Mike Pence just came out and said it

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“He’s a hero!” That was the awed whisper of many pundits after former Vice President Mike Pence did his job on January 6 and didn’t indulge in insurrection. That is a fact. Mike Pence didn’t do anything outstanding. He simply did not see the need to erect gallows, storm he Capitol, relieve himself on the Capitol floors, beat up cops, and threaten to kill members of Congress. Such a nice boy!

And yet so many turned him into a hero. Pence was responsible for saving democracy; many cried! No, he was NOT. He did his job. Good for him. I am glad Pence was not hurt. I am glad he did his job. But he is not some angel to be fawned over. The truth is Mike Pence is a pretty bad guy, and this week, we all saw the real Mike Pence.

The real Mike Pence has come out and urged Republicans to double down on a national abortion ban. He thinks that is more important than any midterm wins. “Profoundly more important,” said Mikey.

The real Mike Pence has archaic ideas. He would be all too happy to force women’s rights back decades. He sees nothing wrong with making decisions for women, and he wants Republicans to know they should not see anything wrong with it either.

Do not “shrink from it,” Pence says. And this then is the real Mike Pence. As Republicans run like hell from Lindsey Graham’s comments, a fervent Pence is gently urging them to stand up for their misogynistic views.

These remarks by Pence were said in secret. He was at a “secret press-free gala.” Its host was the Susan B Anthony Pro-life foundation and happened Tuesday evening. It was a celebration of the overturning of Roe.

Mike Pence has big plans for women. This is just the beginning, he actually said. Other attendees at this event include Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee, Virginia Governor Glen Youngkin, and Mark Meadows.


It was the meeting of the future Gilead leaders– if we let them win. So that’s why abortion MUST remain front and center because they’re not finished. Not by a long shot. They will never be finished — if we let them win. Don’t let them.

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