This week, the Democrats did what we were expecting them to do. They indicted former President Trump for a third time, accusing him of trying to overturn the 2020 Election results. Almost immediately after the news broke, Mike Pence issued a statement that threw his former ally under the bus.
Pence claimed that Trump “should not be” president, based on charges leveled at him by his political enemies. The former vice president turned on Trump and most of the Republican Party by seemingly siding with Democrats. And soon after, Trump had something to say about it.
I feel badly for Mike Pence, who is attracting no crowds, enthusiasm, or loyalty from people who, as a member of the Trump Administration, should be loving him. He didn’t fight against Election Fraud, which we will now be easily able to prove based on the most recent Fake Indictment & information which will have to be made available to us, finally – a really BIG deal. The V.P. had power that Mike didn’t understand, but after the Election, the RINOS & Dems changed the law, taking that power away! [Source: TRUTH Social]
Wow. Trump claimed he feels “badly” for Mike Pence. The former president said that Pence is unable to attract crowds or enthusiasm for his campaign. Trump even said Pence does not have loyal supporters from the Trump administration who “should be loving him.”
Trump hit Pence over his lack of support during the 2020 Election fallout. The former president said Pence refused to “fight against Election Fraud.” Trump continues to maintain his belief that he won 2020, but rampant fraud resulted in Joe Biden entering office.
Then, the 45th president went on to say that his claims of election fraud will “now be easily” provable, based on information coming out due to this indictment. In order for Democrats to prove Trump illegally tried to overturn the results of a “fair” election, they will need to prove no fraud occurred.
That will require evidence coming out that has yet to be seen. Trump seems to think this evidence will prove he was right all along–and thus vindicate him before the world.
We can’t say for sure if he’s right about that. But his dunk on Pence is pretty painful. The former vice president never seemed to have much support since launching his campaign. And, recent events have already doomed it. Now, with his siding with Democrats over this shocking indictment, we doubt anyone within the GOP will back him.
Author: Bo Dogan