By
G. McConway
|
October 28, 2022

Schumer and Biden Caught on Hot Mic Moment Hitting Fetterman

Publicly, Democrats are applauding the performance of John Fetterman in his debate against Mehmet Oz.

Privately, they realize he hurt their chances and that seat is now at risk.

We know this because Senator Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) has a big mouth.

The Hot Mic

Schumer could not wait to give Joe Biden an update when he touched down in New York.

Biden has been forced to cut out some of his beach time to try to help Democrats who are going backward at the wrong time.

Governor Hochul, who once had a monstrous lead in her campaign, now has Rep. Lee Zeldin R-N.Y.) nipping at her heels.

When Biden touched down, Schumer told him, "It looks like the debate didn't hurt us too much in Pennsylvania as of today.

"So that's good."

He continued, "That seat, we're in danger in that seat. We'll see."

I saw polling today that had Oz in front by three points for the first time since the race started.

If that is true, it will be hard for Fetterman to reverse this momentum.

This was a seat that was gone, as in about a one percent chance of turning in favor of Oz, and now he has the lead.

Early voting could still hurt him, but he actually has a real chance of pulling this off right now.

If he does, I am going to have to eat a monster plate of crow, but I will gladly do so if it means we are able to wrestle control away from the Democrats in the Senate.

I also just found this little tidbit, where Schumer is now worried about Georgia.

He even does us a favor and debunks the voter suppression narrative...

Thanks for the info, Chuck!

Source: Fox News

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