Fetterman Struggles to Speak as He Addresses Union Workers in Pittsburgh in Second Major Appearance Since Suffering a Stroke (VIDEO)
Pennsylvania Democrat Senate candidate John Fetterman on Tuesday addressed union workers in Pittsburgh.
This is Fetterman’s second appearance since he came back on the scene after having a stroke in May.
John Fetterman, Pennsylvania’s current Lt. Governor who is now the Democrat nominee for US Senate, is one of the most radical Democrat in the senate race.
Fetterman is running against Republican nominee Dr. Mehmet Oz in the 2022 US Senate race in Pennsylvania.
John Fetterman attacked Dr. Oz for owning 10 homes.
Apparently Fetterman believes living off of mommy and daddy until the ripe age of 50 is a better scenario than a doctor buying property with hard earned money.
Fetterman has been supported by his parents up until recently.
On Tuesday Fetterman rolled out of bed to address union workers looking like an over aged Antifa thug in his signature hoodie.
Fetterman struggled to speak.
After 5 minutes Fetterman left the stage without answering any questions.
He is not okay.
No wonder why he won’t agree to a televised debate with Dr. Oz.
.@JohnFetterman addresses union workers in downtown Pittsburgh, his second major appearance since suffering a stroke earlier this year. He says none of @DrOz’s ten homes are across from a steel plant. #PASEN pic.twitter.com/p4AUAqawej
— Eva McKend (@evamckend) August 23, 2022
Last week Fetterman showed up to his campaign event in Erie, Pennsylvania in his signature hoodie and he could barely speak.
Fetterman struggled to recall words as he spoke to rally goers last weekend.
John Fetterman is not okay. pic.twitter.com/3xiQwiBaT3
— Greg Price (@greg_price11) August 15, 2022