Twitter can't stop joking about Susan Page's debate bracelet

There is a lot to unpack when it comes to the 2020 vice presidential debate. Even before the debate began, there were concerns about the safety of everyone involved given the coronavirus pandemic. California Sen. Kamala Harris and Vice President Mike Pence were twelve feet apart with plexiglass between them. Late rapper Tupac Shakur (somehow) had a reserved seat at the debate. Then, the debate started with interruption after interruption even with Susan Page present to moderate the debate and try to keep things on track. She was even a part of a viral moment when she apologized for addressing the Democratic vice presidential nominee as "Kamala Harris" instead of "Senator Harris." 

Sure, there are a lot of things to pick apart in terms of the content from the debate, but a lot of people just want to know what's going on with the lime green bracelet Page had on her wrist.

Susan Page's lime green bracelet has people talking

One viewer tweeted, "First Twitter question of the night: What's the bracelet Susan Page has on?" And he wasn't the only one who wanted to know about the standout accessory choice. Some people tweeted out their theories about the bracelet, along with some funny jokes, of course. Another person asked, "Is #SusanPage wearing a #LymeDiseaseAwareness bracelet? What is her bracelet?" 

Someone joked, "What is this neon green bracelet Susan is wearing? Did she go to the pool or a theme park before she decided to show up at this debate to let Pence monologue all over the stage?" Another viewer tweeted, "why is the moderator rockin a 21 plus bracelet u get before u go into a club lol." A different tweeted had a similar thought, posting, "Does Susan Page have a drink bracelet." Probably not, but she might have wished she had one during the debate.

A viewer tweeted, "What is with moderator's green bracelet? Is it me or does it look like a hospital bracelet?" Another person chimed in, "Is Susan Page preemptively wearing a green hospital ID bracelet because she's resigned to catching the Rona from Pence?" That was likely a reference to the questions about Vice President Mike Pence possibly contracting coronavirus given his close proximity to others that tested positive, including President Donald Trump.

The bracelet might be a part of a security clearance, but it is definitely a source of comic relief on social media.