Mike Pence said something about Black Lives Matter that took everyone by surprise

Vice President Mike Pence highlighted the third night of the Republican National Convention.

Pence spoke from historic Fort McHenry that inspired Francis Scott Key to write America’s National Anthem.

And Mike Pence said something about Black Lives Matter that took everyone by surprise.

During Vice President Pence’s speech accepting the nomination to run again as the Vice President, Pence blasted Joe Biden and the Democrats for not once condemning the Black Lives Matter riots during their convention.

As the riots in Kenosha, Wisconsin escalated, the political damage to the Democrats became more severe and Pence drove home the point that Biden and the Democrats continue to enable this lawlessness.

“Last week, Joe Biden didn’t say one word about the violence and chaos engulfing cities across this country,” Vice President Pence declared. “Let me be clear: the violence must stop — whether in Minneapolis, Portland, or Kenosha.”

“Joe Biden would double down on the very policies that are leading to unsafe streets and violence in America’s cities,” Pence added.

But Pence also said that Americans say both black lives and blue lives matter.

Unlike Democrats, who demand unyielding obedience to the Black Lives Matter political movement, Pence said Republicans know that supporting one does not mean renouncing the other because all lives matter.

“The American people know we don’t have to choose between supporting law enforcement and standing with African American neighbors to improve the quality of life in our cities and towns,” Pence declared.

Pence’s speech capped off the third night of a successful Republican convention.

TV ratings are growing and the speakers are making the case for Donald Trump while warning about the dangers of Joe Biden winning the Presidency.

Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.