There is nothing worse in this world than when people who you have done really nice things for turn out to be against you.
Mike Pence would have easily been able to do the right thing when he had the chance to save the election from being stolen but didn’t have the guts to do it.
At the end of the day, he is just a flash in the pan that Donald Trump picked so he would have a warm body waiting as Vice President. Look at the guy, he doesn’t exactly look like he’s that much fun to be around and if you didn’t know who he was, you wouldn’t think he was anyone special.
Former Vice President Mike Pence declined an invitation to speak at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) next week, according to multiple reports. Organizers of the annual conservative conference are seeking to change the former vice president’s mind about attending or giving remarks, an unidentified source confirmed to CNN.
Another unidentified source confirmed to the outlet that Pence is planning to stay out of the headlines for at least six months after leaving office in January.
The former vice president announced earlier this month that he will join the Heritage Foundation as a distinguished visiting fellow. He is also set to start a podcast, pen a monthly op-ed, and speak at conferences and colleges in a new role as the Ronald Reagan Presidential Scholar at the conservative Young America’s Foundation.
CPAC will kick off on Thursday in Orlando, Fla. The annual conference will end next Sunday, with former President Trump set to give closing remarks in his first public appearance since leaving the White House last month.
The annual conference is traditionally held in Maryland, but it was moved to Orlando this year in order to avoid strict coronavirus restrictions.