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Democrat Fetterman’s Campaign Goes Off The Rails


We’ve been following the Senate race between Republican Mehmet Oz and Democrat John Fetterman for weeks now.

The liberal candidate seems to be going off the rails. He appeared at a pro-abortion rally recently.

Let’s just say his performance wasn’t stellar.

From Twitter:

John Fetterman gave a speech in Montgomery County yesterday.

Here are the highlights.

He opened that speech by calling himself Fetterwoman. I kid you not.

It doesn’t appear that liberals are championing this guy. Even The Washington Post is calling out Fetterman.

From Breitbart:

The Washington Post Editorial Board is calling on Pennsylvania’s Democrat nominee for U.S. Senate, John Fetterman, to release his medical records and to engage in multiple debates with his Republican opponent Mehmet Oz.

It seems some are worried about John Fetterman’s mental state, after suffering a stroke earlier in the year.

His campaign claims he is fine. But recent footage of him during rallies isn’t encouraging.

Even the Washington Post is demanding Fetterman turn over his medical records, to assure voters he is in good health.

The newspaper also called on the Democrat to debate his Republican challenger Mehmet Oz.

Fetterman’s campaign said he would debate Oz, but no plans have been announced.

Even more odd is speculation from the Internet over strange photographs of Fetterman, post-stroke.

From Twitter:

First time Fetterman’s neck is fully exposed without a hoodie and folks have questions

We have no idea what to make of that. But I’m sure Fetterman’s campaign will come out with answers soon enough.

This race will be one of many that will determine the Senate majority. Shouldn’t Fetterman be totally upfront about his current physical and mental state?

Shouldn’t his party urge him to be honest? And if he’s not doing well, shouldn’t they tell him to step down?

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