Candace Owens slams 'lost' Democrats for mocking Pence over fly landing on his head during vice presidential debate
CANDACE Owens slammed the "lost" Democrats for mocking Mike Pence over a fly landing on his head during the vice presidential debate.
The right-wing commentator concluded her Wednesday night comments with the hashtags of "Keep America Great" and "Make America Great Again."
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"I don't who needs to hear this but…if your “gotcha” tweet of the night was dedicated to a fly on Mike Pence’s head, it’s because your team lost— Badly," Owens wrote on Twitter.
The bug made its home on VP Pence's head for more than two minutes as he and his Democrat rival fielded questions on their campaigns during the vice presidential debate in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Wednesday night's incident at Kingsbury Hall sparked laughter and comical social media posts from viewers across America.
It even prompted Joe Biden to tweet a photo of himself with a fly swatter.
Biden wrote to Twitter: "Pitch in $5 to help this campaign fly. https://joe.link/3nvsFwL"
Approximately 10 minutes later, Biden shared a link to flywillvote.com – which redirected to the Democratic National Committee's "I will Vote" website.
Footage of the incident – which was immediately shared to Twitter – has since obtained more than 900,000 views.
"The fly knew it's 2 minute limit," a Twitter user wrote, referring to how Pence and Harris had two minutes apiece to talk when answering questions during the 90-minute debate.
The viral video is two minutes and three seconds long.
As the fly landed on Pence's head, the vice president was speaking highly of the "men and women who serve in law enforcement."
Pence's slight head movements weren't enough to make the fly change its location.
The entertaining mishap comes exactly four years after a fly landed on then-presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's face during her debate with Donald Trump.
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