Georgetown University law professor Jonathan Turley said Monday that Joe Biden is no longer the “straight up” senator that he used to know.
“I had a lot of respect when he was in the Senate and I find this all rather strange because the Biden that many of us saw in the Senate was very popular because he would speak to you straight up, particularly when it came to constitutional matters,” Turley told Fox News’ “Hannity.”
“He had a Northstar that you could rely on. This is not the Joe Biden that many of us saw in the Senate.” (RELATED: Jonathan Turley Calls For Civility In Impeachment Hearing — Gets Threats Instead)
Turley told host Sean Hannity that he came “from a very strong Democratic and liberal family in Chicago” but now considers himself To be “an Independent.” He said he considers it “bizarre” that Biden is now refusing to answer or waffling on whether he wants to pack the Supreme Court of the United States. Biden has even declared that voters don’t deserve to know where he stands on the issue.
“The most unnerving thing about these plans is that this country is already divided,”