“Mike Pence Promises to Protect Unborn, Defend Parents’ Rights in Iowa Speech”

Former Vice President Mike Pence spoke at a Republican fundraiser in Iowa, highlighting his Christian and family values and praising efforts to ban abortion. He also criticized President Biden’s policies on the economy, immigration, and foreign relations. Pence emphasized his loyalty to former President Trump but acknowledged his duty to the Constitution. If elected, he pledged to fund the police and military, secure the southern border, and address issues in the justice department. Pence also spoke at the Iowa State Fair and will participate in the first Republican presidential primary debate in August. Rachel Duckett reported

The image depicts Vice President Mike Pence delivering a speech, focusing on his Christian and family values. He commended Governor Kim Reynolds for her efforts to ban abortion in Iowa, stating that protecting the unborn is not just a state issue, but an American issue. He also mentioned the inclusive bathroom policy for transgender students at Linn-Mar schools in Iowa, expressing support for parents’ rights and opposition to what he called “radical gender ideology” in schools. Pence mentioned the Trump administration’s accomplishments, such as rebuilding the military, reviving the economy, securing the border, and appointing conservative judges. He acknowledged a turning point in his loyalty to President Donald Trump due to his constitutional duty. Pence criticized President Biden’s economic and foreign policies, including the handling of the Afghanistan withdrawal and relations with China and Russia. He expressed concerns about inflation, open borders, and the impact of energy policies. Pence suggested a stronger response to a Chinese spy balloon incident earlier in the year. If elected, he pledged to fully fund the police and military, secure the southern border, and make changes in the justice department. Pence also spoke at the Iowa State Fair and will participate in the upcoming Republican presidential primary debate in Milwaukee..