Mike Pence Had a Fly on His Head During the VP Debate and the Internet Erupted

A small black fly landed on Vice President Mike Pence’s head for over a minute during the vice presidential debate with Senator Kamala Harris in Salt Lake City, Utah on Wednesday evening, and the internet erupted.



Mike Pence wearing a suit and tie: Vice President Mike Pence at the 2020 vice presidential debate on October 7, 2020.


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Vice President Mike Pence at the 2020 vice presidential debate on October 7, 2020.

Americans tuning into the debate saw the fly land on the left side of Pence’s head as Harris discussed whether justice was served in the case of Breonna Taylor. Viewers quickly seized on the moment, sharing memes, images and videos of the Republican to social media.

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“A fly lands on Vice President Pence during,” C-Span tweeted, alongside a video of the incident.

“I couldn’t take my eyes off the fly that perched on Mike Pence’s head during the debate,” former Democratic Coalition chair Jon Cooper tweeted.

“Update: the fly on Pence head has passed away from Covid-19. He was 1 day old,” comedian Dane Cook tweeted.

“The fly on Mike Pence’s head has captured more attention than anything Kamala Harris has said or done this whole debate,” comedian Savanah Hernandez tweeted.

“Pence has a fly on his head. Why?” filmmaker Chip Franklin tweeted.

“#VicePresidentialDebate2020 When they asked Pence about race. A fly landed on Pence’s head. The whole time he spoke the fly stayed there. Once he was done speaking on race the fly left. I think it’s a sign,” user @AfrDiasporaNews tweeted.

This is a developing story.

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