Biden Fundraises off Huge bug after it Lands on Pence’s Head and Steals Show at VP Debate

A third candidate on stage may have shocked viewers of the US Vice-Presidential debate: a persistent fly that refused to move from the head of VP Mike Pence, causing many to declare the insect as the victor of the night.

Though the candidates were separated by plexiglass shields during Wednesday night’s debate amid fears of Covid-19, the precautions were no match for the intrepid fly, which was seen camping atop Pence’s head for several minutes while he and Senator Kamala Harris traded barbs on stage.

With a far less contentious debate than the first contest between President Donald Trump and Democratic candidate Joe Biden, the fly quickly stole the show, becoming the most discussed topic of the night and dominating the Twitter trends.

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Countless netizens from all political persuasions gathered behind the good showing of the fly, many giving it a high ranking over its human rivals in the debate.

Biden wasted no time before enlisting the fly to work on behalf of his campaign, sharing an image of himself wielding a fly swatter with a punny caption.

Providing a rare moment of unity in American politics, the fly has brought together the most vocal opponents and supporters of the Donald Trump administration, putting conservative activists on the same page as Antifa, who both voiced support for the insect

With its newfound celebrity, the insect soon had his own Twitter handle – a swarm of them, in fact – while some joked it had “totally gone Hollywood,” already letting the fame go to its head.

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