They didn't allow phones or electronic devices at the debate. Also, it doesn't matter.
What was the question he asked that made him famous?
"What steps will your energy policy take to meet our energy needs, while at the same time remaining environmentally friendly and minimizing job loss for fossil power plant workers?" That's not why he became famous.
Who is he voting for?
It doesn't matter. His vote is exactly as important as yours.
What is all this talk about the porn channel he frequented on Reddit?
It doesn't matter. His sexual fetishes mean absolutely nothing to anyone other than himself and his wife.
He's married? What does his wife think about all this?
It doesn't matter. You don't know her.
What's his opinion on the Trayvon Martin shooting?
It doesn't matter. He is one voice in a sea of millions. His view on the shooting should not affect yours in any way.
But his Twitter account has 250,000 followers. Doesn't that make him influential?
Big Ben has 483,000 followers. Neither of their opinions should affect yours in any way.
But he was even on Jimmy Kimmel Live. That has to make him somewhat influential, right?
He was asked to be on Jimmy Kimmel Live because he was an internet buzz. His opinions should not affect yours in any way.