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Mike Pence Says He’s “Proud” Of What He Did On January 6th


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Mike Pence has let everyone know who’s side he’s on from here on out.

In a speech at the Reagan Library Mike Pence declared that he was “proud” of certifying the election on January 6th.

Pence’s exact words were “I’ll always be proud that we did our part, on that tragic day, to reconvene the Congress and fulfill our duty under the Constitution and the laws of the United States.”

He then went on to say that it would be un-American if he decided the election himself.

Instead of speaking about the audit in Arizona or election fraud in general, he instead separated himself from President Trump even more.

The Associated Press shared these details:

Former Vice President Mike Pence has defended his role in certifying the results of the 2020 election, saying he’s “proud” of what he did on Jan. 6 and declaring there’s “almost no idea more un-American than the notion that any one person could choose the American president.”

Pence, in remarks at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library on Thursday, directly addressed those who continue to blame him for Trump’s defeat to now-President Joe Biden, who won the Electoral College on a 306-232 vote.

“Now there are those in our party who believe that, in my position as presiding officer over the joint session, that I possessed the authority to reject or return electoral votes certified by the states,” Pence said. “But the Constitution provides the vice president with no such authority before the joint session of Congress.

The Hill got the scoop too:

Former Vice President Mike Pence at a speech at the Reagan Library on Thursday said he was proud of how he and others handled the counting of the Electoral College vote on Jan. 6, which was interrupted when a pro-Trump mob invaded the Capitol, and that he did not have the constitutional authority to stop it.

“Now there are those in our party who believe that in my position as presiding officer over the joint session that I possess the authority to reject or return electoral votes certified by the states,” Pence said. “The Constitution provides the vice president with no such authority before the joint session of Congress.”

Some Republicans, including former President Trump, called for Pence to reject electoral votes on Jan. 6. And some of those marching on the Capitol chanted threats to Pence over his role in the count.

The truth, Pence said, is “there is almost no idea more un-American than the notion that any one person could choose the American president.”

“And I will always be proud that we did our part on that tragic day to reconvene the Congress and fulfilled our duty under the Constitution.”

I wonder if he’s proud of rubbing elbows with Pelosi on January 6th too:



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