According to third-party services and Twitter’s “Following,” Pence did not follow Trump on January 6 2021 (but he later re-followed Trump).
Older remarks and actions by the vice president resurfaced again years later as part of a popular meme.
The vice president of the United States wrote in 1999 that the animated movie proved it was a “bad idea” for women to be service members.
Hundreds of thousands of Facebook users shared an article claiming that United States President Donald Trump was “now trying to get Mike Pence impeached,” but be wary of extraordinary claims from a single source.
A viral tweet claims that Iceland’s biggest firms and companies honored the United States’ vice president with a rainbow display.
A Facebook parody page is behind false reports that Vice President Mike Pence defended former White House Aid Rob Porter with a bible verse.
A fake news website and Facebook account designed to look like Fox News is behind false reports that Vice President Mike Pence said Americans need more Jesus Care.
Vice President Mike Pence didn’t say he was disappointed in husbands and fathers for letting the WOmen’s March happen; that rumor was based on satire.
Vice President-elect Mike Pence didn’t outright say that he supports gay conversion therapy, or electroshock gay conversion therapy, contrary to rumors.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence said that allowing rape victims to get abortions would lead to women trying to get raped.