Ryan E.
December 23, 2023

John Fetterman's Common Sense Approach Winning Over Some Conservatives

I never thought I would see the day.

John Fetterman is being applauded by conservatives.

In 2022, when John Fetterman beat Trump-endorsed Republican Dr. Mehmet Oz in Pennsylvania, he was literally the last man in America who I would have ever picked to represent the common sense and integrity that conservatives value.

Just over a year later, here we are.

Fetterman has gone from a barely present laughingstock to one of the most respected politicians in America over the course of just a few months.


Because he doesn't seem to be blindly agreeing with his party and the Biden family at every opportunity.

He seems to be evaluating each situation on its own merits and making judgements on each scenario by being thoughtful and courteous.

Fetterman looks to have become a liberal for the right reasons, because he wants to help people. Other liberals say that's why they're on the left, but too often they are only giving free stuff away so that these poor people end up dependent and owing them a vote.

By not being just a liberal, and also being thoughtful and compassionate, Fetterman is showing that liberals and conservatives can still occasionally be on the same page.

For example, Fetterman has come right out and said that illegal immigration is a problem here in America. That's something that almost zero liberals who don't control border states are willing to do.

Immigration "is a reasonable conversation -- until somebody can say there's an explanation on what we can do when 270,000 people are being encountered on the border, not including the ones, of course, that we don't know about," Fetterman said. "To put that in reference, that is essentially the size of Pittsburgh, the second-largest city in Pennsylvania."

A liberal actually using common sense.

Let's see how long liberals let him stay in the Democratic Party.

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