Pence’s Wife Makes Shocking Jan 6 Confession

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( – Karen Pence, the wife of former Vice President Mike Pence, claimed that she had not “felt afraid” during the Capitol attack on Jan. 6, 2021, despite having to be taken away by the Secret Service that hid them as the mob of Trump followers was targeting her husband.

In an interview on “ABC News Live Prime,” Karen Pence spoke about the Capitol attack for the first time since the events took place. Her statement provided further insight into the safety precautions taken to ensure the safety of Mike Pence and his family following former President Donald Trump’s loss in the 2020 presidential election.

When she had been afraid for her life on that day, Karen Pence replied “Never.” She proceeded to argue that she had not felt afraid and that she felt God’s presence and peace. She added that she does not believe any of the staff felt fear and that they all shared a similar feeling of “resolve.”

When asked about why she had closed the drapes of Pence’s office during the evacuation from the Senate chamber, she answered that this was “conditioning” and that she had gotten used to doing it during her time as second lady. The moment has been captured in a now well-known photo.

She proceeded to argue that after they became the second family life changed significantly for them. As she shared when they first went to the home, they rented in D.C. the Secret Service had blocked out completely the windows, and every time they would travel they would ensure that the hotel windows were completely bulletproof.

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