Democratic Presidential Nominee Joe Biden completely misrepresented the definition of court packing on Monday.
Instead of answering whether he has intentions to orchestrate the addition of more justices to the Supreme Court, Biden instead accused President Donald Trump of packing the court by carrying out his presidential duty to nominate Judge Amy Coney Barrett as a replacement for Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court.
“You made it clear you don’t want to talk about packing the court until Election Day. But what about for undecided voters who want to know your position on possibly expanding the court before they cast their ballot?” the reporter asked.
“Look- before they cast- what I want them to focus on is, I respectfully suggest, is what, packing, court packing is going on now,” Biden said.
Biden criticized the quick nomination and confirmation process carried out by Senate Republicans and attempted to spin his inability to provide an answer to the question back