“I have no right to change the election”: Former US Vice President Mike Pence rebelled against the Capitol attack on Donald Trump on Friday, taking the Republican view of the protests as a “legitimate political expression”.
During a speech in Florida, Mike Pence denied the allegations against the former Republican president, arguing that Joe Biden’s victory on January 6, 2021 may have been blocked by officials who elected him vice president.
It was on this cold winter day that thousands of Donald Trump supporters gathered in Washington, D.C. Hundreds of people occupied the Congress headquarters in an attempt to put pressure on Benz and elected officials.
“President Trump said I have the right to change the election, but President Trump is doing something wrong,” he said Friday, in a rare firm comment.
“And, honestly, there is no less American idea than the idea that only one person can elect a president,” he charged.
Mike Pence, who was loyal to the faithful during the Donald Trump administration, did not refuse to run in the race for the White House – even though it confronted the millionaire there – who was already at odds with his president, but not directly. Friday.
Many elected Republicans agree with him, working hand in hand with Democrats on a bill that would prevent any election from being turned upside down in a matter of weeks.
But Mike Pence’s statements, above all, brought to light divisions among conservatives.
Because a few hours ago, the Republican Party, most loyal to the billionaire, decided to politically allow two elected officials from their party to investigate Donald Trump’s role in the attack on Congress.
The resolution, which symbolically distrusts Liz Cheney and Adam Kingsinger, accuses them of “destructive” behavior for the Republican Party and our Republic.
Several moderate party figures condemned the no-confidence motion on Friday. “It is a disgrace to a party that censors people who seek the truth in the face of the faith,” said Senator Mitt Romney.
At a meeting in Congress in the mountainous state of Utah, the Conservative Party insisted that January 6, 2021 was a “legitimate political expression” and some Democrats called the event “terrorism.” Mike Pence called that day “dark.”
Essentially, elected Liz Cheney lamented that “Republican leaders have made themselves hostage to a man who admitted to trying to manipulate a presidential election.”
The official, elected from Wyoming, has repeatedly accused the Republican millionaire, who has become one of his biggest rivals in the US Congress, of being “unfaithful.” .
The election, scheduled for August in Wyoming, promises to be one of the most closely watched by-elections.