Mike Pence Delivers Scathing Remarks at Kamala Harris Following Her Attack on SCOTUS

When it comes to principle, Mike Pence, former Vice President, is unquestionably one of the strongest voices in the Republican Party, regardless of how you feel about him.

In the wake of Kamala Harris' ill-informed attack on the Supreme Court's conservative justices, the former VP weighed in with a statement of his own.

Harris said, “’Those Republican leaders who are trying to weaponize the use of the law against women, well, we say ‘How dare they? How dare they tell a woman what she can do and cannot do with her own body? How dare they?’”

So Pence fired right back with a "how dare you" of his own:

“I say with the lives of 62 million unborn boys and girls ended in abortion since 1973, generations of mothers enduring heartbreak and loss that can last a lifetime: Madame Vice President, how dare you?”

“Make no mistake about it: Democrats and the radical Left will never stop pushing for more and extreme abortion-related policies as long as Roe is the law of the land,” Pence continued in his speech at South Carolina’s Carolina Pregnancy Center. “Democrat-run cities across America are now providing financial incentives for abortion, implementing paid leave. In Boston, for example, government employees can receive 12 weeks of paid leave for abortion, the same benefit for having a baby.”

I don't know if this decision will be finalized. I don't know what sort of rioting and violence will ensure from the left as the result of another temper tantrum from these crybabies. But I do know one thing, the lives of babies will be saved and that will make it all worth it in my book. Let them burn their own liberal cities down again. Let them find their way back to jail. So long as the babies are alive, I'll deal with that.

Photo Credit: Gage Skidmore

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