The democrat candidate described as a “professionally useless person” by Ben Shapiro is apparently very relevant to the democrats as they continuously find means to ensure that he stays as the selected candidate.
Several Americans have raised concerns about Fetterman’s fitness to remain in office following recent clips of the senator struggling to give basic speeches in public.
Former Acting Director of National Intelligence Richard Grenell commented, “Fetterman had a stroke and absolutely cannot debate anyone. His staffers’ strategy is to hide him – and fake it to put one over on the people of Pennsylvania.”
John Fetterman today held his second rally since having a stroke in which he spoke for less than 5 minutes.
Here are the highlights. pic.twitter.com/lwo40YWcZi
— Greg Price (@greg_price11) August 23, 2022
The democrats’ recent actions of waving off every concerned comment about Fetterman’s fitness has only amplified Grenell and Shapiro’s claim of Fetterman being needed for a purpose.
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After several videos of him circulated following his Labor Day speech, the Democratic nominee has announced that he will debate his republican opponent, Mehmet Oz, a debate he has stalled for ages.
Senator Jeanne Shaheen took to his defense while speaking with Politico on Thursday. She said, “Listen, Fetterman doesn’t need to debate him right now because he’s ahead. It’s still early. I think, ultimately, he will [debate].” Still defensive, she added, “And why should he help Oz’s campaign? Why does he need to do it now?”
Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee Chair Gary Peters also claimed that the Republicans are desperate because they know Fetterman will win the elections.
Fetterman is the current lieutenant governor of Pennsylvania. Since he suffered a stroke earlier this year, the democrat has hardly been seen in public. Not only has he avoided being seen in public, but he has also avoided being heard. In situations where he failed to manipulate, he was discovered to have difficulties maintaining long sentences and generally giving speeches.
Speculations are that the democrat candidate has also avoided debating his opponent for this reason. As expected, his campaign has denied all of these speculations as they maintain that he is fit and capable of running for office.
Fetterman’s republican opponent, Mehmet Oz, has asserted that if Fetterman insists that he is healthy and fit to debate, then the only explanation for his resistance must be that he is scared to present his views to the State’s voters.
Oz said, “John Fetterman has been ducking, dodging these debates, which is insulting to the voters of Pennsylvania. And he has to own the reasons for his desire to avoid a debate with me. Either he’s healthy, which he says he is and doesn’t want to answer for his radical positions in past statements, or he’s lying about his health.”
Oz concluded, “Either way, the voters of Pennsylvania deserve an answer, and I think they deserve that answer pretty quickly, since the absentee ballots will be mailed out in the next two to three weeks.”
Fetterman also said, “We’re absolutely going to debate Dr. Oz, and that was really always our intent to do that. It was just simply only ever been about addressing some of the lingering issues of the stroke, the auditory processing, and we’re going to be able to work that out.”
That day might never come as Fetterman has not given further details about this debate. However, we will wait to see what excuse the Democratic party comes up with next.