Prince Charles Appeared To Snub Mike Pence At A Holocaust Event In Jerusalem

January 23, 2020 / Posted by:

Yesterday, Prince Charles made headlines for flying private to the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, to lecture people on climate change. And Charles is in the news again today for appearing to snub Mike Pence, Vice President of The Keebler Commission on Whoopsy Fudge Stripes, and in his spare time, The United States of America. Maybe Prince Harry called in a favor with pops to take some of the heat off of him and Meghan Markle, because we haven’t seen Prince Charles in the news this much since Tampongate.

On Thursday, Charles traveled from Davos to Jerusalem (presumably on the same PJ) to attend the World Holocaust Forum, at which Mike Pence was to give a speech about the new E.L. Fudge Double Stuff’d Elfwitches he and mother came up with while laying in (separate) beds one morning. According to The Times Of Israel:

Britain’s Prince Charles appeared to snub US Vice President Mike Pence during Thursday’s World Holocaust Forum in Jerusalem.

As he arrived for the event in Jerusalem, Charles shook hands with the event’s organizer, Moshe Kantor, then walked by Pence, looking him in the face, before continuing on to shake hands with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Pence stood silently as the prince walked by and patted him on the arm.

Here’s poor Mike getting passed over like a damp looking Fudge Stick that’s been nibbled by a 3-year-old with the sniffles and put out on a plate at a birthday party.

It sure looks like a snub but the VP’s office swears that Prince Charles is like, Mike’s bestest friend. His press secretary went on the offensive, supplying photographic evidence of Prince Charles not snubbing the VP “prior to entering the event floor,” which doesn’t really prove anything because it’s totally possible that Charles saw Mike pick his nose right after this.

It looks to me like Charles is lecturing the VP about how the last packet of Whoopys he bought had the fudge going the wrong direction and is urging him to get his house in order. Meanwhile, back at Buckingham Palace, Charles’ brother Prince Andrew has just popped his head out of the laundry basket he’s been hiding in and asking mummy if it’s safe to come out now.

Pic: Twitter

Our commenting rules: Don't be racist or bigoted, or get into long-ass fights, or go way off topic when not in an Open Post. Also, promoting adblockers is not allowed. And some comment threads will be pre-moderated, so it may take a second for your comment to show up if it's approved.

alt="drupal analytics" >