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Oct 11 2020

Biden: Voters Do Not Deserve to Know Whether He Will Pack Supreme Court

Biden has repeatedly refused to disavow the plan to pack the Supreme Court. In Las Vegas Friday, he declared that voters do not deserve to know whether our system of government would survive his election:

[A] KTNV reporter asked him again about whether he backs court packing…

“Well, sir don’t the voters deserve to know…?” reporter Ross DiMattei asked.

“No they don’t…. I’m not gonna play his game, he’d love me to talk about, and I’ve already said something on court packing, he’d love that to be the discussion instead of what he’s doing now,” Biden said, likely referring to President Trump.

What Trump is doing that Democrats object to is performing his constitutional duty by filling the vacancy on the Supreme Court.

Democrats are counting on voters not understanding what is at stake here.

Imagine if, following Pearl Harbor, we had said to the Japanese, “Go ahead, take Hawaii. Take control of the Pacific. All we ask is that you don’t invade the mainland. That way, we can continue to live under the American form of government.”

That would have been more sensible and patriotic than voting for Joe Biden, who has made it clear that abolishing our system of government is very much on the table if he takes power.

A court reduced to a political tool would make legislation obsolete. As with abortion and gay marriage, we would be directly ruled by the decrees of an unelected junta.

Implicit in the court-packing scheme is the assumption that the subverted court will find new “rights” in the Constitution that will guarantee the outcome of every future election.

The revolutionary leftists who program Biden’s teleprompter have to assume that everyone on the current court has enough integrity to resist becoming their rubber stamp. If Barrett is confirmed, Biden will have to appoint 10 new justices to ensure that the court issues the desired rulings by at least a 10-9 vote.

What happens if the Republicans win the next election? If they were to play by the same new rules, the next Republican president would appoint 20 new justices, to ensure victory on every ruling by a 20-19 vote.

But there would be no future Republican presidents. Packing the court would be pointless if it did not guarantee permanent power for Democrats.

FDR bullied the court by threatening to pack it, but never went through with it. His fellow Democrats were American enough not to back him. They knew it would mean crossing the Rubicon, officially replacing our system of government with an authoritarian regime.

Are Democrats American now in any meaningful sense? Their stand on court packing will answer that question.

On tips from Varla, Zachary B, and Anonymous.


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