Pence Tepidly Rejects Supporter’s Call for Anti-Hillary ‘Revolution’

Republican vice-presidential nominee Mike Pence shut down a supporter’s call for an anti-Hillary Clinton “revolution” during a Tuesday afternoon rally in Newton, Iowa. The rallygoer, who identified herself as Rhonda, told the Indiana governor that many in the room are “scared of voter fraud” in the upcoming general election—garnering applause from fellow attendees. Our lives depend on this election,” she continued, “and I will tell you that, if Hillary Clinton gets in... I’m ready for a revolution because we can’t have her in.” Pence responded, “Don’t say that,” prompting Rhonda to declare that she is “like Trump” in that she speaks the truth on behalf of the crowd. Although he did not denounce her words any further, Pence attempted to calm the conversation, saying, “There's a revolution coming on November the 8th, I promise you.”