Desperation on the right grows due to John Fetterman’s leadership in Pennsylvania, as Kellyanne Conway takes to Fox News to discredit the Pennsylvania Senate candidate.
Killian: He raised the marijuana flag. He thought it was funny.. Here’s what’s not funny. There was a doubling of deaths due to overdose. pic.twitter.com/HWeoZ3K8eB
– Acyn September 27 2022
Conway said,He never worked as a lieutenant governor. Lay out the marijuana flag. He thought this was funny. He makes fun of his opponent. He thinks this is funny. Here’s what’s not funny. there is Overdose deaths in Pennsylvania have doubled since he took office from 2015 to 2021.”
John Fetterman was sworn in as governor in 2015, so Conway had been blaming Fetterman for overdose deaths in the state for four years before he took office.
Fetterman raised the flag because he supports the legalization of cannabis in Pennsylvania. As Lieutenant Colonel, Fetterman visited all 67 counties in the state and issued a report on possible legalization. The Governor of Pennsylvania does not have many official duties, but Fetterman has been traveling to the state for four years as a representative of the Wolf Department. He played an important role in fending off Trump’s false allegations of election fraud in Pennsylvania after the 2020 election.
Fox News increased its attacks on Fetterman due to his strong lead over Republican Dr. Oz in the polls. It’s odd that Fox picks Oz as an inspiration to die during the midterms because the odds of a Republican victory don’t look good in Pennsylvania. JD Vance flops in Ohio. It makes more sense for Fox News to put its energy into this race, which leans toward the Republican Party rather than Pennsylvania.
Right is throwing everything they have on Fetterman. The attack of lies is coming, but it will happen It probably won’t make a difference Voters have consistently preferred Jon Fetterman over Dr. Oz.
Mr. Easley is Managing Editor. He is also a White House Press Correspondent and Congressional Correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason holds a BA in Political Science. His graduating work focused on public policy, with a specialization in social reform movements.
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