Mike Pence named the person who told him to certify the vote on that fateful day.

Former Vice President Mike Pence was asked why he did not overturn the election results at a Young America’s Foundation event at the University of Iowa.

“On January 5th, you were convinced that the election was correctly stolen,” someone called Jared who is not the former president’s son in law asked. “You, Trump, Peter Navarro, John Eastman, and others had a plan on the morning of the 6th to send the certification back to the states.”

“On the night of the 5th or the morning of the 6th, someone in the White House convinced you that it would destroy your hopes of becoming president if you sent it back to the states. My question is what is the name of the person who told you to buck President Trump’s plan and certify the votes?” Jared asked.

“James Madison,” Pence responded, referring to the “Father of the Constitution.”

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