Tucker: Using Fetterman is the most cynical political move in US history

Very interesting take on the political misuse of the man, John Fetterman, who is running for a Senate seat in the state of Pennsylvania.

It isn’t making fun of him. It is questioning that his disability will make it difficult him to perform his duties in the Senate. If he can’t understand speech easily, or speak well (that’s obvious), how will he perform in the Senate?

Then there’s this. As I responded to Kirsten Powers on Twitter: From what I’ve read, he has a heart condition that caused his strokes. Couldn’t he have even more strokes? We don’t know.

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5 Responses to Tucker: Using Fetterman is the most cynical political move in US history

  1. auscitizenmom says:

    I can’t understand why reasonable people would vote for him anyway, if they know his true policies.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Pa Hermit says:

    Look at it in the same vein as our old draft policy. We send America’s finest to defend her, not someone disabled!

    Liked by 2 people

  3. Stella says:


    Even before his stroke rendered him too incapacitated to serve in the Senate, John Fetterman was an unusually flawed candidate, much like the Democrat nominee for president in 2020. There is a reason Democrats chose imbeciles. They are easier to control.

    Fox reported, “NBC News correspondent Dasha Burns reported Tuesday that John Fetterman, the Democratic nominee for the U.S. Senate in Pennsylvania, still has “a hard time understanding what he’s hearing” ahead of the midterm elections.

    “Burns appeared on MSNBC’s Katy Tur Reports to preview her exclusive interview with the lieutenant governor, which will air in its entirety on Wednesday. Both Burns and Tur noted that this would mark the first time that Fetterman has sat down for a one-on-one interview with a reporter since his stroke in May.

    The stroke makes normal communication impossible.

    Burns said, “We had a monitor set up so he could read my questions because he still has lingering auditory processing issues as a result of the stroke, which means he has a hard time understanding what he’s hearing.

    “Now, once he reads the question, he’s able to understand. You’ll hear he also still has some problems, some challenges with speech. I’ll say that just in some of the small talk prior to the interview, before the closed captioning was up and running, it did seem that he had a hard time understanding our conversations.”

    Democrats should have replaced him this summer. Now it is too late.

    AP’s rewrite was headline, “NBC reporter’s comment about Fetterman draws criticism.”

    By choosing to focus on the reporter and not the candidate, AP indeed is signaling that any mention of Fetterman’s incapacitation is off limits.

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