Greenfield Must Be Upfront with Iowans on the Schumer-AOC Court Packing Scheme
Greenfield doesn’t want voters to know she would vote in lockstep with the radical Left
DES MOINES, Iowa -- After President Trump announced he would fulfill his constitutional obligation to nominate the next Supreme Court Justice, unhinged Democrats made it clear they are willing to do everything in their power to put a stop to it -- even CNN’s Don Lemon said they will have to “blow up the entire system.”
Theresa Greenfield’s de facto campaign manager Chuck Schumer went so far as to say “nothing is off the table,” like packing the Supreme Court if a justice is confirmed. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio Cortez echoed Schumer, saying “we should leave all options on the table, including the number of justices that are on the Supreme Court." Massachusetts liberal Sen. Ed Markey said “we must abolish the filibuster and expand the Supreme Court.”
Kamala Harris of the Harris-Biden ticket has said she is “absolutely open to it.” Jerry Nadler, who spearheaded the Democrats’ sham impeachment proceedings on the House Judiciary Committee, went even further to say that the “incoming Senate should immediately move to expand the Supreme Court."
Yet Justice Ginsburg herself has said that court packing would be a “bad idea.”
“There is one simple reason Theresa Greenfield hasn’t been upfront with Iowans on Schumer and AOC’s court packing scheme: Greenfield doesn’t want voters to know she would vote in lockstep with the radical Left if elected to the Senate,” said Aaron Britt, Communications Director for the Republican Party of Iowa. “Whether it’s packing the Supreme Court, abolishing the Electoral College, or any one of the extreme proposals that are ‘on the table,’ Greenfield would prioritize the out-of-touch agenda of her party bosses, not Iowans. Theresa Greenfield can’t be trusted.”