The Biden campaign had fly sweaters for sale in less than two hours after the vice president’s discussion, and they have been sold.

The Biden campaign had fly sweaters for sale in less than two hours after the vice president's discussion, and they have been sold.

Within minutes of Wednesday’s heated debate, Biden tweeted a photo of Joe Biden in a fly sweater and citation in the campaign, saying, “Pitch at $ 5 to help the campaign fly.”

If you missed it: A fly landed very noticeably on Vice President Mike Pence’s hardened head, while he sn. Kamala had a discussion with Harris. The fly lengthened, and the internet couldn’t stop talking about it.

Two hours later, the Biden campaign website was worth 10 “Try over flies” sweater.

And in just a few hours, a campaign spokesman said, about 35,000 sweaters have been sold.

“We’ve seen the internet and our supporters sharing the viral naline viral moment, so our digital team came together on the fly,” said Zach McNamara, commercial director of the Biden campaign. The goal was to show that “JB Biden and Kamala Harris will always choose unity over truth, science over literature, and division over falsehood.”

With various T-shirts reading “Tea Flight Vote Vote” and “Try Over Flies” next to the Bidin-Harris logo, ET sellers are also jumping on the bandwagon. An ATC dealer, Artemisa Clark, is selling a face mask with a photo of Mike Pence with a fly on his head. He said he has already sold 1,666 masks, and he also sells T-shirts and sweatshirts with the image.

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