Nancy Mace served as South Carolina Director for Donald Trump and ran for office on an America First platform.
But since her election to Congress in 2020, Mace has been one of the biggest RINOs in the U.S. House.
And now RINO Nancy Mace went on CBS and told this one bald-faced lie about Ron DeSantis.
After Republicans underperformed in the Midterms, Representative Nancy Mace (R-SC) wasted no time blaming Pro-Life voters for the disappointing results of the election.
Mace has since become the darling of the media.
She frequently appears for interviews where she attacks Pro-Life voters and claims Republicans must embrace abortion-on-demand or else continue to lose elections.
Even though Ron DeSantis was reelected by a 19-point landslide that turned Florida into a solid red state, Mace recently offered the Governor some advice on how to win elections.
During an appearance on Face the Nation, Mace ripped Ron DeSantis for signing a law that bans abortions after six weeks in Florida.
“Signing a six-week ban that puts women who are victims of rape, and girls who are victims of incest in a hard spot isn’t the way to change hearts and minds,” Mace said about the Florida law. “It’s not compassionate,” she continued, before adding that “the requirements he has for rape victims are too much, not something that I support.”
“It’s a non-starter,” she added.
But Mace did more than just take issue with DeSantis over his belief in the Sanctity of Life.
She also told a huge lie about his support for the bill by claiming he passed it secretly in “the dead of the night.”
“I don’t like that this bill was signed in the dead of night, and it puts them in a very difficult position for a general election in my opinion, which is why I have been so vocal on this issue,” Mace said.
Of course, this is patently false.
Ron DeSantis declared his support for banning abortions after six weeks during his reelection campaign, which he won by a landslide.
Not only that, in February DeSantis doubled down on his support for banning abortions after six weeks.
“What are the chances you’ll sign the six-week heartbeat bill if it comes to your desk?” a reporter asked DeSantis.
“We’re for Pro-Life,” he replied. “I urge the legislature to work, produce good stuff, and we will sign.”
DeSantis signed the bill into law in April after campaigning on a promise to end abortion after six weeks.
But Nancy Mace will do anything to try and get the media to prop her up and promote her image.
And that includes lying about Ron DeSantis and pushing the pro-abortion agenda.
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