A pro-Trump protester shouts ‘NO’ to Mike Pence while holding a t-shirt with the ex-president’s photo under ‘Never Surrender’ during a brutal ruckus in New Hampshire.
- The former vice president met a lone protester at the Salem GOP Labor Day picnic
- The protester held up a blue t-shirt with the photo of Donald Trump and the words: “Never surrender”.
- Pence was the only one of five candidates at the picnic who protested.
Mike Pence met a lone protester waving a t-shirt with the picture of Donald Trump during Labor Day remarks at a picnic in Salem, New Hampshire.
A man seated in the foreground to listen to five presidential candidates speak Monday in the nation’s first primary election in the state ‘booed’ Pence, who was the first to speak, when he walked out to make his speech for the president. .
The former vice-president was forced, throughout his speech on Monday, to stare at a blue t-shirt with the ex-president’s photo and the words: “Never surrender”.
The man stood up, booed and waved the t-shirt when Pence took the stage for the first time. Throughout the remarks, the man held up the photo-laden t-shirt and, at the end, stood up to show the entire crowd the image and message.
The first photo of Trump was released last month when he turned himself in to authorities in Fulton County, Georgia after his fourth and final indictment in the proposed 2020 election results overturn.
Former Vice President Mike Pence encountered a lone protester at the Salem GOP Labor Day picnic on Monday.
The blue t-shirt featured the photo of Donald Trump and the words: “Never Surrender”
The snap was immediately embraced by his supporters – as evidenced by its use on the t-shirt protesting Pence on Monday.
Following Pence’s remarks, four other candidates made their case for appealing to New Hampshire voters. In order, those candidates were former Texas Rep. Will Hurd; former Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson; former Cranston, Rhode Island Mayor Steve Laffey; and biotech millionaire Vivek Ramaswamy.
The clear favorite at the Salem GOP Labor Day picnic was Ramaswamy, who caused a stir during the first Republican debate in Milwaukee, Wis., last month. Pence was also one of eight candidates on that stage, which was conspicuously absent from Trump.
Pence has clashed with hecklers and protesters several times in the past, especially those die-hard Trump supporters who believe the former vice president is a traitor for refusing to block Congress from certifying the election results. 2020 presidential.
The ex-VP stood by his actions that day, saying he made a vow to uphold the Constitution – and did so while overseeing the Electoral College vote certification on January 6, 2021.
Despite holding arguably one of the highest honors among a dozen candidates behind Trump, Pence has struggled to gain ground in the polls and has remained in the middle of the pack.
Earlier Monday, Pence stopped by the Granite State Smokeoff Baptist Church in Concord, New Hampshire. After the Salem picnic, he headed to Scott Brown’s No BS Backyard Barbecue in Rye, New Hampshire, to wrap up his Labor Day campaign stops.