Senator John Fetterman (D-PA) refuses to come clean to the voters.
But the evidence keeps piling up that Fetterman is hiding something.
And this damning video of John Fetterman has all hell breaking loose.
After John Fetterman suffered a near-fatal stroke last May Fetterman assured voters he would soon be on the road to recovery.
“Dr. Oz has never forgotten, every day, that I had a stroke,” Fetterman told voters in the closing days of the campaign but said when the new Congress took office in January, “I’ll be much better, but he will still be a fraud.”
Fetterman and his team claimed he only suffered from auditory issues.
But in February Fetterman entered the hospital twice.
The first time was for headaches Fetterman suffered during the State of the Union address and then again two weeks later to receive treatment for clinical depression stemming from the fact that Fetterman realized he would never fully recover from the stroke.
Now that Fetterman returned to the Senate it is readily apparent that Fetterman and his team were not being truthful when they claimed the stroke did not leave Fetterman cognitively impaired and Fetterman only suffered from hearing issues.
The latest uncomfortable moment came when Fetterman tried to speak during a committee hearing about the collapse of a section of I-95 outside of Philadelphia.
Fetterman was unable to coherently ask a question about a disaster which will affect traffic on the main highway that runs up and down the East Coast.
“I, uh, would just, um, really like to, you know — the 95, 95, 95. You know?” Fetterman stammered.
Senator John Fetterman had some very profound thoughts on the collapse of i95:
“I would really like to, you know, the 95, 95, 95 you know?”
— Greg Price (@greg_price11) June 16, 2023
Commentators remarked about how the media successfully gaslighted voters in Pennsylvania during the last election by convincing enough people that Fetterman merely suffered from a hearing issue and was a champion for the disabled.
“He’s fine. Just needs hearing aids. No different than being in a wheelchair,” Spectator contributing editor Stephen Miller posted on Twitter.
“John Fetterman weighs in on the I-95 collapse as only he can. Profound, trenchant, eloquent. Good choice, Pennsylvania,” radio host Clay Travis wrote.
Democrats and the press can’t admit the truth about Fetterman’s condition because voters would be furious about Fetterman and the media lying to them about what was really going on.
There would be massive pressure on Fetterman to resign which would then result in a special election next November.
And with Democrats already facing an uphill fight to maintain their Senate majority the last thing the party needs is an open seat race in one of the biggest swing states in America.