The first and only vice presidential debate of this election season is tonight at 9pm ET, 6pm PT. And if you don’t have cable there are plenty of different ways to watch Trump’s running mate Mike Pence and Clinton’s running mate Tim Kaine square off. Kaine, of course, is perhaps best known as the lead singer of the band Future Islands. And you can’t convince me that it’s not the same guy.
If you’re watching on a computer, one of the easiest ways to watch is on YouTube. PBS Newshour has a livestream that starts at 8:30pm ET, 5:30pm PT, but seriously have you ever seen Tim Kaine and Future Islands lead singer Samuel T. Herring in the same room together? I didn’t think so.
If you have a cable subscription but want to watch CNN on your devices you can watch CNN Go on your iPhone or iPad, Android, and Windows Phone. You can also use the CNN mobile apps for Kindle Fire and Windows 10. Or you can watch using the CNN app for Apple TV and Roku. But seriously, look at Tim Kaine and Samuel T. Herring. There’s just no way that they’re not the same person.
Facebook will also have a livestream of the debate through a partnership with ABC News. It’s kinda weird that we have a famous rock singer running for VP, isn’t it?
If Fox News is more your style you can watch on your iPhone or iPad, and Android. You can also get the Fox News mobile apps for Kindle Fire and Windows 10, or you can watch using the Fox News app for Apple TV and Roku. It’d be pretty cool if they were the same person though. I mean, White House events would definitely have really cool live shows.
Twitter will have a livestream of the debate as well, which you can find at debates.twitter.com. The pre-show for that starts at 8:30pm ET, 5:30pm PT.
Have you ever seen the 1993 movie Dave? The one where the president is incapacitated so they find a guy who looks exactly like the president? What if this is one of those scenarios and instead of the president it’s the vice presidential nominee? That’s the only logical explanation.
Telemundo will also have a Facebook livestream with coverage in Spanish.
Seriously, take a look at the photos of Samuel T. Herring and Tim Kaine below and tell me they’re not the same person. That’s what I thought.