US Vice President Mike Pence criticized the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court John Roberts (John Roberts), “he was disappointed with conservatives” because he had been in conflict with his four in recent high-profile rulings. A liberal colleague supported it.
The vice president told us: “We respect the system of the U.S. Supreme Court very much, but Chief Justice John Roberts is disappointed with conservatives, whether it is Obamacare or the recent series of decisions.” Christian Broadcasting Network released an interview on Thursday.
Interviewer David Brody asked if Pence was “a little scratching his head with John Roberts” and added: “The Conservative Party has encountered some problems with Supreme Court justices. Question, you think this will be a reliable vote.”
Roberts and four of his liberal colleagues took the position of several decisions, including a Louisiana law that would limit abortion opportunities and job protections for LGBTQ Americans. The ruling angered social conservatives, many of whom specifically blamed Roberts for the decision.
Pence told CBN: “I think several Supreme Court cases remind people of how important this election is to the future of the Supreme Court.”
Pence strongly opposed abortion, specifically mentioning Louisiana’s efforts to restrict reproductive rights, which the court ruled earlier this year was unconstitutional.
He said: “I think this is a wake-up call to voters across the country who are pro-life. They understand in a very real sense that the fate of the Supreme Court will be voted in 2020,” he added, adding that Trump intends to “appoint if If he wins the election, he will send more principled conservatives to our court.
Trump has promised to release the list of potential conservative judges and nominate the Supreme Court as a way to rally Republicans Support his campaign, just like he did in 2016.
Pence also plans to visit the Tampa Bay area of Florida this week to inspire the Republican conservative base when visiting the pregnancy center and speaking at the church.
Pence’s visit highlighted his conservative Christian stance, in part by trying to pose Democrats as a threat to religious freedom to attract religious voters. He traveled with his daughter Charlotte Pence Bond.
In the crowded banquet hall of the Clearwater Hilton Hotel, he told about 200 people that in this election, the United States was at a crossroads between a “freedom-based society” and a “socialist” society.
He said: “The choice we face is whether the United States will keep the United States.”
Pence claimed that the Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden supports “on-demand abortion” and said that Biden supports post-term abortion, a rare operation usually only when pregnancy poses a threat or exists to the mother’s health Only when the fetus has medical conditions.
Earlier in the day, Pence visited a women’s residence clinic-a pregnancy center with an anti-abortion standpoint-and participated in an anti-abortion activity held in the church. Approximately 50 people participated, many of them wearing blue “I VOTE PRO-LIFE” T-shirts.
He said that if Biden is elected, he will “withdraw all the progress made by the anti-abortion movement in the United States since the establishment of anti-abortion rights in the United States since the passage of the Roe v Wade Act in 1973.
Pence said to the crowd: “In America, life is triumphing.”