SHOT/CHASER: Mike Pence Doesn’t Like Being Labeled an Ideologue, But ACTUALLY He Does.

SHOT/CHASER: Mike Pence Doesn’t Like Being Labeled an Ideologue, But ACTUALLY He Does.

In 2010: Mike Pence preferred to be introduced as “A Christian, a Conservative, and a Republican – in that order”

INDIANAPOLIS – When asked if he was an ideologue, Governor Mike Pence said yesteday he “didn’t focus a whole lot on labels” and certainly thought “name calling had no place in politics.” However, does Mike Pence forget that the introduction he preferred in 2010 were the labels “Christian, a Conservative, and a Republican”?

Sounds a lot like Mike Pence enjoys using labels – but only on his terms.

SHOT: December 2015, when asked about if he was an ideologue, Mike Pence told WISH-TV he “didn’t want to focus on labels” and “name calling had no place in politics”.

WATCH: Mike Pence didn’t want to “focus on labels”

CHASER: September 2010, after being introduced at the Values Voter Summit in Washington, D.C., then U.S. Representative Mike Pence said he preferred to be introduced as “A Christian, a Conservative, and a Republican – in that order”.

WATCH (1:24:38 Mark): Mike Pence prefers to be introduced as “A Christian, a Conservative, and a Republican – in that order.”