• To Pack Or Not To Pack? Joe Biden Stays Mum …

    Surge Summary: On the question of “packing the court” should he win the presidency in November, Democratic candidate Joe Biden remains essentially non-committal, evading the question. His vice-presidential running mate Kamala Harris is on record favoring the idea. This makes the upcoming Senate elections more important than ever.

    by Gary Bauer

    Incredibly, Joe Biden refuses to give the American people a list of his Supreme Court nominees.  He also refuses to stand up to the left-wing flank of his party by clearly stating whether he supports packing the Supreme Court.  Biden said [Monday] that addressing those issues “will shift all the focus.”

    Well, guess what, Joe?  There’s an open seat on the Supreme Court.  This isn’t a trick question or some minor distraction. This is the huge issue right now.

    The Democrat chairman of the House Judiciary Committee wants to increase the size the Supreme Court by adding four or five more seats to the court and then filling every new position with far-left, pro-abortion, anti-religious liberty and anti-Second Amendment justices.

    By refusing to say whether he supports that, Biden is in fact answering the question.  He will support it.

    My friends, here’s what you need to understand about the left’s threats to pack the court.  This has nothing to do with Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death.  They were promising to pack the court before she died.

    Last year, the Washington Post identified 11 Democrat presidential candidates who favored packing the court with additional left-wing justices.  Kamala Harris was one of them.

    Remember the threats to impeach Justice Brett Kavanaugh?  Some radicals even want to impeach Justice Gorsuch because he’s occupying a “stolen seat.”

    They will try to do it if they can, which is why every single one of these Senate races is so critically important.

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    Originally posted here.

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    Gary Lee Bauer is an American politician and activist, who served in the Reagan administration. He later became president of the Family Research Council and a senior vice president of Focus on the Family. In 2000, he participated in the Republican presidential contest.

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