Amid numerous rumors of Trump making another go for the White House, followed closely behind by DeSantis’s potential designs on the West Wing, another potential 2024 contender is quietly creeping to the forefront of Americans’ attention.
And that contender is none other than former Vice President Mike Pence, who has been steadily making a number of appearances across key early caucus states, notably South Carolina and Iowa.
South Carolina has drawn the most attention in recent times, as evidenced from the commentary of Alexa Newman, the Executive Director of the Carolina Pregnancy Center.
Newman declared that a May 5 dinner featuring headliner Mike Pence is poised to be especially popular, noting that “all the reserve seating is sold out and has been sold out for a couple of weeks and we’re still getting calls from people.”
Newman also observed that this particular event has become the most popular in the organization’s history, judging from the ticket sales.
Other observers have also suggested keeping an eye on Pence, including longtime New Hampshire based Republican consultant Jim Merrill.
“This is the year that likely candidates want to lay the groundwork to build the foundation in the early primary and caucus states and Mike Pence has been a leader among the potential candidates in doing just that,” Merrill told Fox News.
In addition, Pence himself has become more public, especially when he’s come out shredding Biden’s deplorable record to date as president.
“I think President Biden has done more damage to America than any president in modern history,” Pence proclaimed on News to host Brian Kilmeade during an appearance on “One Nation.” “
In 14 short months, inflation’s at a 40-year-high. We have the worst crisis on our border in American history. Gasoline prices are up 70%. The disastrous withdrawal from Afghanistan, the mishandling of the COVID pandemic and the list goes on,” Pence continued in disbelief.
In other words, Pence would be a vastly superior alternative to Biden.
However, Pence does remain decidedly coy about his future intentions for the White House, providing an evasive answer when asked.
“We’ll do as our family has always done. We’ll reflect and pray and consider where we might next serve,” Pence replied in response to questions about possible 2024 intentions.
Pence also praised “American people advancing American ideals, traditional values, [and] a strong military,” underscoring how he takes a fundamentally different response than Biden with regards to his views of America.
Biden, on the other hand, drones on from his prewritten script, failing to bolster significant confidence in his administration.
“Record job creation. Record unemployment declines. Record wage gains,” Biden intoned.
Too bad that record inflation is even higher, steadily eating away at all those supposed “records” set by the Biden administration.
Which is precisely why Axios reporter Hans Nichols got real about Biden’s real achievement as president.
“There is one number they can’t really change right now and that is what the placard says at the local gas station and that number is high and that’s a daily jobs report that voters, that Americans, consumers see every day — and there is nothing the White House can do about it other than bring down the price of gasoline,” Nichols remarked, noting that the extreme increase in inflation ultimately render’s Biden’s scant accomplishments to be “largely irrelevant.”
Of course, no one would be happier than Ms. Hillary Clinton in the event of Biden ultimately buckling under pressure, which means that she can sweep in.
“I always thought the best politics is doing the best job you can do, and there are a lot that Democrats can talk about in the upcoming midterms. I’m aware that midterms are always difficult for the party in power, but we’ve got to start there and do a better job of telling it,” Clinton proclaimed.
Of course, she wants an integral piece of that story.
“There is a lot of good accomplishments to be putting up on the board, and the Democrats in office and out need to be doing a better job of making the case,” Clinton brayed, “frankly, standing up to the other side with their craziness and their calls for impunity and nuttiness that we hear coming from them. I don’t think the average American, frankly, wants to be governed by people who live in a totally different reality.”
Frankly, go back to grammar school as the “is” should very clearly be “are” instead in Ms. Clinton’s first statements.
Unless she thinks statements such as “His accomplishments is remarkable” is remotely correct in terms of subject-verb agreement.
As far as “people who live in a totally different reality?”
At least conservatives are aware of (and not offended by) two different genders, rather than 200.
Author: Jane Jones