Pence frames election as choice between ‘faith in America’ and socialism


The November election presents a choice between “whether America remains America” or falls to socialism, Vice President Mike Pence said during a stop in southeastern Wisconsin.
In a 36-minute speech delivered from the Tankcraft Corp. in Darien, Pence regularly knocked Joe Biden on a number of fronts, telling the audience the Dem presidential nominee would raise taxes, cost Wisconsin jobs and appoint “activist judges” that would legislate from the bench. Pence also criticized Biden for saying law enforcement has an implicit bias against minorities and drew a sharp contrast with President Trump,...

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