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Mike Pence Wouldn't Stand For Korea At Olympics, And Now People Are Firing Back

Mike Pence Wouldn't Stand For Korea At Olympics, And Now People Are Firing Back
3 months ago

Vice President Mike Pence and Kim Jong Un's sister, Kim Yo Jong, sat near each other during the Olympic opening ceramony, but the two had zero interaction. They shared a box with  South Korean President Moon Jae-in and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe but when everyone in the box stood for the united team of North and South Korea, Pence and his wife stayed firmly planted in their seats refusing to rise. 

In an apparent move to prove a political point,  Pence and his wife only stood for The U.S. team. 

Hmmm.... where have we seen this sort of protest before? 

People wasted no time pointing out Pence's hypocrisy after he famously stormed out of a football game in faux shock that players on the field were taking a knee during the National Anthem. 

It seems Pence hasn't been winning over too many people on this trip. 

Meanwhile, as Pence was arriving in South Korea for the Olympic ceremony, Kim Jung Un, in a ridiculous show of power, was overseeing a massive military parade. 

Uh... wait a second didn't Trump just...

Okay, now we see how it works. Them: Sitting in protest, bad. Us: Sitting in protest, good. Them: Military parades, bad. Us: Military parades, good. 

H/T: Uproxx, AP