Why it's important to publicly shame Pence and others
Vice President Pence speaks during a vigil for victims in the Sutherland Springs First Baptist Church shooting in Floresville, Tex., on Nov. 8, 2017. During a service attended by Vice President Mike Pence and his wife on Sunday morning, a pastor in Prince George's County denounced remarks made by President Trump earlier this week.
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#1 Feb 3, 2018
What does Pence speaking at Sutherland Springs have to do with what a pastor is saying about something he thinks the president said in a closed door meeting a week later in another state. Answer NOTHING.. this is political hack move, taking something not proven, announce how up setting it is, then associate with something else that has nothing to do with it. Except to try and drive hate toward a person or party to get your agenda passed. American people are waking up to this tactic and being lied to on a daily basis. Follow the money people, why do people say things to invoke emotions of hate in you, to get you to react they way they want. To get what they want and in the end someone is getting paid. Sounds too simple, just start asking the question who benefits and don't let your heart be troubled.
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