DES MOINES, Iowa -- Yesterday in yet another major flip-flop, Theresa Greenfield aligned herself with Joe Biden by saying she hasn’t “formed an opinion” on court packing. But in May during a primary debate, Greenfield explicitly said, “I don’t believe we need to expand the Supreme Court.”

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Although Greenfield went on to claim that court packing is “not something Iowans are talking about,” it’s clear this shift was incited by the far-left wing of her party calling for Democrats to pack the Supreme Court if President Trump’s nominee is confirmed. The leader of the Socialist Squad, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, said “we should leave all options on the table, including the number of justices that are on the Supreme Court.” 

This echoed Greenfield’s de facto campaign manager, Chuck Schumer, who has said “nothing is off the table.” 

“It’s no coincidence that Greenfield has changed her position on court packing to align with the Harris-Biden ticket,” said Aaron Britt, Communications Director for the Republican Party of Iowa. “The far-left wing of the Democratic Party, which has been bankrolling Greenfield and pulling the strings of her campaign since day one, have complete and total control over Theresa Greenfield. Simply put, it would be dangerous for Iowa if she were elected to the U.S. Senate. Greenfield would be a reliable vote for them, not us.”


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