Tag: Vice Presidential Debate

Turns Out Harris Didn’t ‘Nail Pence to a Wall…Leaving a Trail of Blood Behind Her’


If Democrats were expecting Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) to deliver a reprise of her unforgettable takedown of former Vice President Joe Biden over his past support of racial segregation in an early Democratic presidential primary debate, they were surely disappointed.

Prior to Wednesday night’s vice-presidential debate, one of Harris’ advisers told Politico: “This could be a mic drop moment for her … She just has to go out, nail Pence to a wall, and walk off leaving a trail of blood behind her.”

VP Pence Calmly Dismantles Kamala Harris


Vice President Mike Pence dominated Sen. Kamala Harris in the first and only veep debate Wednesday night. And he did so quietly, calmly, and methodically.

As expected, this was more subdued than the first presidential debate. USA Today’s Susan Page moderated the University of Utah event in Salt Lake City. Nearly all of Page’s questions came from the left but she didn’t rush to make herself the story, a la Chris Wallace.

The Vice President remained zenlike for 90 minutes straight, complimenting Harris while politely sliding in a shiv. He congratulated Harris for her “historic nomination” then asked why she voted for the Green New Deal. He highlighted her prosecutorial record but was curious why she indicted so many more blacks than whites.

Almost, Then No


After watching the vice presidential debate and seeing Governor Mike Pence stand up to Senator Tim Kaine’s abortion sophism, I prepared myself to flip from NeverTrump to Anti-Hillary-Enough-To-Vote-For-Trump. Pence did a serviceable job calling out the inconsistency of Kaine’s position, but Matt Walsh really, really took the wood to the idea that one can be a Christian and support murder of the unborn.

Leave it to modern day Christians to argue that a God who chose to physically exist inside a woman’s womb for nine months “didn’t have anything to say about abortion.” Abortion is perhaps the modern “social issue” about which he had the most to say. God was an unborn child. Period. I shouldn’t need to move from there to quoting Jeremiah and the Book of Psalms. God was an unborn child. Did you get the message, Tim Kaine? It’s not that hard to understand. It’s time for pro-choice Christians to choose between the abortion industry and their faith. Clearly, Jesus did not intend to leave them any room in between.