Lt. John Fetterman repeatedly hits Dr. Oz during an interview with MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell.
Fetterman told Lawrence O’Donnell when asked about the difference between his strokes and those of senators, “Well, you know what the differences are, you know, they’ve never had doctors who make fun of them in their lives making jokes about having a stroke.” What kind of patient is this?What kind of doctor–has had someone been sick, and is encouraging him to stay sick?!I can’t believe–I can’t believe having a doctor cheer me up for not getting better–but the truth is I’ll feel better in January, But it would still be a scam! That’s the difference between me and other senators who also have strokes. They don’t have a doctor who makes fun of him and makes fun of him.”
O’Donnell asked Fetterman for a one-minute closing argument. And he’s running to use Pennsylvania! That’s the truth. And this guy who’s been in Pennsylvania for five minutes–and has nothing about Pennsylvania–can communicate with people in Pennsylvania, and he has no idea, nor An idea of what it’s like! At the end of the day, you have ten giant mansions, how can you live a life that anyone in Pennsylvania can identify with?”
Fetterman has the winning argument, and Oz is a crook not from the state. It is also clear that Lt. Günterre is much healthier in his stroke recovery. He was much stronger in the interview with O’Donnell and a stroke that doesn’t matter to most Pennsylvania voters will soon be a relevant talking point.
Jon Fetterman had to survive a barrage of super PAC anti-Fetterman ads, but he still tops every poll and is Once again on the air with the Republican announcement of Butterman across the state.
The Pennsylvania Senate race is about to start, and the Democrats are well positioned to win.
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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