Video Comparing Pence/Nixon’s Investigation Pleas To The Nation Goes Viral In Seconds

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Amidst the chaos of the current administration, it’s easy to forget that Donald Trump does not exist in a vacuum. His rise to the presidency was aided by other politicians who threw in their lot with Trump.

One of these compromising politicians is now-Vice President Mike Pence. If you would’ve told the political world five years ago that ultra-right wing conservative evangelical Mike Pence would support Donald Trump, you would have been mocked and called crazy.

This is the Mike Pence who is so conservative that Disney’s Mulan offended him:

This is the Mike Pence who still doesn’t think that mothers should work:

‘For years, we have gotten the message from the mouthpieces of the popular culture that you can have it all, career, kids and a two-car garage…Sure, you can have it all, but your day-care kids get the short end of the emotional stick.’

This is the Mike Pence who is so obsessed with family values that he thinks the U.S. should send those to Africa (instead of condoms) to stop the spread of HIV:

‘The timeless values of abstinence and marital faithfulness before condom distribution are the cure for what ails the families of Africa. It is important that we not just send them money, but we must send them values that work.’

Pence takes his wedding vows so seriously that he refuses to eat alone with a women that is not his wife.

Given these values and his assertion that they stem from his Christian beliefs, Trump seems a strange bedfellow for uber-Christian Mike Pence.

But that hasn’t stopped Pence from throwing his lot in with Trump. In this terrifying clip, you can hear Pence’s desperate calls to end the investigation into Trump’s collusion with Russia and subsequent obstructions of justice. His words are terrifyingly similar to the notoriously corrupt Richard Nixon:

Perhaps Pence should refresh his understanding of Matthew 6:24, and take this lesson to heart:

You can’t serve both God and Trump.

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