Former Vice President Mike Pence (RINO-IN), a long-time taxpayer burden, was elected to the highest office he will ever hold due to the popularity of President Donald J. Trump and the America First agenda based on protecting the American working class with a populist platform.
Nevertheless, the fact is that Pence was never truly “into” the MAGA movement. Instead, he spoke in a political manner about his desire to use his position to serve the American people.
However, it wasn’t long before Pence, a Hoosier from America’s heartland, betrayed the American people and played a leading role in igniting the Administrative State to seize the office of the Presidency in order to target Trump and begin a massive scandal that would, in the end, deny Trump his authority as POTUS, impact the next election for President, and usurp the US Constitution by preventing lawmakers from carrying out their constitutional duties.
Pence began his career as a top traitor in the Trump administration by spreading rumors against then-nominee for national security advisor, three-star general Michael Flynn.
Then, Pence played a prominent part in causing the tremendous pandemonium on January 6, concealing what appears to be a scheme by the same administrative state that ruined Trump’s administration to portray Trump supporters as violent extremists.
On that day, Pence was the one person who could have halted the entire scenario, allowing concerned lawmakers to take their time and increase electoral openness.
Instead, Pence proceeded with audacity and speed to betray everyone outside of his privileged, elitist bubble.
Pence has never stopped attempting to discredit the movement that elected him to Vice President, including recent statements by Pence accusing Trump, the one individual who rallied behind him the most and aided him in his career the most, of misconduct.
Trump pushed back on his Judas of a Vice President, stating that it was, in reality, Pence’s responsibility that violence occurred on January 6th, and a majority of Americans would agree, based on polls measuring Pence’s ‘gutter-dwelling’ popularity.
The Daily Mail reported on the details of Trump’s comments:
“Violence on January 6 was Mike Pence’s fault, Trump claims: Says if VP had sent votes back to the states, then Capitol rioters would not have had a problem,” Morgan Phillips reported adding:
Donald Trump and his former Vice President Mike Pence got into a blame game over January 6, with the ex-president saying it was actually his second-in-command who caused the chaos of that day.
‘Had he sent the votes back to the legislatures, they wouldn’t have had a problem with Jan. 6, so in many ways you can blame him for Jan. 6,’ the former president said, referencing Pence’s refusing his calls not to certify the electoral college results in Congress.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
‘Had he sent them back to Pennsylvania, Georgia, Arizona, the states, I believe, number one, you would have had a different outcome. But I also believe you wouldn’t have had “Jan. 6” as we call it,’ he told reporters in Davenport, Iowa. CONTINUE READING…