"Hi, Good Night Everybody": Stroke Victim John Fetterman Struggles to Speak in Disastrous Debate With Dr OzChris Menahan
Oct. 26, 2022
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John Fetterman's debate with Dr Oz on Tuesday night was an unfettered disaster.
The closed captioning device he was allowed to use during the debate wasn't enough to reconstruct the damaged neural pathways in his brain.
The Fetterman campaign tried to blame the closed captioning device he was provided with -- not his brain damage -- for his disastrous performance.
Fetterman's odds of winning tanked in the betting markets after the debate.
Democrats responded to the debacle by claiming we need more brain damaged representatives for the sake of diversity.
I'd say we have enough already!
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