By
Ryan E.
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November 12, 2022

REPORT: Fetterman For POTUS?

Even other liberals were a little bit confused about this one. During election coverage on MSNBC, host Katy Tur floated a name for potential president that nobody in America had ever considered in that regard before:

John Fetterman.

The man didn't put a coherent sentence together for his entire campaign, but still managed to sneak away victorious.

At least one liberal wants to reward him for that with a run for president in the future?

It shows just how low the standards of the Democratic Party really are.

Tur seemed to legitimately think that John Fetterman, who liberal Bill Maher joked died of a stroke sometime on the campaign trail, might actually have a shot at the presidency in the future.

If you've seen anything from Fetterman's campaign against Oz, then you know just how crazy this really is.

"Fetterman, as a nominee, at some point, for president," Tur said. "I know there are some variables, obviously. Just a few. But I just — you know, what he did in the super red, deep red parts of Pennsylvania and the way that he ran ahead of Biden…ran ahead of Trump, I mean, it just makes — it makes you wonder about his future."

Come on, Katy. Americans weren't even sure Big John was healthy enough to do his job in the Senate, and now we're already talking about a presidential nominee for him?

If there ever was a time in America to pump the brakes, this is it.

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