Mike Pence’s ‘Judas’ Backstab of Trump Following Third Indictment

Photo edit of Donald Trump and Mike Pence.
Photo edit of Donald Trump and Mike Pence.

Pence’s Controversial Remarks on Trump’s Indictment

  • Former Vice President Mike Pence has made contentious statements criticizing Donald Trump. Pence suggested that Trump valued personal gain above constitutional fidelity and, therefore, was unfit for presidential office.
  • These comments emerged in light of Trump’s indictment by Special Counsel Jack Smith regarding alleged involvement in the January 6 Capitol Riots.

“Today’s indictment serves as an important reminder: anyone who puts himself over the Constitution should never be President of the United States.

I will have more to say about the government’s case after reviewing the indictment. The former president is entitled to the presumption of innocence but with this indictment, his candidacy means more talk about January 6th and more distractions.

As Americans, his candidacy means less attention paid to Joe Biden’s disastrous economic policies afflicting millions across the United States and to the pattern of corruption with Hunter.

Our country is more important than one man. Our constitution is more important than any one man’s career.

On January 6th, Former President Trump demanded that I choose between him and the Constitution. I chose the Constitution and I always will.

As your president, I will not yield an inch in defending America, our people, or our values, and I promise you: I will do so in a way consistent with my oath to the Constitution and the character and decency of the American people. We will restore a threshold of integrity and civility in public life so we can bring real solutions to the challenges plaguing our nation.

Exploring Trump’s Indictment Details

  • The indictment from a Washington, DC, grand jury accuses Trump of four major crimes, all related to the events on January 6.
  • Many question the validity of these charges, which include: Conspiracy to defraud the U.S., Obstruction of an official proceeding, and Conspiracy against rights.
  • The link between these allegations and Trump’s direct actions during the Capitol Riots remains under debate.

Pence’s Take on the Potential Impact of Indictment

  • Pence raised concerns about the indictment’s possible diversion of national attention from President Joe Biden’s controversial economic policies.
  • While Pence acknowledges Trump’s legal right to presumption of innocence, he warns that continuous discourse on the indictment could eclipse pressing national concerns, such as alleged corruption involving Hunter Biden.
  • Critics argue that Pence’s warning might represent a strategic move to shift the narrative focus.

Pence’s Role in Indictment and Future Pledge

  • Pence’s involvement in the indictment is noteworthy, particularly considering the references to his notes from a January 2021 meeting with Trump.
  • Critics question whether Pence was placed under undue pressure to interfere with the election certification process.
  • In his response, Pence emphasizes his loyalty to the Constitution over personal allegiances, an assertion that sparks debates over the role of personal loyalty in politics.

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  2. Trump does value personal gain above constitutional fidelity and, therefore, was unfit for presidential office. What are the symptoms of a narcissistic sociopath?
    • Have an exaggerated sense of self-importance.
    • Have a sense of entitlement and require constant, excessive admiration.
    • Expect to be recognized as superior even without achievements that warrant it.
    • Exaggerate achievements and talents.

    That’s Fat Donny

    1. Hey Dick Tongue:

      You socialist sociopath.
      Personal gain? So why did Trump donate his presidential salary to other causes? What have you ever donated?
      You think Trump had no achievements? What did Joe “BiteMe” LIEden ever do? Hillary Clitton?
      Pence just committed the final act of political suicide by doubling down once again and accusing Trump of NOT putting the US FIRST, which is and always has been Trump’s strength.
      Get a brain.


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