MSNBC Host Just Talked About Fetterman Running for President – You Gotta See This!
For those of you who are still getting over the shock that John Fetterman won his senate race in Pennsylvania, buckle up, because it’s getting even more strange.
MSNBC’s election night was awash in Democrats pleased with themselves. One of them was MSNBC host Katy Tur who at one point leaned back in her chair, folded her arms, and got a devilish grin on her face. Tur then wondered out loud about the idea that Fetterman could have a future in the Oval Office after his performance in the red regions of PA.
“Fetterman as a nominee at some point for President,” began Tur. “I know there are some variables, obviously.”
“What he did in the super-red, deep-red parts of Pennsylvania, and the way that he ran ahead of Biden as we were saying, and the way that he ran ahead of Trump, I mean, it makes you wonder about his future.”
Fetterman suffered a stroke in May and still has significant lingering difficulty. He barely made it through the one very late debate against his opponent, Dr. Oz.
He has a hard time keeping track of what he is talking about and often says some bizarre things. After I just typed that sentence I realized that the same thing didn’t keep Biden from office, so maybe Tur sees a trend.
Fetterman is already going to need assistance to function as a senator, and already people are talking about a run for the highest office in the world. I guess the Secret Service would like the new uniforms…hoodies for everybody!
There is no way that Fetterman is going to run his office in the Senate, there will be significant input from others. Maybe that is exactly what makes him a good candidate for the Democratic Party. They can have outside influence pulling the political strings but not have to face the music from those looking in from the outside.
And maybe that is exactly what is happening with the present man in the Oval Office.
Deranged libs on MSNBC are already salivating over a Fetterman Presidential run:
"It just makes you wonder" pic.twitter.com/flV9sdSytl
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) November 10, 2022