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Trump picks a "perfect match" - Anti-Women, Anti-Immigrant, Anti-LGBTQ Crusader

Trump's selected candidate for VP fits the bill perfectly  - for Trump!      

As a piece on CommonDreams says:

"Presumptive Republican nominee for president Donald Trump announced Friday that he has chosen Indiana Gov. Mike Pence as his running mate.

Gov. Pence is famously—or infamously—right-wing, and a particular darling of far-right Evangelical voters.

Pundits surmised that Trump is attempting to sway the conservative Christian portion of the Republican party, which had previously rallied behind Ted Cruz.

Progressives decried the decision. Leftists pointed out Pence's plethora of policy stances and decisions that have threatened civil rights, women's health, the environment, and the welfare of the most vulnerable since he was elected to Congress in 2000 and then as Indiana's governor in 2012."


Continue reading, here - and not be surprised where this Pence-fellow stands on many critical issues.

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