Mike Pence Trying to Win Republican Nomination by Positioning Himself as the Most Anti-Abortion Candidate

Former vice president Mike Pence is arguably the most hated Republican presidential candidate, and he doesn’t have a snowball’s chance in hell of winning the Republican nomination.  

In a party where Donald Trump is worshipped as a political messiah, Pence is despised as the Judas who betrayed him by refusing to block the certification of the 2020 electoral votes, as the president was demanding.

The echoes of “Hang Mike Pence” still reverberate in evangelical churches and Republican political gatherings. If the MAGA faithful had their way, Pence would be crucified while they impaled him with the sharpened points of Trump Flag poles.

MAGA Republicans loathe Pence because he betrayed their Dear Leader, and mainstream Republicans detest him because he’s so creepy. He always has a sanctimonious expression on his face and he’s always ready to dispense a religious platitude. He’s like a Stepford politician, and I’m always waiting for his programming to glitch and for him to get stuck endlessly repeating: I must use the words Jesus, God and America in every sentence, I must use the words Jesus …

Pence is desperately hoping and praying that he will win over the GOP that is dominated by vehemently anti-abortion supporters by positioning himself as the most anti-abortion candidate out there. He is the only major candidate supporting a federal ban on abortion at six weeks.

In a recent interview with the Associated Press, Pence declared that he would ban abortions even when the pregnancy wasn’t viable. This reprehensible religious Neanderthal would force women to give birth to babies with no chance of surviving.

Pence is a malignancy that needs to be aborted, and thank God he will never be president.