At a Thursday night event in Simi Valley, California, former Vice President Mike Pence was his strongest in a deadly US Capitol riot that endangered his life and the lives of fellow lawmakers and Hillstaff. It seemed to use words.
“There are few ideas that are as non-American as the idea that anyone can choose an American president. The president belongs only to Americans and Americans,” Pence said, and has no authority to refuse election votes. Insisted. As claimed by former President Donald Trump, it is accredited by the state.
“I understand that many people are disappointed with the last election. I can be involved,” Pence told some laughter in the room. “I was in the vote, but as you know, at this moment we are at stake more than our party and our political fortune.”
His words emerged as slow but sharp, apart from the way Pence had previously spoken about the Capitol riots.
At the public address of his first Vice Presidential post In late april Pence remained silent about the January 6th event in which the mob chanted “Hang Mike Pence” and “Bring Out Pence.”
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He spoke again about the riots in early June in front of a crowd in New Hampshire. This time, I’m writing in chalk somewhere after that tension with Trump. They may never “look eye-to-eye”. The former Vice President called it a “dark day” in American history, but he also accused Democrats and the news media of what he called a major scrutiny over the day.
Former Vice President Mike Pence: Trump and I may never “look eye-to-eye” in the Capitol attack on January 6th
To Another June speech, He wasn’t talking about riots, Florida Faith & Freedom Heckler When he introduced himself as “Christian, then conservative, then republican,” he booed him and shouted “traitor.”
Pence is trying to reassert and justify his actions to prove the outcome of the 2020 elections, but as expected by the Constitution, that day is the only signal of the distance between him and Trump. is.
Pence says, except that it did not see “eye to eye” on January 6, continues to praise his role in Trump and his regime through a recent speech. At the Ronald Reagan Foundation and Institute on Thursday night, Pence praised the former president as “unparalleled” and “destroyer.”
“President Trump has taught us what the Republicans can achieve when leaders stick to conservative principles and don’t retreat,” Pence advertised the administration’s records of unemployment, trade agreements and border security. did.
As the conservative movement gains momentum, Pence says “there is no turning back.”
USATODAY contributed to this report.
This article was originally published in The Indianapolis Star: Mike Pence Offers Strongest Message Ever in 2020 Election Results