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It’s been two months and Mike Pence is still throwing his toys out of the pram over the Supreme Court’s historic LGBT+ ruling

PinkNews Thursday, 6 August 2020
US vice president Mike Pence has slammed June’s historic Supreme Court ruling that made it illegal to fire workers for being gay or transgender as “a disappointment to conservatives”. Pence named the court’s top judge, the conservative chief justice John Roberts, in a rare direct rebuke on...
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Normally rather mild in his public remarks, US Vice President Mike Pence had sharp words Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts. In an interview with the Christian Broadcasting Network this week, Pence called Chief Justice Roberts a 'disappointment' to conservative Americans. Last month, the...

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