Vice President Mike Pence refused to bite on a question about Roe v. Wade during the vice presidential debate on Wednesday evening, and offered instead a rebuke of Sen. Kamala Harris’ (D-CA) and other Judiciary Committee Democrats’ for their attacks on faith.
Susan Page, moderator of the debate, asked: “Vice President Pence, you’re the former governor of Indiana. If Roe V Wade is overturned, What would you want Indiana to do? Would you want your home state to ban all abortions?
Pence, after responding briefly to talk about a previous topic of discussion, remarked: “With regard to the Supreme Court of the United States, let me say President Trump and I could not be more enthusiastic about the opportunity to see Judge Amy Coney Barrett become Justice Amy Coney Barrett.”
“Our hope is, in the hearing next week — unlike Justice Kavanaugh received with treatment from you and others — we hope she gets a fair hearing,” added Pence, looking