Mike Pence criticized what he called “the far-left agenda of the Biden-Harris administration” in his first public speech since leaving.
The former vice president accused Democrats of “nullifying our dearest freedoms” during their first 100 days in office when he appeared before an evangelical audience at the organization’s annual gala. profit curator, Palmetto Family Council, South Carolina, Thursday. .
The 61-year-old, who recently had surgery to install a pacemaker, said: “After 100 days of open borders, skyrocketing spending, plans to raise taxes, a bigger welfare state , no more government, defunding the police, giving up the right to life, canceling our dearest freedoms, I’ve had enough! », As reported NBC.
He added, “After 100 days, I think the time has come for Americans dedicated to faith, family and freedom and limited government to stand up and unite behind a positive agenda and to stand together. reclaim America, and it starts here and now in South Carolina. “
Mr Pence used the speech as an opportunity to get back into politics, have fun with Republicans and potentially position himself as a presidential candidate for 2024, running on a Tory agenda that includes “respect for all freedoms granted by God enshrined in the Constitution. “
The Republican compared Biden’s first 100 days in office to Donald Trump’s tenure, which he said was “four years of consequences, four years of results and four years of promises made, promises kept.”
“The time has come for freedom-loving Americans to stand up to the far-left agenda of the Biden-Harris administration and say enough is enough,” he said.
“It’s time to unite behind a positive agenda based on our highest ideals and to reclaim America. And we have the winning agenda, men and women, I have no doubt, based on American values and our trust in the American people.
He is expected to be much more vocal in the coming months, as he kicks off the election campaign ahead of the midterm elections in 2022, trying to help Republicans win back the House and Senate.
Mr Pence did not repeat Trump’s claims that the election was ‘stolen’, but made only one reference to the riots in Washington on January 6.
He said: “A global pandemic, civil unrest, a dividing election, a tragedy in our nation’s capital and a new administration determined to further divide our country as it advances the agenda of the radical left. “
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