‘Christian’ Mike Pence: Millions Losing Insurance Is ‘The Very Essence’ Of Freedom

There are millions of Americans who think Vice President Mike Pence is actually a “Christian” and a deeply religious person. But I have some bad news for them: Pence is as close to pure evil as any person who has ever lived.

You might think I’m exaggerating when I call Pence evil, but something the heartless sack of shit who is second on the depth chart behind the clown POTUS told Fox News flunky Tucker Carlson in an interview proves otherwise.

During a discussion of GOP efforts to strip health insurance away from millions of Americans, Carlson asked Pence if the repeal of the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) would be “worth it” if the outcome led to “millions fewer Americans” having health insurance. Without even blinking an eye, Pence responded like a soulless robot:

“Well, it’s — it’s — the very essence of living in a free society is people get to make their own decisions. But the president and I truly believe that if you lower the cost of health insurance, if you give Americans more choices in health insurance, that more

Americans will choose, more employers will choose, to have and offer health insurance to their employees and have health insurance for their families.”

Translation: Fuck all those assholes who can’t afford health insurance! Our plan will enrich the insurers and pharmaceutical companies who give Republicans big campaign contributions and invite us to serve on their corporate boards when we leave elected office.

Here’s a follow-question Carlson forgot to ask Pence: If people making their own decisions is the very essence of a free society, then shouldn’t everyone be free to take whatever drug they choose, meaning no drugs should be deemed illegal? And what about people who don’t want to adhere to your right-wing view of marriage or who can love whom? You cool with them making their own choices, too? Because your record over the years suggests otherwise.

Mike Pence is a hypocrite from hell who would do well to heed the words of the savior he pretends to worship:

“Do to others as you would have them do to you.” (Luke 6:31)

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