Mike Pence Makes Stunning Pit Stop On Route To Super Bowl- What Happens Next Sets Internet ON FIRE

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Vice President is at the Super Bowl and it looks like he brought some very special guests with him.

“En route to Houston for Super Bowl LI. Our traveling group includes a serviceman who supports the & one for the .”

From The Hill:

Vice President Mike Pence arrived at Andrews Air Force Base on Sunday afternoon to escort two wounded soldiers and their guests to the Super Bowl in Houston.

Pence landed at the base shortly after noon to meet up with Marine Staff Sgt. Anthony Mannino, Jr., who was wounded in Iraq in 2008, and Army Staff Sgt. Frederick Manning, who was injured in Afghanistan last year, to fly them to the game aboard Air Force Two.

Mannino invited his wife Diane as his guest and Manning brought along his nurse from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Army Sgt. First Class Charles Stanley.

Mannino is rooting for the New England Patriots, while Manning is pulling for their opponent, the Atlanta Falcons.

“We’ve got Falcons fans. We’ve got Patriot fans,” Pence said, shaking their hands upon meeting them, according to the pool report.

“There’ll be a winner on this plane on the way back,” he quipped.

Pence told the military heroes that the VIP trip was a “small token of the gratitude of the people of this country. We’re honored you’re with us.”

Before arriving at the game, they all stopped for some good ol’ TEXAS BBQ!

“Anyone who knows the Pence family knows we can’t pass up good BBQ. Had to stop by Pappa’s in Houston on the way to Super Bowl LI.”

Pence is a great American.

Trump did good by choosing him as our VP.

God Bless.

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