Vice President Mike Pence abruptly left, and the entire nation is shocked. The details are spreading like wildfire across the country — it is a bombshell report.
Earlier this month, Pence was pulled from Air Force Two before leaving for a scheduled trip to New Hampshire and, until now, silence has been the preferred method of addressing the matter. But now we know why Pence’s visit was canceled.
Concern arose over one of the individuals that Pence would be spending time with while in New Hampshire: Jeff Hatch. According to law enforcement, Hath was under federal investigation at the time for dealing drugs.
Specifically, he stood accused of transporting $100,000 worth of the deadly drug known as fentanyl to another state. Hatch has now pled guilty of the crime and is going to prison. He will also pay a hefty fine as part of the sentencing.
Pence was prepared to meet with Hatch, a former NFL player, who, until his termination, worked for an addiction treatment facility in New Hampshire called Granite Recovery Centers.
The meeting with Pence was promoted as “a roundtable discussion with former patients and alumni at the Granite Recovery Center headquarters” to discuss opioid addiction and recovery.
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