Even liberal NBC employees are being forced to admit it for the safety of this country.
John Fetterman might not be all there.
Depending on how much personally responsibility you want to put on people for needing to be healthy enough to avoid having strokes, it might not even be all Fetterman's fault.
He's a stroke survivor. Good for Fetterman. I am honestly really proud of the way he has battled back from a life-threatening situation and pursued something that is important to him.
But is he REALLY the best that liberals can do?
Even Bill Maher cracked about what a joke Fetterman is in Pennsylvania, saying that Democrats had put up somebody who was already dead of a stroke.
It took just one debate for Americans to lose so much confidence in Fetterman because of his physical decline that Dr. Oz soared in the polls, taking the lead in the Pennsylvania Senate race.
Unless Fetterman makes a miraculous recovery, it looks as if Oz just might stay on top.
NBC reporter Dasha Burns spoke up to reveal that Fetterman shouldn't be given a pass for an off night at the microphone. This is how he thinks and acts all the time, and liberals knew that before they nominated him.
"We, of course, had been in a room with him before. We had used that closed captioning system, and so, for us watching the debate, there were no big surprises. It was very similar to the conversation that we had. And of course, we posted the entire interview online as well after we conducted that so folks can go back and look. He is clearly still struggling with some of those issues. The campaign, beforehand…did play down some of the expectations, saying, look, this isn’t his format, the closed captioning may play a role in how long it takes him to get those answers out. … But Chuck, it was interesting, the contrast from the campaign the night before the debate versus the night of the debate, right after, in that spin room. The campaign came in, a spokesperson saying that they were thrilled with Fetterman’s performance, saying that he won in countless exchanges with Oz. They were very enthusiastic about how Fetterman did, especially comparing it to his performance in the primary. But stepping back and looking at some of the reactions and the aftermath today, I don’t know that that’s how much of the audience read it, especially those that were sort of seeing him for the first time in this context," Burns said.
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