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Joe Biden’s path to thepresidency may not be the cakewalk the fake news media claims.

Democrats are not liking what they are seeing as the election heads into the home stretch.

Joe Biden swore under his breath when he got his hands on this new polling data.

Even before Senate Republicans vowed to confirm Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court before the election, Democrats such as former presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg floated the idea of packing the Supreme Court with up to six left-wing justices.

After President Trump nominated Judge Barrett,Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and others vowed to use court-packing as revenge if they win total power this November.

Joe Biden’s refused to answer questions about if he supports court-packing, claiming that his answer would then become the story.

Biden believes the American people should elect him as President without Biden explaining what he would do in office because Biden knows his radical agenda would cost him votes.

“You know, that’s exactly what they want me to talk about so we don’t talk about how they’re violating the Constitution now,” Biden declared during the first presidential debate. “I’m not going to play Trump’s game. Right now, my entire focus is seeing to it that the American people get a chance – the election has already started – to have their say on who the next Supreme Court justice is. And that’s what I’m focused on.”

There is a reason Biden doesn’t want to answer this question.

A Washington Examiner/YouGov poll found the Democrats’ court-packing scheme was wildly unpopular.

The Washington Examiner reported:

A Washington Examiner/YouGov poll found that 47% oppose growing the Supreme Court beyond its current nine members, while only 34% back the idea, popularly known as ‘court-packing.’ Even among the 60% of Democrats who want to expand the nation’s highest court, half prefer it to be ideologically balanced, and fewer desire a liberal majority.

If the Supreme Court is expanded, just 11% of all voters want its composition to be ‘overwhelmingly liberal,’ compared to 47% who would like to see it balanced. Democrats support a balanced court over a liberal majority by 52% to 38%.

This poll also found that the Supreme Court would be important to respondents’ votes:

The poll also found that the majority of respondents considered the Supreme Court nomination important to their voting this November, with 58% considering it ‘very important,’ while another 21% said it was ‘somewhat important.’

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This is bad news for Democrats.

In 2016, voters that listed the Supreme Court as their top priority broke 56 percent to 41 percent for Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton.

If the 2020 election is a referendum on the Supreme Court then the polls show Donald Trump’s nomination of Amy Coney Barrett is popular and the Democrats’ scheme to pack the court is unpopular.

And that could swing the election to Donald Trump.

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