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Vice President Mike Pence Received a Warm Welcome in Wisconsin


Vice President Mike Pence took a trip to Wisconsin on  Labor Day but his visit wasn’t without notice.

The Vice President was met by a large enthusiastic crowd that chanted four more years.

Pence spoke at the Dairyland Power Cooperative in La Crosse and talked about the jobs President Trump created with his pro-growth policies.

Mike Pence also took a jab at Joe Biden’s running mate Kamala Harris.

Mike Pence stated, “Sen. Harris put their radical environmental agenda ahead of Wisconsin dairy and ahead of Wisconsin power.”

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel covered Pence’s speech and had these comments to add:

Vice President Mike Pence touched down Monday in western Wisconsin to tout America’s workforce as Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris spent Labor Day touring a union training site in Milwaukee.

Pence used his stop at Dairyland Power Cooperative in La Crosse to promote the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement that replaced the North American Free Trade Agreement. He noted Harris, a senator from California, voted against it.

“I heard that Joe Biden’s running mate is in Milwaukee today,” he said. “But dairy farmers in Wisconsin deserve to know that Sen. Kamala Harris is one of only ten senators to vote against the USMCA. She said it didn’t go far enough on climate change.

“‘Now, here at Dairyland Power, you deserve to know Sen. Harris put their radical environmental agenda ahead of Wisconsin dairy and ahead of Wisconsin power. But under President Donald Trump we will always put Wisconsin farmers, Wisconsin businesses and Wisconsin families first.”

The story was also covered by the New York Times:

Standing before a group of employees at a regional utility company, Mr. Pence trumpeted the administration’s work on behalf of dairy farmers, claimed credit for the state’s booming economy before the coronavirus crisis and repeatedly attacked Mr. Biden and Ms. Harris by name.

Noting that Ms. Harris was one of only 10 senators to oppose the renegotiated North American free trade pact, because it did not do enough to address climate change, the vice president argued that she had put a “radical environmental agenda ahead of Wisconsin dairy and ahead of Wisconsin power.”

Mr. Pence used the start of his speech to claim that Mr. Biden would perpetuate “policies that have literally led to violence in our major American cities,” reprising the Republican attack line that Democrats would preside over a dangerous, lawless nation.

Mr. Pence also scorned Mr. Biden for not criticizing Democratic mayors or mentioning the far-left group Antifa by name in his condemnations of violence.

Vice President has time after time showed 100% support towards our President.

Pence knows campaigning is not about him being recognized and praised but the goal is to Make America Great Again!


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