Who is Mike Pence?
Michael Pence is an American politician, lawyer, and broadcaster. He was is 48th vice president of the U.S from 2017 to 2021. He was born on June 7, 1959. From the year 2013 to 2017 he was the 50th governor of Indiana and also was a part of the Republican Party. He was a member of. House of Representatives from 2001 to 2013. He represented the 2nd district of Indiana from 2001 to 2003 and the 6th district of Indiana from 2003 to 2013.
Mike Pence uses the strongest language yet on refusal to deny election results
On an event held on Thursday evening in California, Former Vice President Mike Pence has shown using his strongest language directly on U.S. Capitol riot that endangered his life and the lives of all the lawmakers and Hill staff.
Pence said there’s no other idea un-American than the notion that anyone person will be able to choose the American President. He also added that the presidency belongs to the American people alone. Pence also added that he had no authority to reject any electoral votes certified by states as ordered by former President Donald Trump.
Pence also showed his disappointment saying that he understands the disappointment many feel about the last election and that he can relate. He also mentioned that he was on the ballot. And said, there’s more at stake than their party and political fortunes at that time. Pence words came out slow, but sharp.
Pence remained completely silent on his first post-vice presidency public address in late April, Pence where rioters chanted “Hang Mike Pence” and “Bring out Pence. Pence in his South Carolina speech once said Praise for Trump, attacks on Biden, silence on Jan. 6. He had also discussed the insurrection again in early June, in front of a crowd in New Hampshire. The former vice president called it a “dark day” in American history, but Pence also blamed Democrats and news media for the consequences
Pence also said that Trump and he might never ‘see eye to eye’ on Jan. 6 Capitol attack
In another speech he said in June, he did not discuss the riot, while some of the people from the riot in Florida started to booing him and shouted “traitor”
Mike Pence though handled with Calls of “Traitor” at the Faith and Freedom Conference. He is now trying to justify his actions to clarify the results of the 2020 election, as he was expected to do by the Constitution, the day remains the only distance between him and Trump.
Pence not only did not see the “eye to eye” on Jan. 6 but has also continued to praise Trump and all his work in the administration that had happened in his recent public speeches. At the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute on Thursday evening, Pence applauded the former president for being unique and a disruptor.
Pence also said that President Trump taught us how Republicans can accomplish when leaders stay right with their jobs on old principles and don’t back down. Handling the administration’s record on unemployment, trade deals, and border security along with the building momentum of the old movement, To such situation Pence, also mentions “there is no going back.