Following Pence's comments, the internet exploded with memes ridiculing Pence over the questionable remarks he made during the exchange with Carlson. Many of the online jokes gestured toward Carlson having effectively exposed many of the GOP presidential candidates at the event on key issues facing Americans.
Jack Posobiec took to Twitter, asking for the internet's best takes on the Tucker and Pence exchange, tweeting: "NEED TUCKER PENCE MEMES IMMEDIATELY LIGHT THE BEACONS"
Dozens of Twitter users responded.
The exchange between Carlson and Pence got tense when the former vice president responded to a question from Carlson about the decline of American cities by saying it is "not [his] concern," but that he openly supported the US sending more tanks to Ukraine to aid in the conflict against Russia.
“You are stressed that the Ukrainians don't have enough American tanks,” Carlson said to Pence during the interview. “Every city in the United States has become much worse over the past three years. Drive around. There's not one city that's gotten better in the United States, and it's visible. Our economy has degraded the suicide rate has jumped public filth. And disorder and crime have exponentially increased. And yet, your concern is that the Ukrainians a country, most people can't find out a map who've received 10s of billions of US tax dollars don't have enough tanks. I think it's a fair question to ask like, where's the concern for the United States? In that?”
Pence promptly replied, “It's not my concern,” adding, “I've heard that routine from you before, but that's not my concern.” He then went on to talk about Joe Biden weakening the United States before briefly going into some of the policies he hopes to put in place.
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