the central issue of the campaign for the next five weeks. Not if they say no.
“The reason they don’t want to answer it is clearly in their hearts and they know that the answer on their left wing is yes. They want to pack the court because they want to fund the nature of the US government. Want to reorganize. Cotton said it would be very unpopular and would probably cost him the election. “The American people should keep in mind when they go to vote.”