Poll after poll is revealing former President Donald Trump to be a rising star once again, especially in the wake of the highly politicized intimidation of him by a woke district attorney, Alvin Bragg.
Bragg clearly has nothing to brag about given the shameful state of New York City, especially with regards to excess costs coupled with excess crimes, so he apparently thought it was a great idea to spend all his time trumping up phony charges against the former president.
Alas, his efforts appear to have empowered Trump more than ever.
Nonetheless, former Vice President Mike Pence continues to tease a potential 2024 run, especially given his recent participation in three different events in Iowa, a key battleground state.
Needless to say, this trio has triggered major 2024 rumors.
Arguing in favor of “a great Republican victory and a great American comeback in 2024,” Pence focused at length on a number of important topics for the nation’s future, taking great pains to ensure he kept the focus on Democrats’ failed policies, rather than Republican infighting amongst potential candidates.
Taking a clear page from Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’s book, Pence kept his attention on the current, utterly disastrous administration, rather than the fearsome competition posed by Trump.
“It has never been more important for Iowa to choose the right leadership of the Republican Party to lead us out of the failed policies of the Biden-Harris administration,” Pence intoned.
Seriously. And one of the major failed policies includes the administration’s rather warped ideas about conservatives.
“The reality is that millions of Americans believe that we have a two-tiered system of justice in this country. One that applies to Democrats and one that applies to Republicans … And I think that equal justice before the law that every American deserves and my hope is that’ll be reflected in decisions that are made going forward,” Pence remarked.
Yep. Not exactly very “equitable” on the Democrats’ part, but they don’t care about equity when it comes to conservatives and others who dare to embrace diversity of thought.
Whenever Trump’s name did arise, Pence spoke about him in highly glowing, yet authentic, manner, starting with his acknowledgement of the fact that their relationship soured following the events of January 6.
“It obviously – it did not end well … But all those four years the president and I had a good working relationship. Oftentimes different temperament to things, but we both understood each other, we were both working the same agenda,” Pence noted.
In other words, while Pence and Trump have wildly different communication styles, their core values are the same.
And those core values include saying no to transgender militantism, saying no to BLM/Antifa violence, saying no to defunding the police, saying no to arrogant school boards … and saying yes to the citizens and constitution.
With those values, amongst others, it is fairly clear why Pence may perceive himself as a viable option for 2024, especially if Democrats somehow make it impossible for Trump to run.
Knowing them, they will likely create a way, even if they have to break countless laws to do so.
Which is precisely where other candidates may step in, such as Pence.
Just consider the opening line the former vice president delivered upon taking the stage at the Johnson County Republican Reagan Dinner.
“Everything good starts in Iowa!” Pence proclaimed.
Clearly, a harbinger of things to come.
Author: Jane Jones