‘All lives matter’: Mike Pence refused to say ‘Black Lives Matter’

The U.S. Vice President Mike Pence said there is no “segment among Americans” that denies the importance of every human life…

In an interview, U.S. Vice President Mike Pence refused to say the phrase “Black Lives Matter” and said that all lives matter.

During the interview, the presenter of TV channel 6 ABC said that there is a large-scale movement in the U.S. under the slogan of Black Lives Matter, but there are very few Republican leaders who said these words.

In turn, the assistant to the American leader called the tragedy of what happened to George Floyd, who died at the hands of police officers, and noted that since the founding of the United States Americans have cherished the idea that all are “created equal and endowed with certain inalienable rights by our Creator, so all lives matter, in the most direct sense”.

Pence noted that he disagreed with the fact that there is “a segment among Americans that denies the value and significance of every human life.

“And yet, you will not say these words, we understand your explanation,” said the anchor.

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