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Opinion: Biden hides his views on key issues

October 16, 2020. Summarized by summa-bot.

Alice Stewart writes that if you didn't watch Joe Biden's town hall, then you didn't miss a thing. The good is that when you're leading polls by double digits, you don't really want to make new news. But she argues that Biden's refusal to accept responsibility for the 1994 Crime Bill was one of his bad moments, and his outright refusal to address the issue of expanding the Supreme Court if elected president was an ugly moment.

(CNN)There's some comfort after watching former Vice President Joe Biden's Town Hall on ABC: The 17 million Americans who have already voted didn't miss a thing.

The good point for Biden is that he managed to often make this a referendum on President Donald Trump.

Try and convince the American people that the current President has failed on key issues such as Covid-19, the economy and race relations.

On Covid, Biden said that the words of a President matter and "when a president doesn't wear a mask. . .

Biden said if he were president, he would lean on governors to mandate mask use.

On race relations, he hammered President Trump by saying if he's president voters won't hear him "race-baiting" or "dividing. " Instead, they will hear him "trying to unify. "

The bad is Biden's not-too-credible answer on fracking.

Despite saying that he does not propose banning fracking, he pledged during the primaries to "establish an enforcement mechanism to achieve net-zero emissions no later than 2050," which, as CNN has reported, "would almost certainly require a significant reduction in fracking. "

While he talks of transitioning to new technologies, the truth is Biden is beholden to the far-left policies of the Green New Deal.

When asked if it was a mistake to support the bill, Biden said yes, but only with regard to what happened on the state level.

The ugly is Biden's outright refusal to tell us where he stands on the issue of expanding the Supreme Court if elected president.

Even CNN Democratic commentator Van Jones gave Biden a "D-" on this response when talking with Anderson Cooper.

Biden says he's "not a fan" of court packing, and claims he will provide a more clear answer before Election Day.

From an American voter standpoint, I'd prefer him to come clean on key issues.

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