G. McConway
September 15, 2022

Watchdog Says Fetterman is Breaking Federal Law

The Foundation for Accountability and Civic Trust (FACT) is going after PA Lt. Gov. and Senate candidate John Fetterman.

According to FACT, Fetterman fudged his financial report.

The man who was living off daddy for most of his political career somehow came to own eight homes that were not listed on his financial reports.

Breaking the Law

Fetterman always tries to portray himself as an average Joe.

He wanted to devote himself to a small town as mayor, so he got money from his daddy because the salary was less than $2,000 a month.

He wears a hoodie to separate himself from the suits.

According to FACT, he also owns eight Braddock, PA homes.

Ethics rules state that any property valued over $1,000 must be listed on disclosures.

Knowingly not listing the properties is subject to a fine of up to $50,000 and criminal prosecution.

FACT’s Executive Director Kendra Arnold stated that this “is a clear violation of federal law and Senate ethics rules” because “candidates are well aware of their duty to comply with the law and have an affirmative duty to do so.”

She continued, “The Senate Select Committee on Ethics must act to ensure compliance with the most basic ethics requirements to maintain the public’s trust.

“Senate candidate Fetterman’s failure to disclose his assets and apparent failure to comply with federal law must be investigated and appropriate sanctions imposed.”

The irony here is that one of the lines of attack that Fetterman has used against Oz is his wealth and the fact he owns numerous homes.

On a different note, Tucker Carlson believes he solved the mystery as to why Fetterman is wearing hoodies in the blistering heat of summer…

I have no words…

Source: Daily Caller

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