Pence Stabs Trump In The Back Again

Mike Pence is making certain that Americans feel that twisting of betrayal, like a knife in their backs, in case they hadn’t felt the horrifying and sickening feeling up to this point from his hand.

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Pence’s outright hatred of President Donald J. Trump and the America First patriots who supported both Trump and Pence in 2016 is embarrassing and suffocating- and getting worse.

If we didn’t understand it before, we now should firmly understand that Pence was never really that into Trump and the MAGA movement, and now, with this latest move, he has made it crystal clear what his intentions always were; they were always about a counter-movement away from Trump’s agenda.

It is also pretty clear that when Pence could have saved the country from so much hardship, he instead dug the knife in deeper- with a sort of soulless smile on his face and kicked us over the edge.

Wait until you hear what Pence is doing now.

The level of shocking betrayal that Pence is comfortable with must be a historic new low in American politics- which has turned absolutely muddy and brutal over the past five years especially- and Pence’s power grabs and usurpations have a lot to do with the course politics has taken.

Consider a recent report from the Palmierir Report:

Vice President Mike Pence has once again shown his true colors.

He is now backing RINO Brian Kemp in the Georgia Governor GOP Primary.

There is no reason that anyone should support Brian Kemp for Governor.

He allowed the 2020 election to be stolen in Georgia.

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The campaign issued a release that said Pence would attend a rally with Gov. Kemp on Monday, May 23 – the day before the May 24 primaries in Georgia.

From 11alive the polls show that :

Former Vice President Mike Pence will be coming to Georgia to campaign on behalf of Gov. Brian Kemp, the governor’s campaign announced Friday morning.

The former vice president is throwing his weight behind the governor as former President Donald Trump backs his challenger, David Perdue.

Details were not immediately released about the time or location of the rally.

Kemp has maintained a strong lead to earn the GOP nomination for reelection in polling ahead of Primary Day. An 11Alive poll conducted in April found he had a 56%-31% edge on Perdue, the former senator who lost his reelection bid in the Jan. 2021 runoffs.

The latest RealClearPolitics average of polls gives him a better than 22-point edge on Perdue and projects he will have enough support to clear the 50% + 1 threshold to avoid a runoff with Perdue.

The Georgia race will be of intense national interest as all of the RINOS and Never Trumpers line up to beat Trump’s choice.

Liz Harrington, the spokeswoman for Trump, recently posted an article about other RINO Governors lining up to also support Kemp, whose actions were absolutely pivoted in helping Joe Biden take the White House.

In February, we covered the story of Trump’s endorsement of Perdue:

A new political ad is coming to TV soon, featuring President Donald J. Trump giving his “complete and total endorsement” to “American First outsider, David Perdue” for Republican Governor of Georgia.

“The Democrats walked all over Brian Kemp. He was afraid of Stacey ‘the Hoax’ Abrams. Brian Kemp let us down. We can’t let it happen again,” Trump says in the ad, which the Perdue campaign told Breitbart News it spent six figures to air statewide on Fox News Channel.

In the ad is heard, “David Perdue, an America First conservative outsider, is the only candidate for governor endorsed by President Donald Trump,” a narrator says.

Kemp, appeasing Abrahms, agreed to demands for ballot harvesting in 2019, leftover from her dispute over losing the GA Governors race to Kemp, which would impact the 2020 Presidential election in a disastrous way.

Trump has not forgotten any of Kemp’s lazy attitude toward letting Abrahms make up what would later be called “Stacey’s law,” a consent decree that was never given to the GA State legislators for agreement or consultation but was signed by Kemp to keep Abrahms happy.

“This race is about putting people ahead of politicians, and that’s exactly what I’ll do as Governor. We’ll leave no stone unturned to share our bold vision to unite Republicans, stop Stacey Abrams, and save Georgia,” he added.

Trump has taken aim at Kemp specifically for complacency with the election process.

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He blames the governor for a consent decree Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger (R) signed off on in March 2020 that had served as a court settlement between Raffensperger and the Georgia Democrat Party related primarily to signature verification.

Trump has also targeted Kemp for not calling a special session after the November election — but before Perdue’s highly competitive January 5 runoff race — so that the state legislature could choose its own separate set of college electors.

Kemp argued at the time that the move would have been unconstitutional and “immediately enjoined by the courts.”

Perdue did not display any public objections to Kemp’s handling of Trump’s accusations in the midst of his own race.