A dozen years in Congress, four-years as Governor of Indiana, at least one term as Vice President of the United States — and Mike Pence is going into a museum because a fly landed on his head.
Inspired by the Indiana statesman and the bug that touched-down on his white hair during Wednesday’s vice presidential debate, Milwaukee’s National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum is producing a bobblehead honoring the pair.
Mike Pence and Fly bobblehead (The National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum/)
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The $25 collectible also includes a plexiglass COVID-19 wall to remind future generations just how odd the sole 2020 vice presidential debate was by comparison.
Pre-orders are being taken for the “high quality” $25 statuette that will ship in January, according to the museum’s gift shop.
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It also includes a mini flyswatter, which Vice President Pence was not fortunate enough to have on hand during his back-and-forth with Democratic challenger Kamala Harris. Lucky for him, Harris didn’t have one either.
Joe Biden’s presidential campaign also cashed in on Pence and his visitor by selling $10 customized flyswatters on its website to support the Democratic ticket. They’re reported selling 15,000 of those practical keepsakes by Thursday morning.