Double Dealing former Vice President Mike Pence (RINO-IN) a long-time taxpayer burden, was elected to the highest position in government that he will ever see because of President Donald J. Trump’s popularity and the America First agenda, built on defending the American working class with a Populist platform.
But the truth is that Pence just was never really that much ‘into’ the MAGA movement. Instead, he talked like a politician about how hopeful he was about using his position to serve the American people.
However, it wasn’t long into the early hours of the Trump administration that Pence, a Hoosier from America’s heartland, betrayed the American people and had a leading role in igniting the Administrative State to seize the office of Presidency to target Trump and begin a massive scandal that would, in the end, deny Trump his authority as POTUS, would impact the next election for President and would usurp the US Constitution by preventing lawmakers from doing their duty to protect America.
Pence began his journey as a top traitor in the Trump administration with gossip about three-star general Mike Flynn, then Trump’s pick for national security advisor.
Pence then had a leading role in creating the massive chaos on January 6th, covering what appears to have been a plan by the same administrative state which destroyed Trump’s presidency to frame Trump supporters as violent extremists.
Pence was the one man in the world, on that day, who could have paused the entire situation and allowed concerned lawmakers to take their time and add further transparency to a troubled election.
Instead, Pence acted boldly and swiftly to betray everyone outside his pampered, elite bubble.
Pence has never stopped trying to undermine the movement that elected him to Vice President, including recent comments by Pence accusing Trump, the one guy who got behind him the most and helped him in his career the most, of wrongdoing.
Trump pushed back on his Judas of a Vice President, saying that it was, in fact, Pence’s fault there was violence on Jan. 6th, and that is something a majority of America would agree with, considering the polls about Pence’s ‘gutter-dwelling’ popularity level.
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.
‘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.
Over the weekend, Pence had placed the blame squarely on Trump for the Capitol riot in remarks at Washington, D.C.’s Gridiron dinner.
‘President Trump was wrong,’ Pence said. ‘I had no right to overturn the election. And his reckless words endangered my family and everyone at the Capitol that day, and I know history will hold Donald Trump accountable.’
‘History will hold Donald Trump accountable for Jan. 6,’ Pence told the crowd of his former boss.
Pence is believed to be shaping up to jump into the race for the presidency in 2024, and Trump is pushing full steam ahead with a third run for the high office, campaigning in Iowa Monday night, DM reported.
The Outlet went on:
Trump mused that Pence’s attack on him was prompted by his single-digit showings in polls of a hypothetical matchup of GOP presidential contenders.
Pence also criticized those who have downplayed January 6 in an apparent jab at Fox News’s Tucker Carlson, who has obtained archive security footage from Speaker Kevin McCarthy and aired nonviolent moments inside the Capitol during his show.
‘Make no mistake about it, what happened that day was a disgrace,’ Pence said. ‘And it mocks decency to portray it any other way.’
He also offered praise to the media for reporting on January 6.
‘We were able to stay at our post, in part, because you stayed at your post,’ he told reporters who covered the insurrection. ‘The American people know what happened that day because you never stopped reporting.’
The Daily Mail concluded:
After schmoozing with Washington insiders and the media over the weekend, Pence will campaign in New Hampshire on Thursday and Iowa on Saturday.