Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden said Friday that voters do not deserve to hear his position on expanding the Supreme Court before the head to the polls next month.
“No, they don’t,” Biden responded to a reporter when asked if voters have a right to learn his position on the hot-button issue.
While the former vice president has repeatedly refused to say whether he supports expanding the number of justices on the Supreme Court, his remarks Friday appear to be his most pointed rebuke of voters who care about the issue. (RELATED: Here Are 7 Times Biden And Harris Have Refused To Say Where They Stand On Court Packing)
“This is the number one thing that I’ve been asked about from viewers in the past couple of days,” KTLV anchor Ross DiMattei said to Biden of the court packing issue at a campaign stop in Las Vegas.
“Well, you’ve been asked by viewers who are probably Republicans who don’t want me to continue talking about what they’re doing to the court right now,” Biden shot back.
“Sir, don’t the voters deserve to know where you stand…,” the reporter began to ask.
“No, they don’t deserve,” Biden