Hillary Clinton's views on Joe Biden Re-Examining the Supreme Court

October 29, 2020 / 1K views

Here's what Hillary Clinton is saying about Joe Biden and re-examining the Supreme Court. Back in September AP posted a story about progressives who pledged to keep pushing Joe Biden to expand the court. Of course, Biden would have to win the election to get power to do that, otherwise he's just stomping for it.

Part of the article on AP stated:

There’s little indication that large swaths of progressives will abandon Biden or back third-party candidates, moves that wounded Democrat Hillary Clinton’s 2016 bid. But activists insist they will keep pressure on Biden to pursue dramatic reforms to the Supreme Court if Republicans move forward with a plan to quickly approve President Donald Trump’s pick to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

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“The majority of Berniecrats will most likely vote for Vice President Joe Biden,” said Nina Turner, a former Ohio state senator and top adviser to progressive Sen. Bernie Sanders’ 2016 and 2020 presidential campaigns. “That doesn’t mean that they are not going to raise hell all the way.”

“Biden should make it clear that he will fight back by expanding the court if he wins,” said Turner, who is founding a firm to advance progressive causes, Amare Public Affairs.

The Constitution doesn’t mandate the number of Supreme Court justices, which has changed over time. In 1937, President Franklin D. Roosevelt promoted legislation to “pack the court” by expanding its number of justices, an effort that stalled once the justices began to rule in his favor on policies tied to the New Deal.

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