When a Jewish Cemetery Was Desecrated, the Man Who Rolled Up His Sleeves Showed It Wasn’t Beneath His High Office

Vice President Mike Pence gets his picture taken every day by photographers.

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In the last two months, he’s been pictured doing a number of things outside of his professional duties.

On the anniversary of Pearl Harbor, Pence spoke at the World War II Memorial:

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On Super Bowl Sunday, he was on Air Force Two with two disabled veterans as his guests to the big game:

During his trip to Germany, Pence made sure to visit Dachau Concentration Camp to pay his respects to the victims of the Nazis:

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Once again Pence was spotted this week, but this time he was doing something a lot more hands-on with his time.

Pence was in Missouri with Governor Eric Greitens, helping clean up a vandalized Jewish cemetery:

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He focused on the job at hand.

And prayed with the volunteers.

Then, Pence delivered a powerful message from the heart:

“There is no place in America for hatred or acts of prejudice, or violence, or anti-Semitism. I must tell you the people of Missouri are inspiring the nation by your love and care for this place, the Jewish community in Missouri.

And I want to thank you for that inspiration, and showing the world what America is really about.”

The vandalism happened at a cemetery in University City near St. Louis.

A big thanks to Vice President Pence and all the volunteers who showed up to help. That’s what America is all about.

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