When you look like a character out of Plan 9 From Outer Space and sound like a complete and utter moron, one has to ask, what in the hell were the Democrats thinking?
Far left Democrat Senate candidate, John Fetterman — or as he has called himself, John Fetterwoman — was always a radical left nut bag, but he wasn’t always the inarticulate train wreck Democrats are currently trying to place in the US Senate. Before a stroke rendered him intellectually disabled, he was merely an idiot.
Fetterman actually wants to end life sentences for killers and set 1,200 murderers free from Pennsylvania prisons. He want’s to “reimagine” the police, and “get rid of cash bail.” He has said people in prison are just like your grandmother and grandfather…. “People in the public think you’re talking about all a bunch of Hannibal Lecters in prison — and they’re not! They’re like your grandfather. They’re like your grandmother.”
John Fetterman says that convicted murderers and rapists serving life terms are just like Morgan Freeman’s character in “Shawshank Redemption.” He might benefit from spending a period of time behind bars… for some of that “lived experience” that liberals like to talk about.
Besides his stumbling, bumbling preformance in the debate with Dr. Oz, this recent cringe-inducing ad represents what Matt Walsh calls “Peak Fetterman,” it’s as incoherent as he is:
To present the people of Pennsylvania with Fetterman as their candidate, Democrats must have lost the capacity for embarrassment. Mehmet Oz is far from perfect, that’s for for sure, but he’s not nearly the facepalm for the Republican party as the Democrat choice.
The brain-dead liberal media supports Fetterman despite his conspicuous unfitness for one reason, he will be a reliable vote for far-leftist legislation, no doubt including fracking bans and releasing killers from prison to wreak havoc on law abiding citizens. In desperation, they have settled on the defense that it is somehow “hurtful” to discriminate against Fetterman for being too intellectually challenged to hold his own in a debate, much less serve as a Senator. Taking political correctness to the last extreme of absurdity,
MSNBC columnist Liz Plank fumed that Oz had given a “masterclass on how to bully people with disabilities” and said he had been forced to “rely on ableism to win.”
By the same reasoning, Christopher Reeves should have been named center for the Los Angeles Lakers. To deny him the job because his disability would have prevented him from doing it was surely ableist.