New Mike Pence Tv Ad Is A Complete Humiliation For Republicans

It has been difficult for the other 2024 GOP presidential contenders outside of Florida Governor Ron DeSantis to garner very much attention given that the majority of eyes (and the media attention) in the Political World are centered on Donald Trump, the three different indictments handed down during the past five months, and the questions circulating around them all.In an effort to counter the noise machine created by President Biden’s policies that have led to a sharp increase in gas prices and growing energy dependence, Mike Pence, the former governor of Indiana and Trump’s former vice president released an energy plan this week.

According to Pence’s campaign website, his energy plan page stated, “America must possess the energy capacity to generate its own electricity to power our economy and also lead in the global energy future if we are to win the future.”

The statement continued, “President Pence will ensure that America leads the entire globe again by eliminating artificial government limitations, ending preferences, and promoting independent manufacturing of every kind of American energy.”

Along with the plan’s release, Pence cut a 60-second ad during which he reminded people of the average cost of gas at the time he and Trump departed from office in January 2020 while pointing out that it has increased dramatically under Joe Biden. According to the AAA gas price checker, the average gasoline price this week was hovering at $3.84 per gallon.

At first sight, Pence merely appears to be doing what any other person would do—pumping gas into what appears to be his truck.

But if you view it carefully again, you’ll see that a few things are amiss. Pence never chooses a gasoline grade, to start with. Second, he doesn’t have his finger on the lever that operates the gas pump. Due to the lack of a credit card or debit card in sight, he also forgets to pay for the petrol.

The background beeping was picked up by political analyst Pat Gray, who informed Pence of what he had forgotten to do.

“Hey Pence,” Gray kindly informed him, “That beeping that you hear is the sound when choosing the fuel grade.”

Another comedian said that Pence was a “psycho” and “can’t be trusted” since his truck didn’t have a bed liner.

Was this advertisement a turning point in Mike Pence’s presidential campaign, though, in all seriousness? Obviously not.

However, it serves as a timely reminder for politicians of all shades that refraining from releasing well-orchestrated campaign ads depicting you as anything other than a regular American may be the best way to at least appear to be one.

Author: Steven Sinclaire


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