2020 is a year like no other any American has ever experienced.
In the midst of the multiple crises the left unleashed on America, Mike Pence is trying to help get the President’s re-election campaign on track.
That’s when Mike Pence went on TV and refused to say three words that just changed everything.
As part of the President’s campaign to drill down its message in swing states, Vice President Pence sat for a TV interview with Philadelphia ABC anchor Brian Taff.
During the interview, Taff pressed Pence to utter the “Black Lives Matter” phrase that inspired the leftist revolution in the streets.
“There are only really a handful of elected Republican leaders in Washington who have uttered those words – ‘Black Lives Matter.’ And I wonder, sir, if those are words that you will utter right here — right here today. ‘Black Lives Matter.’ Can you say those words?” Taff asked the Vice President.
Pence avoided the ‘gotcha’ question set up and then described how the administration had worked to improve the lives of all Americans – including black Americans.
“And so all lives matter in a very real sense,” Vice President Pence continued. “It’s the reason why President Trump in the wake of that tragic event in Minneapolis said that justice would be served. We’ve met with law enforcement leaders, we’ve met with African-American leaders, and I think the people of Philadelphia can be encouraged by the president’s action this week.”
Taff pressed again to get Pence to wave the white flag and accept the left’s premise on saying black lives matter.
“There is an important distinction. People are saying ‘of course all lives matter,’ but to say the words is an acknowledgement that black lives also matter in a time in this country when it appears that there’s a segment of our society that doesn’t agree. So why will you not say those words?” Taff asked a second time.
Pence refused to accept this racially charged premise and again explained that Americans believe all lives matter so there was no reason to engage in divisive language like saying black lives matter that only enflames racial tension.
“I don’t accept the fact, Brian, that there’s a segment of American society that disagrees in the preciousness and importance of every human life,” Pence added.
“We’ve absolutely determined to improve the lives of our African-American citizens with more job opportunities, more educational opportunities,” he continued.
RINO Republicans like Mitt Romney not only marched with Black Lives Matter activists but he eagerly shouted their catchphrase.
What Romney refuses to accept – and what Pence recognizes – is that Black Lives Matter is a political movement that is trying to divide and conquer in the hopes of installing an entirely new order in America.
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