During a campaign event over the weekend, Pennsylvania Democratic Sen. John Fetterman gave a pro-Palestinian protester the business after he heckled him on stage during a campaign event, just a day after he tore into California Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom for running what he referred to as a “shadow campaign” for president. I really hate to say this, but he actually did a decent job handling the pro-Palestine bozo. And yes, he’s right about Newsom. We’ve all been able to see through his shenanigans over the last year — going after Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis as one example — and can tell he’s attempting to posture up for a White House bid.
The remarks made by Fetterman come after the Islamic terrorist group known as Hamas, residing in Gaza, launched an attack that left 1,400 Israelis murdered in cold blood just a month ago. Along with those who died, there were over 5,000 more injured and over 240 kidnapped, according to information from the Daily Wire.
“Four thousand-plus dead children in Palestine! Nine thousand-plus dead civilians! Get off the stage!” the loony left-wing protester screamed at Fetterman on Sunday. “Get off the stage! … Get off the stage!”
You know you are an utter failure when Fetterman, who has become something of a joke in political circles due to his hoodie and gym shorts attire, completely and utterly roasts you, which is what he did when he replied, “The joke is on you. I had a stroke. I can’t fully understand what you’re saying.”
However, the guy was apparently in full-on hysterics and refused to leave, prompting local law enforcement officers to lay hands on him in order to boot him out of the event. I’m surprised the left isn’t 0ut in droves claiming the man is a victim of police brutality. They do that a lot these days, you know?
🚨 Fetterman responds to a protester by saying: “The joke is on you. I had a stroke. I can’t fully understand what you are saying.”
Beyond parody 🤣
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) November 6, 2023
Fetterman has not at all been shy about expressing his support for the Jewish state in recent weeks, saying that there shouldn’t be any ceasefire while Israel seeks to dismantle and destroy every trace of Hamas.
“If not for the horrific attacks by Hamas terrorists, thousands of innocent Israelis and Palestinians would still be alive today,” he stated. “Now is not the time to talk about a ceasefire. We must support Israel in efforts to eliminate the Hamas terrorists who slaughtered innocent men, women, and children.”
“Hamas does not want peace, they want to destroy Israel. We can talk about a ceasefire after Hamas is neutralized,” he added. “In the meantime, I look forward to working with my colleagues in the Senate to quickly deliver the aid our ally Israel needs. This includes confirming ambassador-nominee Jack Lew as soon as possible.”
Over the weekend, Fetterman expressed his displeasure with Newsom while delivering a speech during an Iowa Democratic Party dinner, stating he thinks the California governor is attempting to run a shadow campaign against President Joe Biden. And while that might sound a bit like something from a tinfoil hat kind of guy, the truth of the matter is Biden is performing really poorly in the vast majority of polls coming out right now.
Given his age, cognitive decline, and extremely unfavorable standing with American voters, the Democrats might be looking to oust him as their nominee, which, if true, opens up an opportunity for Newsom.
“There are two additional Democrats running for Pennsylvania, excuse me, running for president right now,” said the Pennsylvania Democrat. “One is a congressman from Minnesota, the other one is the governor of California, but only one has the guts to announce it.”
Rep. Dean Phillips is the congressman from Minnesota mentioned by Fetterman. Phillips announced a month ago he would be running for the Oval Office because he’s convinced Biden is going to pull a big loss against a Republican next year.
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