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By Reagan McCarthy | Townhall.com
Vice President Mike Pence and Senator Kamala Harris put their records side-by-side on Wednesday night in the sole vice presidential debate of the cycle. Sen. Harris spent much of the debate lying about her own record, and that of former Vice President Joe Biden, while pushing false narratives about the Trump administration’s policies.
Sen. Harris once again ducked a hot-button question about the Supreme Court. As the idea of “packing the court,” meaning expanding the size of the highest court in the land, gains traction within the Democrat party, the ticket of Joe Biden and Sen. Harris refuses to take a stance on the fringe issue.
Vice President Pence challenged Sen. Harris to endorse or condemn the idea of packing the court, and she deflected:
“If you haven’t figured it out yet, the straight answer is they are going to pack the Supreme Court…”
Sen. Harris previously told the New York Times that she was “absolutely open to” the idea of expanding the court. Her refusal to address the issue now, as the Democrats’ vice presidential nominee, is telling.
Kamala Harris told The New York Times that she was “absolutely open to” packing the Supreme Court.
Why won’t she be honest now?
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) said that “nothing is off the table” if Democrats take the majority in the Senate, so the question about court packing is reasonable.
Uh Oh, Joe: Even PA Voters Know You’re Full of Crap When It Comes to Fracking
By Matt Vespa
Source: AP Photo/Andrew Harnik
Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are two unlikable candidates on the 2020 Democratic ticket, who have refused to answer whether they’ll pack the Supreme Court and have been caught lying regarding fracking. Energy issues are key in a state like Pennsylvania, which Biden has to retake this November if he has a shot of winning the presidency. With an anti-fracking stance, he may find conquering the Keystone State to be all but impossible. Natural gas has been great to Pennsylvania and the local economy. Both candidates have declared they will ban it. We have the receipts. We have the videos. On Biden’s campaign website, it says he supports the Green New Deal, which kills fracking. It also bans the internal combustion engine, but that’s for another time.
The point is that Pennsylvania voters know where both of you stand, guys. You’re not going to lie your way through this, and even if you didn’t want to ban it—you’re stuck. You’d owe too big a debt to the environmental left to do nothing on this. You’d have to subject scores of American families to economic destitution.
MSNBC went to Beaver, PA and found that voters here know exactly where these two clowns stand on energy and what will happen should they get elected.
And as of now, there’s not enough time to turn that ship around. There’s too many statements and videos showing them dead set on killing this industry.
Author: Frances Rice