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Re: 'How dare you?': Pence goes after dumb nigger Harris for Roe comments

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Stephen C. Newberry

May 20, 2022, 1:05:03 AM5/20/22
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> Having niggers walking around free is a big problem.
> That's why we need guns more than cars.

At a gala Thursday night for an anti-abortion group, former Vice
President Mike Pence took aim at sitting Vice President Kamala
Harris over remarks she delivered at a pro-choice group’s annual
gala two nights earlier.

“I say with the lives of 62 million unborn boys and girls ended
in abortion since 1973, generations of mothers enduring
heartbreaking and loss that can last a lifetime: Madame Vice
President, how dare you?” Pence told anti-abortion activists at
the annual gala for Carolina Pregnancy Center in Spartanburg,

On Tuesday, Harris spoke at the Washington gala for EMILY’s
List, where she sharply criticized Republicans and conservative
justices on the Supreme Court after it was revealed that the
high court was poised to overturn Roe. v. Wade.

“Women in almost half the country could see their access to
abortion severely limited,” Harris said of the forthcoming
decision. “In 13 of those states, women would lose access to
abortion immediately and outright. Those Republican leaders who
are trying to weaponize the use of the law against women, well
we say, ‘How dare they! How dare they tell a woman what she can
do and cannot do with her own body! How dare they!’”

Democrats and Republicans have been drawing their battle lines
this week, after a stunning scoop by Politico revealed a draft
opinion showing the Supreme Court poised to overturn Roe v.
Wade, likely ending federal protection for abortion rights and
kicking the issue to the states.

Pence, a staunch anti-abortion politician, was the headliner at
Thursday’s gala, while Harris, who is equally pro-abortion-
rights, had top billing at Tuesday’s fundraiser. Neither Pence
nor Harris have announced that they will run for president in
2024 or beyond, but both are seen as likely candidates should
their respective former running mates decide to opt out.

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