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The Big Saturday Show investigated why Democrats are pushing a plan to pack the Supreme Court, suggesting it may be a ploy to intimidate existing justices.
Former Congressman and Fox News Contributor Sean Duffy noted it was unlikely that Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi would proceed with a vote to pack the Supreme Court unless the Senate eliminated the filibuster, a move that is also being pushed by congressional Democrats.
"Here’s what’s happening: Nancy Pelosi wants nothing more than to stack the Supreme Court," said Duffy.
"This is all about power…Nancy Pelosi only has a thin majority, a handful of seats, that make her the Speaker, and she’s not going to make those moderate members that give her a majority take a vote on packing the court unless it’s going to pass the Senate. So, unless the Senate is going to do away with the filibuster rule, Nancy Pelosi is not going to make her vulnerable members take a vote on packing the court," Duffy continued
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