This must be really annoying the pence campaign.
After the Vice-Presidential Debate Wednesday night between Senator Kamala Harris and Vice President Mike Pence, a number of online retailers, primarily Amazon and Etsy, began selling shirts that were labeled “I’m Talking” or “Mr. Vice President, I speak ”- noted Harris, who turned to Pence when trying to speak about Harris during the debate.
In addition, some of the site sellers pushed for merchandise pointing to the now viral moment when a fly landed on the Vice President’s head, including shirts that read “The Fly Doesn’t Lie” or “Truth About Flies” as well as face masks the label “Flies for Biden”.
The Biden campaign itself had also published a new article on the Biden Victory Fund’s online site shortly after the debate – a fly swatter.
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As of Thursday morning, the item was already sold out.
Such goods are not brand new on the Biden campaign official website. After the first presidential debate last Tuesday, the Biden Victory Fund debuted with a t-shirt that said, “Will You Shut Up, Man?” – A reference to a remark Biden made during one of the multiple times President Trump interrupted the former Vice President later that evening.
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The same online store had previously posted T-shirts that read “I paid more income tax than Donald Trump” in response to reports that the president only paid $ 750 in taxes to the federal government in 2016 and 2017. Trump later rejected this report, which was published in the New York Times as “false news” and “fabricated”.
Pence also responded to these allegations during Wednesday’s debate after Harris questioned the president’s tax payments and further alleged Trump owed $ 400 million. Instead, Pence said the president paid “tens of millions in taxes”.
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It is unclear whether the upcoming presidential debates will produce additional goods with phrases or topics that have been raised by the candidates – and whether the debates will even take place.
On Thursday morning, the Presidential Debate Commission announced that the next Presidential Debate, scheduled for October 15, will be held virtually to protect participants, the moderator and the audience. But shortly afterwards, the Trump campaign announced that it would not take part in the virtual campaign. She called them “a sad excuse to save Joe Biden” and attacked the Presidential Debate Commission as “swamp creatures”.