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A new role for former Vice-President Mike Pence

(Ryan Dorgan/The Elkhart Truth)

The former vice president is getting a new role.

Mike Pence will join Heritage Foundation, a conservative think-tank, as a distinguished fellow.

Heritage Foundation says Pence will advise its public policy experts on conservative issues, write a monthly column for its Daily Signal, and “help steer the future of conservatism.”

Pence said in a statement the Heritage Foundation is a “flagship of the conservative movement” and he’s honored to join them.

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2 comments

Charles U Farley February 8, 2021 at 10:34 am

Just another religious RINO.

Benedict Pence can pen all the papers he wants, but We the People will not heed them… Nor will we soon forget his treason.

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Steven J. Witmer February 8, 2021 at 2:38 pm

In 2010 I worked my butt off to get pence elected as governor in Indiana. He visited a breakfast group in South Bend, Indiana to thank all of those attending with a handshake.

I was able to personally hand pence a copy of Our U. S. Constitution which he placed into his suit jacket pocket.

He either negated to read and understand it or chose to ignore it!!!

Steven J. Witmer

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