Mike Pence wants a political comeback.
The former Vice President is taking a different path back into national conversation.
Mike Pence has a surprising new job with Fox News that could change everything.
As American Patriot Daily reports:
“The program will document Limbaugh’s childhood beginnings in the hometown of Cape Girardeau, Missouri, to his eventual place as the most powerful radio talk show host of all time,” a Fox News press release read.
The series was broken down into four parts covering the various stages of Limbaugh’s 32-year career on the radio and his impact on American politics.
The Daily Caller reports:
The special will begin with “Act One: The Spoken Word,” which will dive into Limbaugh’s “big break.” The second act features the “Revolution,” diving into his radio show’s growth and his “new role of field general for the ‘Republican Revolution.’”
Act three plans to explore the “Rise of the New Right” and will include information about Limbaugh’s personal and professional struggles. The series ends with act four, titled “A Blessed Life,” according to Fox News.
Mike Pence is slowly beginning to re-emerge after leaving Washington.
Pence’s first move was to publish an op-ed on The Daily Signal denouncing Nancy Pelosi’s power grab to gut laws protecting against voter fraud and pushing risky schemes that undermine election integrity.
And now Pence is narrating a documentary on the number one conservative media platform covering the professional career of the number one conservative media figure.
Pence clearly has 2024 in mind with these moves.
Mike Pence knows his reputation with a portion of the Trump base took a hit when he performed his constitutional duty and certified the results of the 2020 election.
So Pence is trying to follow the Ronald Reagan blueprint while out of office.
In the 1970s, Reagan delivered a series of radio commentaries on the issues of the day that allowed Reagan to drill down his political philosophy and communicate conservative values to audiences of between 20 and 30 million people.
Fox News is still the number one cable news channel for conservatives.
And the Limbaugh series will draw millions of viewers.
When Mike Pence runs for president in 2024, he wants Republican primary voters to associate him with narration of the series about Rush Limbaugh’s life, which will be very popular with conservatives.
Other conservatives like Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem are building followings with the Republican base by virtue of their fight against so-called “public health experts” and their failed lockdown and mask mandate strategies.
And if Mike Pence runs for president in 2024, he will find a crowded and competitive Republican primary field.