John Fetterman has been one of the top acts in Democrats’ Congressional clown show in his short time in the U.S. Senate.
The most noteworthy thing he has done was force a dress code vote.
But Fetterman just started a midwest border war against a top GOP Senator.
John Fetterman issued a shocking two-word response to Sen. JD Vance
Pennsylvania Senator John Fetterman exposes much of the folly that is American politics.
Despite having a stroke and barely being able to talk, Fetterman won his senatorial race against Dr. Mehmet Oz.
Fetterman’s debate performance was so bad, even Democrats admitted it was a train wreck.
After being sworn into office, Fetterman immediately entered the hospital for depression.
Since returning to the job, Fetterman has been as out there as ever.
And Fetterman had an “eloquent” two-word response to Ohio Senator JD Vance: “F*ck that.”
Vance proposed splitting up funding for Ukraine and Israel into two separate bills, which drew the ire of Fetterman.
Fuck that https://t.co/DjC2WXS8l1
— Senator John Fetterman (@SenFettermanPA) October 23, 2023
Don’t threaten Democrats’ goals for WWIII
Vance wrote in a memo, “The administration seeks to link Ukraine and Israel funding. This is a grave error that betrays a lack of strategic focus. Each conflict is distinct and represents a different claim on U.S. interests…Israel has a clear plan, and we have a clear means of helping them to fulfill that plan — by providing very specific munitions to enable Israel to conduct a limited operation with a view to neutralizing the threat Hamas poses to Israel. We have no such plan for the Russia-Ukraine War…Our assistance to Ukraine is neither wellscoped nor secure, and includes funding for Ukrainian farmers, subsidies for Ukrainian small businesses, and payments for Ukrainian first responders.”
The establishment wants to keep the Ukraine gravy train going for as long as possible.
Vance wasn’t alone in his sentiments.
He and other GOP senators sent a letter to Senate leadership that read, “These are two separate conflicts and it would be wrong to leverage support of aid to Israel in attempt to get additional aid for Ukraine across the finish line…Furthermore, it would be irresponsible and we should not risk a government shutdown by bundling these priorities together and thus complicating the process and lessening the likelihood of a funding package.”
Fetterman countered that cogent argumentation with “f*ck that.”
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer temporarily relaxed the dress code to accommodate Fetterman’s hobo chic, but even people on the Left were not pleased with the move.
The Senate agreed upon formal dress code rules.
Stay tuned to Blue State Blues for any updates to this ongoing story.