Monday, June 17, 2024

Shattering Silence: Mike Pence’s Bold Stand on January 6 Redefines GOP Landscape!

On Wednesday night, a crucial question for GOP presidential candidates was: Did Mike Pence make the right decision on January 6?

Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.), who was the first candidate to respond, said, “Absolutely.”

Former governors of New Jersey Chris Christie, South Carolina Nikki Haley, and North Dakota Doug Burgum concurred with Scott, but Florida Governor Ron DeSantis
sidestepped the issue.

The president will take office on January 20, 2025, not January 6, 2021, according to DeSantis.

Later on, DeSantis clarified, saying, “Mike performed his duty. I have no issues with him. To make his point, Christie interrupted the moderators of the debate, saying, “Mike Pence stood for the Constitution.”

The argument we need to have in this party before we can move onto the issues that Ron talked about is that we have to do away with the person who said we need to suspend the Constitution to advance his political career, Christie said. “He deserves not grudging credit, he deserves our thanks as Americans for putting his oath of office and the Constitution of the United States before personal, political, and unfair pressure,” Christie said.

Donald Trump “had no right to overturn the election” on January 6, according to Vice President Mike Pence, who has defended his actions on that day. When overseeing the certification of the election results, then-Vice President Pence defied Trump’s demands to annul President Joe Biden’s victory in 2020.

“I made it clear and hoped that the issues surrounding the 2020 election and the controversies around Jan. 6 would not come to this, come to criminal proceedings,” Pence said. “The American people have a right to know that I rejected or returned the votes that the president requested that I do. He asked me to prioritize him over the Constitution, and I did.

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