Fetterman struggles anew: ‘Abortion rights deserve to every woman regardless of where straight –‘

Stroke victim John Fetterman continues to have difficulties articulating his thoughts while on the campaign trail.

In the meantime, one corporate media outlet, at least indirectly, seems to be trying to compare the far-left hoodie guy, who reportedly needed closed-captioning during a sit-down with NBC News, to President Franklin Delano Roosevelt and his distant cousin, President Theodore Roosevelt.

Abortion-on-demand supporter Fetterman, Pennsylvania’s Democrat lieutenant governor who is running for U.S. Senate, made this comment during a stump speech:

Abortion rights deserve to every woman regardless of where straight—uh, excuse me, what state that you live.”

In a previous rally, as one of many examples of his communications style, Fetterman urged a crowd to “Send me to Washington, D.C. to take on—to make sure I push back against work to work.”

As BPR has previously noted, no one wishes Fetterman anything less than a full recovery; the question is whether he is currently up to the task of serving in federal office for a six-year term.

Fox News host Tucker Carlson has made Fetterman, particularly his capacity to serve, the subject of a series of editorials.

Last week, Carlson implied that the power-hungry, win-at-any-cost left wants Fetterman in the Senate because he can be easily controlled, similar to how a cabal of insider Democrats is using President Joe Biden as a puppet.

Fetterman is running against GOP standard-bearer Dr. Mehmet Oz, the heart surgeon and health-and-wellness TV star. During a recent appearance with Carlson, Dr. Oz asserted that Fetterman is a soft-on-crime, alleged tax deadbeat who is running a Biden-style, limited campaign.

Even with Fetterman’s impairment, a RealClearPolitics aggregate of five polls rates the Fetterman-Oz contest as a toss-up, with Fetterman supposedly ahead by 3.4 percent, which is presumably within the margin of error.

One of those polls, the Trafalgar Group, which tends to have a reputation for accuracy, also puts the race in the toss-up category. Under the circumstances, that the race is apparently this close is concerning.

After the Fetterman campaign’s delaying tactics, Oz and Fetterman are finally scheduled to debate on October 25, well after mail-in ballots have already poured in, however.

As alluded to above, a letter to the editor published by Penn Live insinuates that John Fetterman is perhaps a hero comparable to the two Roosevelts, both of whom faced serious health challenges

Voters should not be pulled into the tactic of the Dr. Mehmet Oz campaign to raise concern over Lt. Gov. John Fetterman’s continued recovery from his stroke earlier this year. One should recall the grueling years-long rehabilitation of an earlier prominent Democrat to battle the paralyzing impact of poliomyelitis. Franklin Delano Roosevelt didn’t do badly in his subsequent service…As with the two great Roosevelt’s, John Fetterman’s attitude in his recovery is testament to his character and dedication to best serve his fellow Pennsylvanians in the years ahead.


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