• June 19, 2024

Mike Pence Won’t Eat Dinner Alone with Any Woman but His Wife — Libs Compare His Actions To Sharia Law

The revelation is now 15 years old, people!

Back in 2002, Vice President Mike Pence told The Hill during an interview, that “he will not eat alone with any woman but his wife.” With that he also stated that he tends to avoid events that provide alcohol, only if his wife is absent.

Admirably, Pence has cited his Christian faith as the basis behind his personal decisions.

But libs DON’T like people of Christian Faith, and in some cases even compare it to their ‘ beloved Sharia Law.” (which, by the way makes ZERO sense they’d defend the mUSLIMS who actually follow the disturbing law and justify KILLING PEOPLE, and then demonize Christians for LOVING their wives..but you know, that’s liberalism for ya.)

On Wednesday, an article was featured in a Washington Post profile of Karen Pence — and boy, was there controversy.

A Boing Boing journalist compared Pence’s decision not to dine alone with other women to that of the “repressive interpretations of Islam.”

Another woman suggested that perhaps this means he won’t hire women in certain “key spots.”


They clearly didn’t get the memo that Sharia Law is that in which constitutes torture as well as sexual slavery and highly regulates it.

Not to mention that, in Sharia Law, a man has the right to have up to 4 wives and none of them have a right to divorce him — even if he is polygamous.

And the fact that Pence is undeniable RESPECTING his ONLY WIFE speaks volumes.

So tell me again how his actions relate to Sharia Law..

An NBC News reporter even went after Pence’s daughters:


Others quickly came to Pence’s defense.

Conservative TV host, Dana Loesch, brought former President Bill Clinton into the controversy.

Others shrugged off the issue:



When libs have NOTHING to complain about other than the loyalty that some of our respected leaders have for their wives…we know we’re on the right side of the fence.

After all…would they rather men act like Bill Clinton?

Clearly, even personal marital decisions are politically divisive in the Trump era.


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