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Mike Pence Tag

If you watched the vice presidential debate this week, you may have noticed that Kamala Harris often seemed agitated and nervous. This presented itself physically in her facial expressions, nervous laughter, and attitude. According to pollster and analyst Frank Luntz, this did not go over well with the undecided voters in his focus group.

Kamala Harris tried to school Vice President Mike Pence to defend the Democrats' fight not to confirm Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court. Harris avoided Pence's question about Joe Biden, and the Democrats wish to pack the court and incorrectly explained why President Abe Lincoln didn't fill a vacancy 27 days before the election.

After a week of covering the Wuhan coronavirus as both as a pundit and a biosafety professional, I have come to the conclusion that maybe it is time to dial back the drama associated with the pathogen.

A middle school student at Immanuel Christian School in Virginia recently claimed white boys at the school held her down and cut her hair. The media wasted no time trying to pin this controversy to Karen Pence, wife of Vice President Mike Pence, because she works there as a part-time art teacher. Now we know it was a hoax.

One of the many admirable precepts of America's system of government has been the peaceful transfer of executive power, a transfer that hinges on the acceptance of election results and all parties working together for the good of the country. In four years, there's another election and the losing party tries again.