John Fetterman just shocked everyone after he endorsed this Republican for president


Fetterman has been a surprise in the U.S. Senate. His hasn’t been nearly as far-Left on several issues as the Democrats want him to be.

And John Fetterman just shocked everyone after he endorsed this Republican for president.

Sen. John Fetterman (D-PA) has surprisingly called out factions of his own party for their anti-Israel sentiments ever since Hamas’ brutal attack on the Jewish nation in October of 2023

Fetterman has also spoken about how there needs to be a better effort to shut down the United States’ southern border.

This has led to some members in the Democrat Party to become rather frustrated with the Pennsylvania senator who they thought would be a champion for their radical policies.

And now they may be even more upset with Fetterman after who he decided to endorse.

Sen. Fetterman posted on X on Monday that he supports Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) to become the next president of Harvard University.

“As an alumnus of Harvard, and after this mad season of antisemitism at Columbia, I co-sign,” Fetterman said in his X post.

“This former Governor of Massachusetts doesn’t need a paycheck, but Harvard and its academic peers needs to recalibrate from far-left orthodoxy.”

Harvard is currently being led by interim-President Alan Garber after then-President Claudine Gay resigned from the role back in January over allegations of plagiarism.

Gay also brought about controversy to herself and the university after she gave a testimony to the House Committee on Education and the Workforce, where she found it difficult to blatantly disavow anti-semitism on Harvard’s campus based on the school’s policy of conduct.

As for Fetterman’s X post in which he endorse Romney as the next president of Harvard, the senator shared a Washington Post opinion piece which offered the same sentiments of wanting Romney to become the next leader of the school.

Daniel Rosen, a Harvard alumn and the writer of the opinion piece, said that he’s a “lifelong Democrat” but believes that Romney would be the best man for the job.

“I make this suggestion in the sincere and robust hope that he is someone who can navigate the university through painful but necessary reform and drive back the antisemitism that is tarnishing the institution’s credibility,” Rosen said.

Sen. Romney is not running for reelection this year, which would free him up for a possible leadership role at Harvard.

However, no word has been made from Romney or his team as to whether or not he’s seriously considering the idea.

But Democrats are sure to be enraged by this announcement by Fetterman.

Not only does he bash the “far-left orthodoxy” that Harvard has succumbed too, he’s also endorsed a Republican for the school’s presidency.

And yes, Mitt Romney is in no way the cream of the crop when it comes to Republicans. He’s considered by many to be a RINO.

But the fact that he’s not a radical Leftist and Fetterman is still supporting him, is all the Left needs to lose their minds over this whole situation.

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