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Donald Trump Gives an Important Message to Mike Pence That’s Exploding Media Myths

Since the January 6 melee, many people, including myself have been under the impression that Donald J. Trump and Mike Pence have been feuding over the handling of 2020 presidential election objections. According to reports, the fight almost got Pence killed, and came perilously close to launching a nuclear war.

Even during the sham of the impeachment hearings, the narrative was that Trump was so livid at Pence from his action that he didn’t care if he was harmed by raging insurrectionists and even used secret hand signals to target his new enemy.

The tweet that was sent out was REALLY a coded hit job message for the rioters and they were able to read between the lines to find it.

“Mike Pence didn’t have the courage to do what should have been done to protect our country and our Constitution,” Trump wrote in his tweet.

Did you catch it?

Truly terrifying!

“Mike Pence didn’t have the courage to do what should have been done to protect our country and our Constitution,” Trump wrote in his tweet.

Chilling stuff.

On CNN last month, anti-Trump gadfly Ana Navarro even argued that Trump “literally, literally” wanted to have Pence killed.

“And, look, remember, Donald Trump has shown consistently that he has no loyalty towards anybody,” she claimed. “Mike Pence had a four-year, you know, loyalty, fealty test with Donald Trump. He could not have been more loyal. Loyal to his own detriment. And yet, the one time Mike Pence did not — was not willing to cross the constitutional bridge, Donald Trump sent people after him. Not figuratively. Literally. Literally. After him. To kill him.”

Imagine now that reports have surfaced that Donald Trump has not only spoken to Mike Pence on multiple occasions, he even had kind words to say about him.

“Despite their differences, the reality is that they’ve had multiple conversations before [they] departed. The president thanked the vice president for his service, told him he did a great job, and they’ve even had conservations since then, including even this week,” said Marc Short, Pence’s former chief of staff, in an interview on Fox News.

Trump “thanked” the vice president. Told him he did a “great job” while in office. This is according to Mike Pence’s former chief of staff.

Watch the illuminating interview below:

When asked if Trump and Pence had “mended fences,” Short replied, “I think so.”

Thus ends yet another media myth designed to divide the right and weaken the Democrats’ opposition.

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