Mike Pence’s most recent career move has shocked everyone

Ask most anyone with their finger on America’s political pulse, and they’ll tell you they believe Mike Pence is setting up for a 2024 Presidential run.

He has been quiet since leaving the White House, but many believed he was plotting his post-Vice Presidential path.

But now, Mike Pence’s most recent career move has shocked everyone.

Fox News recently announced that they have hired Pence to narrate a documentary series about the late conservative talk radio giant Rush Limbaugh.

The series is entitled The Age of Rush.

In a statement released by Fox News, the network announced the series and stated that it will document Limbaugh’s childhood beginnings in Missouri and follow him on to the radio talk show powerhouse he became.

The documentary will show the rise of Limbaugh and the impact he had on the American people.

It will end with the final episode dedicated to showing Limbaugh’s battle with lung cancer.

The series will include interviews with Limbaugh’s producer James Golden, aka “Bo Snerdley,” as well as Sean Hannity, Mark Levin, Brian Kilmeade, Mark Steyn, Larry Elder, and Fox News anchor Bill Hemmer, MediaBuzz host Howard Kurtz, and Fox contributor Newt Gingrich. 

Mike Pence’s involvement is getting a lot of attention because it seems to be the first real career move he has made since leaving office.

Pence was at one time a former radio talk show host himself.

Following Limbaugh’s death last year, Pence told Fox News that he had been inspired to go into talk radio by Rush and even described himself as “Rush Limbaugh on decaf.”

The former Vice President isn’t joining Fox News as a contributor like some other Trump White House staffers have, but his decision to return to the public eye is notable given his relatively low profile the last few months.

It’s anyone’s guess as to what this means for Mike Pence, but aligning himself with such a beloved, conservative talk radio host like Rush Limbaugh could play well for him in a 2024 Presidential Primary.

Stay tuned to Right News Wire for any updates to this ongoing story.