I know a lot of people dislike Mike Pence.
He betrayed President Trump during the 2020 election, and I straight up do not like him. No need for me to mince words here.
Former Vice President Pence has finally broken his silence, and aired his concerns about both the 2020 elections, and future elections.
Democrats are trying to cement fraud into our country’s election structure that pretty much ensures their victory every time.
HR.1 is a monster of a bill, and it cannot be allowed to stand. We cant just let these people trample all over everything we hold sacred.
They are book burners, they hate free speech, they rig elections, they hold a worldview which killed around 100 million people in the 20th century alone.
The biggest threat facing humanity today is leftism. Their surrogate IS The Democratic party.
I might not agree with former VP Pence on most things, but I DO agree with him on this. We need to band together, and we need to protect our elections.
Take a look:
The Daily Signal had the op-ed penned by Pence himself:
After an election marked by significant voting irregularities and numerous instances of officials setting aside state election law, I share the concerns of millions of Americans about the integrity of the 2020 election.
That’s why when I was serving as presiding officer at the joint session of Congress certifying the Electoral College results, I pledged to ensure that all objections properly raised under the Electoral Count Act would be given a full hearing before Congress and the American people.
The tragic events of Jan. 6—the most significant being the loss of life and violence at our nation’s Capitol—also deprived the American people of a substantive discussion in Congress about election integrity in America.
Under the Constitution, elections are governed at the state level. And each state is required to appoint presidential electors “in such Manner as the Legislature thereof may direct.”
The Hill had more:
Former Vice President Pence on Wednesday criticized the 2020 election in his his first extended written comments since leaving office in January.
Pence, who was presiding over a joint session of Congress when its certification of the Electoral College results was interrupted by a mob of former President Trump's supporters, said there were “significant voting irregularities” and “numerous instances of officials setting aside state election law” in the 2020 presidential election.
The former vice president argues in the op-ed that measures included in the voting rights bill, formally known as the For the People Act, would “trample the First Amendment, further erode confidence in our elections, and forever dilute the votes of legally qualified eligible voters.”