Pro-Life Voices, Cops for Trump: VP Pence in NC for Pro-Life Event, Receives Endorsement of Law Enforcement Association

RALEIGH – Vice President Mike Pence is in the City of Oaks just one day after President Donald Trump visited Wilmington.

Pence, who will be joined by Republican candidate for governor Dan Forest as well as incumbent Senator Thom Tillis, is attending events associated with Pro-Life Voices for Trump.

Of course, the media is calling the event an “anti-abortion” event, because they cannot afford to have a Republican like Pence presented as a person that values life. All life.

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The vice president was scheduled to attend two different pro-life events around Raleigh Thursday, before heading to law enforcement event.

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The Trump/Pence ticket is drawing contrast with Democrats by their commitment to law and order; after weeks of violent riots fueled by Radical Leftists that explicitly call for the abolition of police and dismantling of the United States of America as founded.

The Southern States Police Benevolent Association is granting its endorsement to Pence on his North Carolina visit Thursday.

President Trump is due back in North Carolina, with a visit to Winston-Salem, next week.

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