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Vice President Mike Pence isn’t known for being a confrontational man.

He’s the perfect balance to President Donald Trump.

But after emerging from the Kavanaugh confirmation vote, Pence couldn’t resist.

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He turned to his security detail, saying “Let’s do it.”

Here’s what happened next:

How about that? Pence waved to the protesters as a way of saying “stop the BS.”

More detail:

From Daily Caller:

Protesters could be heard screaming in the Senate gallery as Vice President Mike Pence began the roll call vote to confirm Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.

Female protesters could be heard screaming, but most of the words were indecipherable. Some chanted “shame! shame! shame!” During the interruptions, Vice President Pence repeatedly asked the Senate Sergeant at Arms to “restore order.”

Pence has been right there to back the president up at every turn, and he’s not apologetic.

Check out the words Pence has for Barack Obama, an unrelenting Trump critic.

The VP brought his sledgehammer.

From Western Journal:

Vice President Mike Pence firmly refuted former President Barack Obama’s claim that the nation’s current booming economy began on his watch.

Early in his remarks to the annual Values Voter Summit in Washington on Saturday, Pence rattled off indices of economic progress achieved under the Trump administration.


They included over 4 million jobs created since President Donald Trump took office, jobless claims at the lowest they have been in 50 years, and record low unemployment for African-Americans and Hispanic-Americans.

Pence further noted that wages are rising at their fastest pace in almost a decade, and middle-class incomes have reached the highest level ever recorded in the country.

“The truth is the last administration stifled our economy under an avalanche of red tape,” Pence said. “This president has actually signed more bills rolling back federal red tape than any president in American history. …

“While the last administration raised taxes on the American people, this president and this Congress passed the largest tax cuts in American history. That’s promised made and promises kept.”

Pence for the win?


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