Mike Pence is plotting his post-Vice Presidential future.
Everyone thought it involved a run for President in 2024.
But Mike Pence landed a new job with Fox News that took everyone by surprise.
Fox News hired Mike Pence to narrate a documentary series about the late conservative talk radio legend Rush Limbaugh entitled “The Age of Rush.”
“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 statement announcing the series read.
The “Age of Rush” will be a four part series that covers the 32-year professional career and the rise of Limbaugh as well as his impact on American life.
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.
Pence’s involvement in the project is drawing attention because it’s the first concrete move made by the former Vice President since leaving office.
By narrating the series about Rush Limbaugh’s life, Pence will be able to associate himself in the minds of voters with one of the most popular figures in the conservative movement on a program that millions will watch.
And, make no mistake, this is Mike Pence’s first step toward a 2024 Presidential campaign.
Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.