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LOL: Mike “Milquetoast” Pence Thinks He Can Take on Trump in 2024

Apparently, former Vice President Mike Pence is just as delusional as the rest of the Conservative, Inc., establishment faction of the GOP. That milquetoast man, according to a Newsweek report and CNN segment, thinks that he’s ready to pose a “major challenge” to Trump if Trump decides to run in 2024.

The report, which relies on Alyssa Farah, a former advisor to the former VP, details what Pence sees as his selling points and, hilariously delusionally, presents Pence as someone that might actually challenge Trump in 2024.

Farah, who has been highly critical of Trump since the 2020 election, went on CNN and detailed what she thinks Pence might do as the nation and party gear up for the 2024 election.

Specifically, she not only said that she thinks Pence will run and that the field won’t clear itself for Trump, but that “the coronation of Donald Trump would be the worst thing both for the party, but more importantly the country.

Apparently, accepting Trump as being the candidate most likely to beat whoever the Democrats have to offer amounts to a “coronation.”

But Farah doesn’t stop there. After declaring that she hoped Pompeo and DeSantis would also try to get in the way of Trump, she elaborated on what she saw as Pence’s winning characteristic, his milquetoast manner:

I think Pence knows that he’s uniquely positioned in that he can tout the record of things that so many Americans are still—still wish he were in office. The 74 million people who voted for Trump but without a lot of the downside.”

Apparently, Farah sees Pence’s lack of fighting spirit as something that will help him put up a “formidable fight” against Trump.

Despite those hopeful predictions from Pence’s RINO lackey, it’s unlikely the GOP base agrees. According to a Morning Consult poll, “Two-thirds of Republican voters say they want former President Donald Trump to run for president in 2024.” Furthermore, eighty-two percent of Republican voters view former President Trump favorably.

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Adding to Trump’s chances of once again clearing the field of challengers, those who want anyone other than him can’t settle on a challenger. Of those who don’t want Trump, 26% (13% of the GOP) want Pence, 20% (12% of the GOP) want DeSantis, and the remainder supports potential candidates as diverse as Donald Trump Jr. and Nikki Halley.

As the poll carries a margin of error of only two percent, that’s major news for Trump, as it means the majority of the party still stands with him and not with establishment figures like Pence and Halley.

So, while establishment apparatchiks like Farah might boldly proclaim that their anything other than bold masters present a significant challenge to Trump, such claims are likely inaccurate. When the polling of the “MAGA” candidates–Trump, DeSantis, and Trump Jr.– is tallied and compared to the establishment, they hold a whopping 65% of the GOP’s support compared to the 20ish% support Liz Cheney, Mitt Romney, and Mike Pence hold.

That high level of support for the MAGA agenda might be why Farah attempted to slander Trump as an aspiring autocrat at the end of her CNN interview, saying:

“There were things that he wanted to do when he was in power the first time that were well beyond the scope of what the U.S. president should be able to do, but oftentimes it was simply the motivation of hoping to win reelection that kept him from doing things. It’s very different in the second term and I think that’s what scares me the most.”

Given the large chunk of the GOP that wants Trump to run and the even larger segment of the party that views him favorably, it’s unlikely that many voters share Farah’s concerns and even less likely that they’d vote for Pence as a result of her libelous lies.

By: Gen Z Conservative, editor of Follow me on Parler and Gettr.

Article Syndicated from Trending Politics

26 thoughts on “LOL: Mike “Milquetoast” Pence Thinks He Can Take on Trump in 2024”

  1. Pence is absolutely HATED by the right. He betrayed us all. He’ll enter the race, working for the left in order to try and take votes from Trump. Won’te work. He’ll be an even bigger laughing stock. People do not like traitors and Pence is the champion of that, took the title from Benedict Arnold.

    1. Well stated sir. At one point I truly believed that Pence would hold to his Christian values and stand for his President but most of all for his Country. Judas would have done better

    2. At least Judas had the good taste to hang himself in embarrassment and depression for the horrible sin he committed.

    3. I have seen this strategy many times before. The rinos run a third candidate in the hopes of bleeding enough votes from the conservative to let the regressive win the election. Primary all the rinos out of office. If they still want to run, let them run in the daylight so everyone can see their philosophy honestly. I am tired of these phonies stabbing conservatives in the back. While we are at it, I would love to see all incumbent politicians and their families be audited financially so the corruption can be exposed. Open source audits would be the standard.

  2. The classic fly on the turd photo! Pence is a total douche loser and will not be even a 1% vote drain from Trump (There are some really stupid people out there – I.E. Biden voters). He is just wasting somebody’s money, probably Soros

  3. Pence is delusional, he has no shot what-so-ever. Please let him try and he will embarrass himself. It will be fun to watch.

    1. If he runs, pence will get dumped faster than “the ho” was dumped by demonKKKrats in the early primaries for 2020!

      Just saying……………..

  4. I’m one of those folks that want an alternative to Trump in the Republican primary. I can guarantee everyone that I don’t want it to be Pence.

    I’m hoping that someone like Rand Paul, or maybe Josh Hawley will run, so productive debates can be held. We need issues like the Russia Hoax and the vaccines explored. We need answers on the outcomes of those issues explored and debated.

    Why was the Russia Hoax allowed to drag on so long. Who were the Republican players that were involved and how. Why was Fauci allowed to be the architect of covid policy? Why wasn’t the 2020 election integrity better protected? Without these questions being asked, how can we be confident that a second Trump term will be better than the outcome of the first?

    1. “…how can we be confident that a second Trump term will be better than the outcome of the first?”

      Solid Republican majorities in the House and Senate, devoid of RINO “leaders” like Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell. Primary the RINOs and vote what remains of them out of leadership roles and Mr. Trump and his (our) agenda will prevail. If you recall it was RINO Ryan who defied Mr. Trump on the southern border wall, Obongocare and virtually every other issue. And McConnell has made it very plain that he hates Mr. Trump and his “America First” agenda.

  5. Pence has a lot of nerve showing his face anywhere in public.

    RINO’s are Communist Democrat moles who only talk a good game to get elected, but once in office, they wreak havoc on America.

  6. I think Pence scored 1% in the CPAC straw poll and received some boos while he was speaking. That’s the equivalent of getting punched in the face and spit on. It was a shock that Trump picked him as Pence had stated he was for open borders and Trump was running on a southern border wall. Pence’s speeches were contrived, neutral and often boring diatribes that seemed to patronize the evangelicals in our base, who love to hear his key words that underscore some religious themes. This was while the left was busy hammering Trump with multitudes of fake dossiers and two fake impeachment’s. They blocked everything he wanted to do for the economy which included laws designed to protect us from intellectual property threats, imbalanced trade, leftwing violence, and political corruption. Anti-Trump Pence is at least tone deaf and should understand that we don’t want him and his RINOs despite the corrupt GOP’s attempts to jam him down our throats. If he hasn’t paid off Dominion yet, he’s going to easily lose his primary.

  7. Pence would have to be either delusional or an idiot not to recognize how hated he is by rank-and-file conservative Republicans. If he is to run in 2024, let it be as a Democrat, representing his contemporaries.

  8. Pence is as much a puppet as Biden, he’s just not as basically stupid or befuddled.

    That being said, there is no way that the power brokers will EVER let Trump, or a Trump-lite clone within 100 miles of The Oval Office ever again.
    JFK was the first one to go up against Them, and he got a last minute detour through Dealey Plaza.
    Trump was the second and he barely got out of D.C. without wearing an orange jump suit.
    no way they give anyone a third chance.

  9. Pence was the only person who even had a chance to prevent the disastrous results of the fraudulent election and he failed. He’s a coward, betrayer and traitor. I will never vote for him. Who convinced him to refuse to certify? Was he paid off by someone or some organization? Was he and/or his family threatened and by whom?

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