On Monday, Joe Biden finally broke his monthslong silence on court packing. Previously, he refused to take a stand — “whatever position I take in that, that’ll become the issue,” he said in the Sept. 29 debate, said voters didn’t “deserve to know” his position or would know it “when the election is over,”
His media cheerleaders like CNN’s Don Lemon said questions about court packing were just “hypothetical” — a tautology, since any question about what a candidate would do is hypothetical, since it depends on who wins the election.
But on Monday, Oct. 9, Biden changed his tune. In an… Read More in Real Clear Politics