These 8 Moments From The V.P. Debate Show Pence Absolutely Annihilating Harris (VIDEO)

Written by K. Walker on October 8, 2020

The Media (D) will tell you that Senator Kamala Harris won the Vice Presidential debate. Don’t believe them.

The Vice Presidential debate was on Wednesday night and what a show it was! It was nothing like the chaos that was the first Presidential debate.

Senator Kamala Harris (D-CA) was still her annoying, nasally self — but she probably can’t control that. If she could, surely she would do something about that, right? RIGHT?!

Vice President Mike Pence was — Vice President Mike Pence. He was calm, cool, collected, and carried himself in a way that looked like he was straight out of Central Casting to play the President in some 90s flick halfway between The West Wing and Airforce One.

Pence was relentless in a very gentle and subtle way. His attacks landed and the did so with force.

1. Joe Biden has been one of China’s cheerleaders.

“Hello, 9-1-1? I’d like to report a murder? Yeah, it was on the Vice Presidential debate stage. The Vice President of the United States just verbally slaughtered his opponent.”

Pence dropped another attack on Joe with this one about the Biden campaign’s pandemic response which seems strangely familiar…

Several times, VP Pence effectively used that same line, “Senator Harris, you’re entitled to your own opinion, but you’re not entitled to your own facts.”

2. Biden’s Jekyll/Hyde stance on banning fracking.

Here’s why Pence was laughing:

3. Harris’s refusal to take a COVID vaccine if POTUS recommends it.

4. Debunking the “Fine People” Hoax… AGAIN!

Joe has been clear that the reason that he entered the race because of the President’s deceptively edited statements in 2017 regarding the situation in Charlottesville. Harris has to keep pushing this widely debunked hoax to keep propping up Joe, but Pence was having none of it.

Here’s another fact-check from a former leftie, Dave Rubin.

5. Biden won’t raise taxes but will repeal the Trump tax cuts.

That will have the same effect as raising taxes on virtually all income brackets in America.

Even the anti-Trump New York Times has been pretty clear that a vast swath of Americans received tax cuts.

6. Packing the Supreme Court.

Biden and Harris have both been cagey about this because they don’t want to alienate voters who aren’t keen on having the Court stacked for political reasons, nor do the candidates want to anger the far-left contingent of their party who want to legislate from the Bench.

NARRATOR: She didn’t talk about packing the Court.

7. The unclear position of the Biden-Harris campaign on the Green New Deal.

Some other great moments included Vice President Mike Pence stating unapologetically that he and the Trump administration is unapologetically pro-life.

Pence spoke about school choice, which is a huge issue for inner-city, minority voters in particular.

Vice President Pence then went to Senator Harris’s record as District Attorney in San Francisco and noted how she didn’t care about the “disproportionate” incarceration of blacks back then.

Sometimes conservatives get stuck in the rational part and don’t touch on emotion. Pence didn’t do that last night. He did something that conservatives are often not so great at doing — he told a story, and it was an incredible one. It was the tragic death of Kayla Mueller and how the Obama-Biden administration’s dawdling likely cost her life.

Twitter was pretty divided with liberal Twitter siding with Kamala and bashing Pence as a “mansplainer” but conservative Twitter noted that was some weak sauce because Pence clearly mopped the floor with Harris.

Then… there was the fly.

The post-debate “analysis” on the allegedly “straight news” networks was telling. The dudes all claimed that perhaps she lost the debate because she’s a woman.

Well, they didn’t say it that way, but that’s how it comes across.

George Stephanopoulos mansplains “mansplaining” to his female guest.


Ain’t that the truth.

But hey, at least they had a strong, (half-)black woman on the debate stage, right?

Apparently, the correct gender and race don’t necessarily guarantee a competent — or even passable — debate performance.

Maybe Joe should’ve picked someone who was able to crack above 3% of the Democratic primary voters. Just sayin’.

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ClashDaily's Associate Editor since August 2016. Self-described political junkie, anti-Third Wave Feminist, and a nightmare to the 'intersectional' crowd. Mrs. Walker has taken a stand against 'white privilege' education in public schools. She's also an amateur Playwright, former Drama teacher, and staunch defender of the Oxford comma. Follow her humble musings on Twitter: @TheMrsKnowItAll