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Mike Pence reveals what he would say if his child came out as gay

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Related: WATCH: Donald Trump tells gay supporters: “You don’t look gay”Although claiming the Pences love “everybody”, the former VP did not show much love for trans athletes during his speech.He said the UVA swimmer Emma Weyant had been unfairly deprived of a title at the NCAA championship last month by losing to transgender athlete Lia Thomas.“Weyant won that race,” Pence said, before going on to criticize President Joe Biden’s stance on trans rights.“I know that in his State of the Union address President Biden promised to stand for the God-given right of men to compete in women’s sports, but common sense needs to reign and it will reign.”Pence’s appearance was at the invitation of the Young America’s Foundation, a conservative organization.

Last month, the University of Virginia’s college newspaper, The Cavalier Daily, blasted Pence’s planned appearance. In an editorial, the newspaper slammed Pence as a “homophobic, racist and transphobic politician” whose “hateful rhetoric’ should not be given a platform.”The university defended its decision to host Pence, with a spokesperson telling the newspaper, “[The event] is not a University-sponsored event, but it fits well within the University’s academic mission to offer our community the opportunity to hear from, and engage with, leaders and experts from a wide variety of fields and perspectives.”Related: That time Ireland’s proud gay prime minister shaded Mike Pence at a St.

Patrick’s Day breakfastLast night’s engagement saw a small protest against the event outside the hall, although Pence received a warm welcome from the largely conservative audience inside the venue.Pence was Vice President during the Trump administration.

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