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As Mike Pence visits a Right to Life dinner, protesters assemble.

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Former Vice President and Indiana Governor Mike Pence visited Evansville on Thursday.

Right to Life of Southwest Indiana was holding their annual dinner, and he was the main course and featured guest this year.

A club in the neighborhood In reaction to the main event, which was held in Old National Events Plaza, a protest was held Someplace Else.

Punk music was the primary kind of entertainment that was shown throughout the event that was referred to as “Woe v. Rage.”

Vice President Mike Pence welcomed the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade and blamed himself for it. He suggested the right should make abortion illegal nationwide.

At the Woe v. Rage hearing, participants voiced scorn for the former vice president and vowed they will continue to rally to regain their abortion rights.

Immediately after the luncheon hosted by the Right to Life organization, a group of demonstrators carrying banners comes together.

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