Tuesday, May 18th, 2021

Mike Pence in Recovery After Having Pacemaker Implanted

The office of Former Vice President Mike Pence announced that he will make a full recovery after having a pacemaker implanted this week.

Pence’s office issued a media release explaining that he had “experienced symptoms associated with a slow heart rate” over the past few weeks. This led doctors to recommend he get a pacemaker.

“I am grateful for the swift professionalism and care of the outstanding doctors, nurses and staff at Inova Heart and Vascular Institute, including Dr. Brett Atwater and Dr. Behnam Tehrani,” Pence said in a statement. “I also appreciate the consultation of my longtime Indiana physicians, Dr. Michael Busk and Dr. Charles Taliercio at Ascension St. Vincent.”

“My family has been truly blessed by the work of these healthcare professionals,” he added.

According to a Fox News report, “Pence first disclosed an asymptomatic heart blockage in 2016 after becoming the GOP’s nominee for vice president.”

4 Responses

  1. I pray the healing presence of Lord Jesus to overshadow him to allow him to still live long and finish strong.

  2. Should have some other type of transplant, one that deal s with having some testosterone to make a decision about fake elections in the key swing states that allowed this democrat takeover of our country, he is just like many republicans, just there in name, can you say Rino?

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