Mike Pence calls his wife, Karen Pence, “Mother” and the Internet is creeped out by the revelation. While Paris Jackson is the cover girl of the latest issue of Rolling Stone, inside, there is a fascinating piece on Mr. Pence. The profile entitled “The Radical Crusade of Mike Pence” zoomed in on some of the harsh policies enacted by Pence when he was Governor of Indiana. According to the piece, Pence stamped on the rights of LGBTQ people with the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, women by signing numerous bills that restricted abortions, and the poor due to the largest tax cut in Indiana’s history.
The magazine also shared a mini bio of Mr. Pence that revealed how the conservative radio and television talk host, made it to the United States Congress, went on to become the 48th vice president of the United States and has been given the nickname of de facto president.
However, RS’ profile is grabbing headlines for another reason – a Democrat, who dined with Pence when he was governor, said it was a bizarre experience because he referred to his wife of 30 years as “Mother.”
The lawmaker said during that period, Democrats and the Republican politician were at odds over thorny issues, and a dinner was organized at the governor’s mansion to smooth things over.
During the gathering, the lawmaker said he discovered that Mr. Pence was unable to hold a conversation. Additionally, he learned that Pence and his spouse have a strange relationship where they love to shout at each other over dinner.
The person explained: “Pence shouted to his wife, Karen, his closest adviser, at the other end of the table. Pence said Mother, Mother, who prepared our meal this evening?” The Democrats in the room were baffled by what occurred. They assumed it was a joke, but during the evening, Pence continued to call his wife “mother.”
The individual went on to reveal: “But a few minutes later, Pence shouted again, Mother, Mother, whose china are we eating on?” Mrs. Pence or should we say Mother Pence sat down with the liberal legislators and spoke at length about the china.