By
G. McConway
|
October 21, 2022

Student Protesters Attempt to Derail Pence Event

The reality of the situation today for conservatives is that if you are making an appearance, you are going to be protested.

This seems to be especially true on college campuses.

To that point, a student protest took place during a Pence appearance at Georgetown University, but their efforts were for naught.

Did Not Work

As Pence was speaking, a group of students walked out while unveiling a sign that stated, "reproductive rights are human rights."

As the students were leaving, Pence stated, "It seems to me that having served many years in Washington, leaders in this nation's capital have never been more out of touch.

"More intent on imposing their agenda or walking out on people that might have a different point of view."

Young America's Foundation was hosting the event and had no problem refilling those seats and allowing the event to go on.

The group stated, "Campus leftists thought they could successfully derail Vice President Mike Pence's YAF-sponsored lecture by walking out and displaying signs promoting the left's radical agenda.

"Within minutes, they were proven wrong.

"YAF easily filled the room to capacity with students legitimately interested in hearing Vice President Pence's pro-freedom message."

Pence continues to work on his profile as we head into the 2024 election cycle.

While it does not seem likely that Pence will run himself, it is apparent that he will not be supporting Donald Trump if the former president goes for a second term.

Source: Fox News

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