The guy has absolutely no chance whatsoever to win the GOP nomination but he's courageous.
Shannon Bream had Pence and Dem Senator Ben Cardin on Fox News Sunday today. Cardin came across as a shill for the Dem Swamp. She mentioned that the Dem Party position is that abortion should be available to women without restriction. (BTW, Donna and isle have denied that in the past.) Bream asked Cardin if he shares that view. Cardin accepted that that's the Party's position. He said that he agrees with it. He walks in lockstep, as Dems do.
Later, abortion was a significant part of Bream's chat with Pence...based on what Pence said to the Faith and Freedom Coalition on Saturday:
WASHINGTON (AP) — Former Vice President Mike Pence used a Friday gathering of some of the nation’s leading Christian conservatives to urge his rivals for the Republican presidential nomination to support a 15-week federal abortion ban at minimum.
"We must not rest and we must not relent until we restore the sanctity of life to the center of American law in every state in this country,” Pence said. “Every Republican candidate for president should support a ban on abortion before 15 weeks as a minimum nationwide standard.”
pb's been pi$$ed at GOPs...and the whole country...in the aftermath of the Dobbs decision. pb was surprised by the Dobbs decision but he agrees agrees with its bottom line, i.e.., that the issue should be "regulated by the people and their representatives."
This is an, as po'd say, EFFIN Republic! As Lincoln said, this is a nation "of the people, by the people and for the people."
Sadly, since the decision was handed down, wackos on both sides have prevailed.
Polling suggests that the majority of Americans think that abortion should be available without restriction up to week 13-15 of pregnancy. From the moment Roe was overturned, pb's said here that abortion law should reflect the will of the people.
Only Mike Pence says anything close to that. Every other candidate today is a hack for their own party, choosing to serve the wackos of both parties.
Incidentally, I do recall Donna essentially agreeing with me on abortion.
It's time for sanity for the sake of the people and for mothers, and babies.