We all know that Mike Pence handed Democrats exactly what they wanted following the events of January 6th…
Many of us sat stunned as Pence, who was not reportedly planning on certifying the vote, handed Biden a victory with little to no resistance.
This turn of events and the subsequent reports from The F.B.I. itself have led many to believe that these events were orchestrated by elements of the administrative state in order to solidify Biden’s fraud.
Mike Pence has since been the brunt of many jokes and outright pejoratives, earning the nickname ‘Turncoat Pence‘.
Now President Trump is addressing the fallout from the events of January 6th, and he claims that Pence was “mortally wounded” politically by refusing to decertify the vote.
Personally, I have to agree with President Trump on this; Pence had every reason not to certify the vote—just look at Wisconsin, Georgia, Arizona, Pennsylvania, or any other place where last minute changes were made to voting law.
Look at the numerous reports of inconsistencies and logistical failures which seem to have occurred nationwide due to the hasty last minute implementation of a national mail-in voting scheme.
By now the line “no evidence that widespread voter fraud exists” is almost as absurd and egregious as the statement that “Covid-19 vaccines stop the spread of the virus”.
As the evidence continues to pile up, the 2020 election increasingly appears to have been rife with fraud. My question is why did Pence cave so easily following the events of the 6th?
Was he a part of some orchestrated plot? Or merely afraid of losing points politically because the optics following the riots on January 6th were less than opportune for a lifelong politician?
In either case Pence’s actions backfired as he now appears to be politically isolated and highly unpopular with Trump voters.
Here’s more on the story:
— Roderick Balenda (@BnbalendaRod) December 15, 2021
Trump said Pence was "mortally wounded" by certifying the vote count, accused him of not having the "courage" to overturn the election.
— StridentConservative (@StridentConserv) December 15, 2021
According to The Hill:
“Mike should have sent those crooked votes back to the legislatures and you would have had a different result in the election, in my opinion,” the former president told the audience at the stop on Bill O’Reilly’s “History Tour.”
Trump implied that Pence wouldn’t get support from voters because of his alleged inaction on Jan. 6.
NEW: CNN has learned former VP Pence’s national security adviser Keith Kellogg is sitting for a deposition with January 6 committee
— Ana Cabrera (@AnaCabrera) December 14, 2021
CNN continued with President Trump’s comments:
“I think Mike has been very badly hurt by what took place in respect to January 6,” Trump said. “I think he’s been mortally wounded, frankly, because I see the reaction he’s getting from people.”
The former vice president has fueled rumors about his interest in a 2024 presidential bid with several visits to Iowa and New Hampshire this year.
As recently as last week, Pence traveled to the first-in-the-nation primary state to speak to a local Republican woman’s group and greet GOP donors at a fundraiser for New Hampshire state senators.