Scary video exposes just how far gone John Fetterman truly is


Senator Fetterman has made headlines for his long-term hospitalization and stroke recovery. Democrats are trying to pretend he’s in perfect health.

But this scary video exposes just how far gone John Fetterman truly is.

Back in 2022, during the height of the race for Pennsylvania’s open Senate seat, John Fetterman experienced a massive stroke.

His medical emergency was days before the Democrat Party held its primary to decide their candidate.

But the Fetterman campaign conveniently left any mention of the severity of his health out of the equation.

The result? A candidate who couldn’t field debate questions without the help of a teleprompter and who gave gibberish answers like this:

Nothing concerning to see here, right?

Soon after he surprisingly won the race, Fetterman was sent to the hospital for experiencing light-headedness and depression – symptoms common for stroke recovery victims.

After weeks and weeks of his prolonged hospital stay, Americans were told the doctors were trying to get his medicine “just right” so he’d be ready to tackle his job as Senator.

But his first performance as Senator couldn’t have gone any worse.

The opening remarks made by Mr. Fetterman, who chairs the Senate Subcommittee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry, did not go down very well. Even the Washington Post couldn’t avoid mentioning that he made a few mistakes:

Sen. John Fetterman (D-Pa.) presided over his first subcommittee hearing Wednesday since his election to the Senate, continuing his readjustment to the Capitol after a two-month absence for treatment for clinical depression and ongoing recovery from a stroke he suffered last year.

Though his voice stumbled at times while reading from prepared notes, Fetterman appeared in good spirits as he gaveled in a hearing focused on the benefits of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP. Republicans have proposed increasing the number of people who must meet work requirements to qualify for SNAP.

“Hunger is not a Republican or a Democrat issue. It’s all of our issues that we have to take it on,” said Fetterman, chairman of the subcommittee on Food and Nutrition, Specialty Crops, Organics, and Research. “We need to come together and stop playing political games with Americans’ access to food.”


Fetterman has also been recovering from a stroke he suffered in May, days before he overwhelmingly won the Democratic primary in Pennsylvania’s Senate race. The stroke, which required Fetterman to have a defibrillator installed, sidelined him from the campaign trail for about two months and left him with an auditory processing disorder that inhibited his ability to hear, especially when there is competing background noise.

Anyone with any sense of compassion can see that Fetterman can’t serve a full term and should resign to focus on his health.

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