This major Democrat’s career could come to an end after this startling footage dropped
The Midterm elections are in the final stretch. Any error can change the outcome of a race since there is so little time to recover.
Now this major Democrat’s career could come to an end after this startling footage dropped.
John Fetterman, a Democrat running for the Pennsylvania Senate, suffers from cognitive impairment as a result of a near-fatal stroke in May.
The fact that Fetterman needed specialized translation software to get through an interview on NBC and that the reporter claimed he couldn’t understand simple small chat despite the use of computer transcription convinced voters that Fetterman is both intellectually and physically unfit to be a senator.
In the final three weeks of a campaign, Fetterman’s brief and infrequent appearances are scrutinized, so a video of him meandering through a stump speech incoherently while his astonished fans watched in silence took on new significance.
FETTERMAN: “Send me to Washington, D.C. to take on—to make sure I push back against work to work.”
*literally one person cheers* pic.twitter.com/PX6AKh7cnE
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) October 15, 2022
The corporate-controlled media is likewise making every effort to keep the public in the dark about Fetterman’s condition.
In an article she wrote, activist Kara Voght of Rolling Stone claimed that Giselle Fetterman was the “de facto candidate,” although she later withdrew that claim from a tweet.
However, Voght left the wording about Giselle Fetterman adopting the position of candidate because her husband is disabled in her story.
“Then her husband had a stroke four days before the primary for the U.S. Senate. Suddenly, the reluctant political spouse became the de facto candidate. ‘I just had to survive, I just had to go,’ she says of that time. Did she consider asking John to step out of the race? ‘It wasn’t my decision to make,’ she says. ‘If you have the ability to make lives better, then it’s your duty to do so.’ And if he has the green light from every doctor, then I support that,” Voght wrote.
Following his stroke, Fetterman was hidden for months by his handlers, who included his wife.
The reason is clear.
He is unable to string a sentence together, constantly fumbling through speeches and interviews.
But it shouldn’t come as a surprise that the Democrat Party would prop up a candidate who would be better off recovering from illness.
Just take a look at Joe Biden.
We’re supposed to believe he is a clear-headed thinker at the helm of this country, despite every indecipherable sentence that comes out of his mouth.
Fetterman is ill, too, and in all likelihood, it won’t bode well for him come November.
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