Tucker’s honest rant about Dems running severely stroke-impaired John Fetterman will trigger left

The Democrats are operating from the Biden playbook to get far-left, “fraudulent hoodie guy” and “brain-damaged” John Fetterman elected as a  U.S. senator from Pennsylvania, Fox News Host Tucker Carlson has implied.

“This guy is completely impaired,” Carlson insisted, and is another example of the Democrat establishment trying to win with “a wax dummy.”

(Video: Fox News)

As alluded to above, the overriding issue in the campaign seems to be the capacity for Fetterman, a stroke victim who is running against GOP standard-bearer Dr. Oz, the heart surgeon and health-and-wellness TV star, to carry out the duties of the federal office if he wins.

“Whatever happened, and whatever caused it, the stroke has been profound. It has rendered Fetterman unable to speak coherently. And again, we’re not being mean; we say this with great sympathy. But it’s true because it’s not just about John Fetterman and how he’s feeling. It’s about the country he hopes to control if he’s elected to the United States Senate. So it’s bad, really bad,” Carlson declared in the Wednesday night monologue embedded here in two parts.

After playing a soundbite of Fetterman trying to talk at a recent rally, Carlson said that “It’s not even worth making fun of; it’s sad. But when cognition goes…what’s left? The talking points; that’s all that remains, and that’s all [Fetterman] has.”

Carlson then noted that Fetterman has finally given a vague and “irrelevant” assurance to debate Oz sometime in mid-October after many ballots will have already been cast under early voting.

“This guy is completely impaired. That’s not some kind of Republican talking point,” America’s most influential pundit continued. “It’s completely real. So think about what that means. The Democratic Party has not replaced him. This has been going on since he got the nomination, but he’s still in the race. That is shocking, and it’s insulting, and not just to voters in Pennsylvania, but to the rest of us — because if this guy’s elected, we’ll have to live under his rule.

“But the Democratic Party prefers it that way. They did it with Biden. They’re trying to do it again with Fetterman. Run a wax dummy for office. People who can’t form complete sentences apparently seem less threatening to voters…and, of course, people like Fetterman and Biden are much easier to control…,” Carlson continued.

Playing a soundbite of Fetterman accusing Oz of mocking his illness, Carlson quipped that “If you’ve got a problem with a brain-damaged senator, then you’re a bigot.”

Carlson ended his soliloquy on his top-rated show by warning that if power-hungry Democrats “can get this guy elected statewide in this nation’s fifth-largest state, this guy — an incompetent husk — with incredibly stupid and totally provable destructive ideas, a man with no record of achievement at all, a man with a long list of documented failures, and by the way, can not even think clearly, if they can do that, they can do literally anything.”

Carlson also blasted Fetterman, a Harvard graduate who is currently Pennsylvania’s lieutenant governor, for living off his parents into middle age (“a classic trustafarian”), for advocating the elimination of life without parole for convicted violent felons, and for opposing voter ID.

Carlson began the monologue by arguing that as an otherwise no-show mayor, climate change zealot Fetterman ran the Pittsburgh-area town of Braddock into the ground.

“In a fair system, a system that cared about achievement…John Fetterman would be leaving politics on the express train…but we don’t have a functioning meritocracy, much less a functioning political system. We have a very broken one…,” Carlson contended.

In an interview with Politico, Fetterman claimed that “We’re absolutely going to debate Dr. Oz, and that was really always our intent to do that. It was just simply only ever been about addressing some of the lingering issues of the stroke, the auditory processing, and we’re going to be able to work that out.”

According to retiring U.S. Sen Pat Toomey, whom Oz hopes to succeed, “John Fetterman is either healthy and he’s dodging the debates because he does not want to answer for his radical left positions, or he’s too sick to participate in the debate.”

Toomey added that “I’ve worked with senators in both parties, sadly, who have seriously diminished intellectual or communication capabilities, and I can tell you, that’s a very different thing. It’s really hard to be an effective voice for your constituents if you cannot engage in that way.”

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