Biden Campaign Continues To Deflect On Court-Packing, said a Biden campaigner

Monday, 12 Oct, 2020

In reaction to her own struggles, she chose to fight for gender equality on all fronts and co-founded the Women's Rights Project at the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU).

Her critics say such arguments put Barrett outside the mainstream of legal scholarship. "The main barrier to that would be public opposition", said Judge Glock, senior policy adviser for The Cicero Institute, told NPR last month.

Adding another wrinkle to the process, at least two Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee have tested positive for COVID-19.

When moderator Susan Page of USA Today asked Pence whether he would want his home state of IN to ban all abortions if Roe v. Wade were overturned, the vice president pivoted to a lengthy discussion stemming from a previous question about the military defeat of ISIS. "And in fact Joe, if elected, will be only the second practicing Catholic as president of the United States". Many left-wing commentators are openly calling for packing the court in light of the nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to the Court.

Biden, 77, is a Catholic who personally opposes abortion.

Kamala Harris, plan to expand the number of justices on the U.S. Supreme Court in order to create a new liberal majority if they win the November 4 election. "Even though he has said it's not safe for the Senate to meet in session, but it's OK to have the hearings?" wonders Minority Leader Sen.

"Once again you gave a non-answer, Joe Biden gave a non-answer", Pence replied. He said in an interview that citizens "do not deserve" to know his stance on the subject.

The justices on Monday agreed with Republicans and blocked a court order that allowed SC voters to mail ballots without having a witness sign them. His latest approach is an attempt to stack the Supreme Court with justices who share his ideology, and he's doing it in what many might consider a very cruel way. His picks include one Hispanic and several Asian Americans. Though Republicans have not added any seats, Trump has already named two justices to the Supreme Court, Justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh.

While Barrett has suggested she is almost perfectly aligned with Scalia, Greene said she may be farther to Scalia's right and nearer to current conservative Clarence Thomas. "If you are under the age of 26 on your parents' coverage, they're coming for you". "And I'm going to keep fighting to hold Justice [Ruth Bader] Ginsburg's seat open until after the inauguration so the American people are given a voice in selecting our next justice". It was illustrated by the 12 feet between the seated debaters and the panels of protective plexiglass barriers installed next to them.

The task before Vice President Mike Pence and Sen. The interest in making this a story is intense, but instead, Biden and Harris are using each question as an opportunity to amplify the stakes of the election in their own favor.

In 2016, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell prevented former President Barack Obama from filling the vacant ninth seat in the Supreme Court after the death of Justice Antonin Scalia, NPR reported.

Harris, meanwhile, has been a supporter of Planned Parenthood, which called her "a defender of reproductive rights and health care". The administration is appealing and asking for speedy resolution in time for the population report the president must submit to Congress in January. "America, you deserve better".

'Well, you've been asked by the viewers who are probably Republicans, ' Biden responded.

'I think it's important that he make it clear to all the people that they should be socially distanced, they can be on the lawn, that's fine. I don't know much about the Proud Boys, nearly nothing. The 2020 platform was the first to call for a codification of abortion rights into law, in addition to calls for the repeal of the Hyde Amendment and Mexico City Policy, which limit US tax dollars from funding abortions.

A White House official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said Barrett didn't disclose the 2006 letter because it "does not fall within the scope" of the committee's guidelines.

After citing women dying in back-alley abortions in the days before Roe, Harris said, "On this issue, I'm kinda done". Dare we say Biden is a Swiftie?

With Graham at his side, President Trump has appointed a near record-shattering 218 Article III judges to the federal bench.