Pence self-destructs over Constitution, then misses CPAC

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Harold Pease Ph.D.
Harold Pease, Ph.D.
Harold Pease, Ph.D. Special to Anza Valley Outlook Former Vice President Mike Pence, the second most important Republican, was noticeably absent from the conservative confab CPAC a couple of weeks ago. Why? He has no place to go. Right now, Pence is unlikely to ever serve elected office again. Normally, the vice president of a popular president follows the exiting president to the highest office in the land. Not now. Pence served honorably as Trump’s vice president and played a major role in the development of, what should be called, the Trump vaccine. Unlike Sens. Mitt Romney, Susan Collins and Lisa Murkowski, each more Democrat than Republican, he was totally conservative, loyal and religious. But sadly, he missed his moment in time and self-destructed in minutes because of hi
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