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The vice presidential debate is over.  If the winner is the person who quietly dominated the room, fought off two antagonists, never lost focus, and landed one deadly blow after another, then the winner must be Mike Pence, hands down.  However, if the score was for the person who lied incessantly and refused to answer a critical question, Harris is the winner.

Before getting to the lies, the most important moment of the evening was Harris’s refusal to answer when asked about packing the Supreme Court.  Pence had cornered Kamala, telling her to answer whether she and Joe would pack the Supreme Court.  It was a question that required a “yes” or a “no” answer.  Instead, Kamala squirmed, lied, smirked, and played the race card, all the while hoping no one would notice she hadn’t answered. Pence noticed, though, and he put it on the record:

“Once again, you gave a nonanswer…American people deserve a straight answer. If you haven’t figured it out yet, the straight answer is yes, they’re going to pack the Supreme Court.” – @Mike_Pence hits @KamalaHarris on not directly answering court packing question. pic.twitter.com/FwTmxXBBwv— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) October 8, 2020

And then, as I said, there were the lies.  Pence masterfully rebutted as many as he could, but an easily uttered five-second lie may require a longer rebuttal, and the moderator worked hard to deny Pence the chance to correct the record.  The following are just some truths to rebut Kamala’s many lies:

Trump never called the Wuhan virus a “hoax.”

Trump never called American troops “losers” and “suckers.”

It’s a lie that Trump praised white supremacists at Charlottesville.  He’s repeatedly denounced white supremacy, including at the last debate.  If Kamala’s looking for a racist, she should look at Biden.

 

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