Leftists thought they could ride the Supreme Court’s invalidation of Roe v. Wade to victory in the Midterm elections but abortion up-until-birth has never had support.
And on top of economic concerns and crime which worry more of the Democrat’s voting base, Democrat candidates just can’t get out of their own way.
Now John Fetterman wishes he had a problem stringing together these three words.
Democrat U.S. Senate candidate John Fetterman proved his priorities are completely out of whack with his own words
John “Lumpy” Fetterman hasn’t had an easy time in recent weeks.
It recently came to light that he still can’t process information in a traditional interview, needing the help of a computer screen, because of aftereffects of a stroke.
Additionally, his propensity to misspeak and habitual inability to form complete sentences on the campaign trail has left many scratching their heads.
All of this has raised serious questions about his ability to adequately perform the job of U.S. Senator that he seeks.
But that’s the least of his worries now that new information confirms just how radical he is on policy.
The law-and-order issue has emerged as a pre-Halloween boogeyman for Democrats nationwide as crime rates skyrocket.
Fetterman has tried to run like a scared child from his record, but his own words have come back to haunt him.
Fetterman wants to parole more murderers
Last year during an interview, back when he could still talk, Fetterman was asked “If you had a magic wand and you could wave it and fix one thing, what would it be?”
His reply was, “Life without parole in Pennsylvania.”
Not justice for victims of violent crime, no.
Fetterman went right to coddling the criminals.
He also had the audacity to say that doing so would save lives, saying, “We could save billions in revenue long term, we could save thousands of lives, and not make anyone less safe.”
THIS is what you stand for.
Q: “If you had a magic wand and you could wave it and fix one thing, what would it be?”
Fetterman: End “life without parole” for murderers.pic.twitter.com/U0DnlvUrLx
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) October 15, 2022
So, if the candidate who wants to be the tie-breaking vote for policy in the U.S. Senate could only accomplish one thing, it would be to end life without parole.
Freeing the worst of convicted murderers and rapists is at the top of this guy’s list.
That tells you everything you need to know about the radicalism of John Fetterman.
Polling on the Pennsylvania Senate race has tightened considerably since mid-summer.
The most recent surveys show Fetterman leading by only two percentage points over Republican opponent Dr. Mehmet Oz.
Real Clear Politics ranks the race as a pure tossup.
Stay tuned to Blue State Blues for any updates to this ongoing story.