CNN asked one question that Joe Biden’s campaign never expected

Joe Biden and his campaign greatly benefited from a protective cocoon the Fake News Media draped it in.

For months, the Fake News Media wouldn’t cover any negative stories about Joe Biden and relentlessly attacked Donald Trump with falsehoods.

But now, CNN asked one question that Joe Biden’s campaign never expected.

Joe Biden refuses to answer yes or no if he supports the Democrats’ plan to pack the Supreme Court with additional liberal justices.

At one campaign stop, Biden even said voters don’t deserve to know his position was on court packing.

Deputy Campaign Manager Kate Bedingfield appeared on fake news CNN with Jake Tapper for what she thought would be a friendly chat.

Bedingfield complained the question of court packing was a distraction by the Trump campaign.

That was too much of a lie for even fake news CNN’s Jake Tapper to stomach and he pointed out that it was Democrats during the 2018 elections who began floating the idea of court packing.

“It’s not the Trump people who invented this question, right?” Tapper pressed Bedingfield. “The idea of adding justices to the Supreme Court came from the progressive side of the Democratic Party. It’s a simple question. He has long been against adding justices to the court. Has he changed his mind or does he have the same position he’s had since 1983?”

Bedingfield tried to dodge once more, but Tapper continued to press her on the issue of court packing.

“This is a simple — it’s a simple question and it’s one frankly that Trump did not invent,” Tapper asked. “I thought odd when Vice President Biden said the other day in response to a reporter’s question that voters do not deserve an answer on this. Of course, voters deserve an answer on his position — on every issue.”

Joe Biden does not want to answer the question because he supports court packing and knows it is politically unpopular.

A recent poll found only one third of Americans support court packing schemes.

And Biden knows if he answers this question it will force voters to assess his candidacy instead of just having the election as a referendum on the President.

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