Tucker Carlson: ‘Packing the Supreme Court is the one thing Joe Biden is certain to do if he’s elected’


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Fox News’ Tucker Carlson warned that Democrats are lying about their plans to pack the Supreme Court and their presidential nominee Joe Biden is sure to see it through if elected.

The host of “Tucker Carlson Tonight” raised the alarm on the Democrats’ plans to “completely change” the government during his monologue Friday and highlighted Biden’s refusal to directly answer the “court-packing” questions as an example of the lengths they will go to in keeping Americans in the dark.

“For a guy who’s been in politics all of his life, Joe Biden has never learned to lie very well,” Carlson began.

“You’d think he would have picked up some flair over the years, given the extensive practice he’s had. But no, Biden still tells whoppers like a child, like that insecure fat kid in your sixth-grade class who was always bragging about how his dad was a secret agent when he actually worked in insurance,” he added, playing an example of one of the former vice president’s anecdotes.

“You’re kind of embarrassed for the guy. It’s just so transparent and dumb. But Biden isn’t embarrassed. He assumes you believe him. Or maybe he’s so deep in his internal fantasy world, he doesn’t care what you think. Either way, he keeps going, tall tale after tall tale,” Carlson said.


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“What’s interesting, though, are those moments in which Joe Biden doesn’t lie, when instead he decides to tell the truth in the face of criticism. That’s such an easy thing to do for a man who’s desperate to be loved. So you’ve got to ask yourself, why is he doing it?” he asked. “It’s happening right now.”

Carlson pointed to how Biden has tried to sell himself as a moderate and a regular guy on many of the issues he has been asked about such as banning fracking or supporting the Green New Deal.

“He used to support those things. Now he claims he doesn’t support them. It’s an election year. He wants to win. He’ll say anything,” the Fox News host said.

“But again, what’s weird is that Biden isn’t trying to reassure you that he won’t pack the Supreme Court. Most Americans don’t want to destroy an entire branch of government. They know that’s a bad idea. But again, Biden is refusing to reassure them,” Carlson went on.

“What does that tell you? It tells you that packing the Supreme Court is the one thing Joe Biden is certain to do if he’s elected,” he said.

Biden again dodged the question about the composition of the U.S. Supreme Court and whether or not he is in favor of adding more justices to essentially obtain more favorable rulings. The simple question has not received a direct answer from Biden or his running mate, Sen. Kamala Harris and this week he gave an even more troubling response.

“You’ll know my opinion on court-packing when the election is over,” the Democrat nominee told reporters at a campaign stop in Arizona.

“Biden’s official, articulated, planned-out, scripted position is that voters are not entitled to know what he will do to their government if they elect him. Which, if you think about it, is itself a pretty clear answer to the question,” Carlson contended, playing a clip of then-Senator Biden during a hearing in 1983.

“Even then, Biden was inarticulate, but he did say very clearly that court-packing is a ‘terrible, terrible mistake.’ It would ruin the integrity of the judicial branch,” Carlson continued, noting how the consensus among Americans shows an opposition to the idea of court-packing.

He went on to recount the version of American history spouted by Harris in this week’s debate when pressed by Vice President Mike Pence on the issue.

“None of what she said was true,” Carlson argued, referring to the California Democrat’s response using the example of Abraham Lincoln.

“So Kamala Harris’ version isn’t real. It didn’t happen. It was her version of the Corn Pop story. It was colorful, but entirely made up,” Carlson concluded.

“What’s not a fantasy is the Democrats’ plans,” he said. “Hard to believe, but this is real. Their plan to completely change our American form of government is very close to happening, closer than a lot of Republicans want to admit. And you should be worried about it.”

Frieda Powers

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Originally from New York, Powers graduated from New York University and eventually made her way to sunny South Florida where she has been writing for the BizPacReview team since 2015.

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