Sources say that The Former Vice President is eyeing a future comeback to the political arena, and is considering many options.
Mike Pence is something that the vast majority of us don’t even want to look at right now, and I am right there with everyone in that boat.
He betrayed President Trump just when he was needed most.
He was also weirdly silent during most of The Trump Administration, I mean I rarely recall hearing his voice at all.
Where does Pence stand on things?
I don’t think any of us really know, the guy almost never talks, but now he is attempting to stage a comeback according to some sources.
My advice to Pence?
Continue to lay low, everyone is pretty pissed off at what you did, and you were tepid when you were in office!
Here is more on the story:
Fox News reported:
Former Vice President Mike Pence will head to South Carolina next month to deliver his first public address since the end of the Trump administration.
Pence will keynote a dinner hosted by the Palmetto Family Council, a conservative Christian nonprofit, on April 29 in Columbia, South Carolina, Fox News confirmed on Monday.
While Pence has remained quiet about his future political plans, pundits consider him a likely 2024 Republican presidential contender. The stop in South Carolina will no doubt spark more speculation, as the Palmetto state holds the first southern primary and votes third in the GOP presidential nominating calendar.
The former vice president’s stayed far from the political spotlight since the beginning of President Biden’s presidency on Jan 20. But last month Pence joined the Heritage Foundation, one of the oldest and most influential think tanks in the conservative movement, as a distinguished fellow – as well as joining the Young America’s Foundation, a leading conservative youth organization.
The Hill had more:
Former Vice President Mike Pence and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) are the two front-runners in a new poll of potential 2024 Republican candidates that does not include former President Trump.
A new survey obtained by The Hill from GOP pollster Tony Fabrizio, who polled for Trump’s 2020 campaign, shows Pence at 19 percent and DeSantis at 17 percent support among GOP primary voters in a potential nominating contest that does not include Trump. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) is the only other contender to break double digits in the survey with 13 percent.
However, when Trump is thrown into the equation, they find themselves in a distant second and third place. When the former president is taken into account, Trump gets 51 percent support, trailed by Pence at 9 percent and DeSantis at 7 percent.