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Fake Mike Pence Abortion Quote

Q: Did Vice President Mike Pence say, “Allowing rape victims to have abortions will lead to women trying to get raped”? A: No. That fabricated quote comes from a made-up […] The post Fake Mike Pence Abortion Quote appeared first on FactCheck.org.

Q: Did Vice President Mike Pence say, “Allowing rape victims to have abortions will lead to women trying to get raped”?

A: No. That fabricated quote comes from a made-up story published by a “hybrid news/satire” website.

FULL ANSWER

Vice President Mike Pence did not say that “allowing rape victims to have abortions will lead to women trying to get raped.”

That fake quote originated from a on July 17, 2016. A version of that story was later, where it was flagged by Facebook users as potentially fake news.

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