Instead of a second debate where Joe Biden would have stumbled around until his battery died, both candidates opted to do town hall meetings. While President Trump talked on the issues and expressed concern about the path America is on, Biden opted to stare blankly into the lights and not answer a single question, especially when the subject of Court Packing came up.
In the video below, Biden is attending the town hall meeting with “This Week” host George Stephanopoulos as moderator. During the portion where the presidential hopeful was asked questions by audience members, Biden soon turned into a bumbling mess as he couldn’t answer the simplest of questions. This is what he had to say when asked about Court Packing.
“I have not been a fan of pack — court-packing, because I think it just generates what will happen every — whoever wins, it just keeps moving in a way that is inconsistent with what is going to be manageable”.
All right. It seems to start out well enough. Biden admits that he isn’t a fan of court-packing so maybe he will finally say he is against it and the Democrat’s push against President Trump. But in true Democrat fashion, Biden continues to slither his way between each question that was hurled at him.
Biden went on to say, “I would then say, it depends on how this turns out… how it’s handled. If there’s actually real live debate on the floor, if people are really going to be able to have a time to go through this — you know, I don’t know anybody who has gone on the floor and just — and that’s been a controversial justice, in terms of making — fundamentally altering the makeup of the court, that’s gone through in a day, kind of thing.”
Speaking on the Barrett hearings for the Supreme Court, Biden and the Democrats have warned the President that they would filibuster and even pack the court if her confirmation is finalized. While many Americans are against the idea of Court Packing, Biden couldn’t even give a straight answer if he would decide by election day. When Stephanopoulos asked, Biden simply responded, “Yes, depending on how they handle this.”
We are still unclear who “they” really are.