Pence Doesn’t Bite On Roe v. Wade Question, Turns It Into Slam On Senate Dems’ Attack On Faith

Pence Doesn’t Bite On Roe v. Wade Question, Turns It Into Slam On Senate Dems’ Attack On Faith


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.”

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“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

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