Investigators fairly certain that Tim Kaine is responsible for multiple pizzas delivered to Pence headquarters

vp-debateWith most of America divided over who won the Vice Presidential debate this past Tuesday, some startling accusations have been brewing in Mike Pence’s camp. The accusations are regarding actions believed perpetrated by his opponent Tim Kaine.
Shortly following the debate on Tuesday night, 12 large pizzas with various toppings and four 2 liter sodas arrived at the Pence Headquarters just outside of Longwood University in Virginia.

Order seemed very uncharacteristic for the Governor

“I blame myself for the mishap,” explained office manager Christina Burroughs. “When I signed the voucher for the food delivery, I noticed that there were no paper plates, cups or utensils included with the order.  This is very uncharacteristic for the Governor when it comes to ordering food for his staff. He doesn’t like to see the dishes pile up in the office sink. This is due to many staff members are terribly dismissive and absent-minded when it comes to their day on the chore wheel. It was only after the Governor had returned and several interns made it a point to thank Mr. Pence personally for this unexpected treat, that we had realized that the Governor had not placed the order.”
An investigation was launched immediately following with all signs pointing to Tim Kaine as the most likely suspect and a subpoena was issued for Senator Kaine’s phone records.
 Sources tell us that Pence was most upset due to the fact that no one had informed of the delivery until only a few slices of veggie supreme were left unconsumed, no barbecue chicken and no pepperoni.

Troubles continue for the Democratic Vice Presidential candidate

UNITED STATES - NOVEMBER 18: Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va., talks with reporters outside of the senate luncheons in the Capitol, November 18, 2014. (Photo By Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call) (CQ Roll Call via AP Images)

Sources tell Realistic Industries that Tim Kaine’s support in the Latino community has taken a significant nosedive since the Senator’s misuse of the informal “Tu” noun recently at a press conference earlier today.