Marco Rubio rails against Democrats’ ‘third world’ courtpacking scheme

On the eve of the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee’s consideration of Amy Coney Barrett, the President’s third high court pick, a Republican from Florida is talking about a “third world” plan from Democrats.

U.S. Senator Marco Rubio, in a weekend interview on the Fox News Channel’s “Watters’ World,” denigrated Democratic desires to expand the U.S. Supreme Court if presidential nominee Joe Biden wins the election next month.

“I want people to understand, this is not going to end at nine or — I mean, we can have a Supreme Court one day that has like 15 or 18 people, 19 people every time some party gets elected, and you don’t like the makeup of the court, you just add, you know, two more people to it. I mean, that’s what they do in the third world. That would be ridiculous,” Rubio told host Jesse Watters.

The Senator speculated that the court packing push may happen over the objections of Biden himself.

“I think Joe Biden, because he has been there for so long, he’d prefer not to, but he has no choice,” Rubio said.

“Because all the energy, all that money, all the activism in the Democratic Party is

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