Hickenlooper has been asked 7 times whether or not he would support packing the courts. Apparently following the lead of his Washington handlers, Hickenlooper is embracing Joe Biden’s sentiment that the American people, and Colorado specifically, do not deserve to know how he feels about changing the Supreme Court forever to serve a political agenda. It is clear that Hickenlooper needs to have a court-ordered subpoena to be responsive to his constituents but if history has told us anything, that might not even be enough.
- When Hickenlooper was running for the Presidential nomination, Hickenlooper said he’d be “open to the idea” of packing the courts, twice.
- On September 23, 2020, Hickenlooper “declined” to respond to a Colorado reporter asking him to clarify his position.
- Again, on September 23, 2020, Hickenlooper refused to answer the Denver Post saying, “I’m not going to answer your question.”
- On October 9, during Colorado’s first statewide debate, Hickenlooper refused to answer direct questions regarding his position, three different times.
Bottom Line: Question: If Senate candidate Steve Bullock can admit to his support for court packing in deep-red Montana, what is John so afraid of? Answer: Coloradans knowing the truth about his radical agenda.