Joe Biden thinks that he is able to get away with anything.
But he went too far this time.
Joe Biden received a devastating blow from one of his best friends.
The Democrats have good reason to think that the media will cover for them no matter what they do.
After all, the mainstream media helped them spread the false story that President Donald Trump colluded with the Russians for years.
And they’ve helped cover for Joe Biden when he was accused of sexual assault by a former Senate aide and didn’t cover the story for weeks.
Yet Joe Biden made one claim that went too far even for them.
Biden has been avoiding giving an answer about whether he’ll try to pack the courts if he’s elected and says that voters don’t deserve to know whether or not he would pack the courts.
On Saturday a reporter again tried to get a straight answer out of Biden.
“…court-packing before they cast their vote,” a reporter shouted at Biden. “Why wait until after the election?”
“The only court packing that’s going on right now is going on with the Republicans packing the court now. It’s not constitutional what they’re doing [inaudible] focus on what’s happening right now. [Coughs] The fact that is that the only packing going is this court [inaudible] by the Republicans after the vote has already begun. I’m gonna stay focused on it [so we] don’t take your eyes off the ball here.”
Biden campaign spokesperson Kate Bedingfield echoed Biden’s comments in an interview on CNN with Jake Tapper, saying that the way Republicans were acting was “not constitutional.”
“How is it not constitutional what they’re doing?” Tapper asked.
“His point is that the people have an opportunity to weigh in on this constitutional process through their vote,” Bedingfield claimed. “And we are now in the midst of the election. Millions of people have already cast their votes. And you see that the vast majority of people say that they want the person who wins the election on November 3 to nominate the justice to take this seat.”
“That’s a poll,” Tapper mocked. “That’s not the Constitution.”
“So, by trying to — by trying to — that is their — there’s the constitutional process of advise and consent,” she said. “The American people get to have their say by voting for president, by voting for senators. We are now 23 days from the election.”
“Right, but it’s not unconstitutional,” Tapper responded.
“Again, millions of — millions of votes, millions of votes, they’re being — voters are being denied their constitutional right to have a say in this process,” she claimed.
“They elected the Senate,” Tapper noted.
“The Republicans are trying to ram through — are trying to ram through a nominee, who, by the way, is going to change the makeup of the court,” she claimed. “And we see time and time again, poll after poll shows that most Americans vehemently disagree with this.”
“Again, Kate, that’s a poll,” Tapper replied. “That’s not what the word constitutional means. Constitutional doesn’t mean, I like it or I don’t like it. It means, it’s according to the U.S. Constitution. There’s nothing unconstitutional about what the U.S. Senate is doing.”
Even a CNN host can see that the Republicans are entirely within their constitutional rights to confirm a new Supreme Court justice; the Democrats are just mad that they’ve lost power.
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