Oct. 11, 2016 7:49pm Tré Goins-Phillips
One Iowa voter, who said she’s “like Trump,” told Indiana Gov. Mike Pence Tuesday she is “ready for a revolution” if Hillary Clinton wins — a comment that clearly made the Republican vice presidential nominee a little uneasy.
The supporter said she is on social media “nonstop” promoting Donald Trump and is worried voter fraud is going to impact the presidential election in November.
“We are — there’s a lot of us out there saying that when we go to vote, we’re gonna wear red,” she told Pence. “Our lives depend on this election. Our kids’ futures depend on this election. And I will tell you, just for me, and I don’t want this to happen, but I will tell you, for me personally, if Hillary Clinton gets in, I, myself, I’m ready for a revolution because we can’t have her in.”
The vice presidential candidate immediately interjected, telling the voter, “Yeah, you don’t wanna — don’t say that.”
Nevertheless, the impassioned Trump backer stayed the course. And even tried to get the audience on her side.
“But I’m just sayin’ it,” she informed Pence. “You know, I’m like Trump. You know, am I not speaking for people here? Am I not saying the truth, guys, come on?”
While the voter had clearly signed on with Trump’s brash, scorched earth campaign style, Pence didn’t seem too enthusiastic about the all-or-nothing bravado the voter was embracing.
“There’s a revolution coming on Nov. 8, I promise you,” he sheepishly responded.