Democrat Senate hopeful John Fetterman seems determined to rack up cringeworthy moments and this weekend was no exception when he showed up at a pro-abortion rally to pander to feminist voters, at one point displaying a fluorescent hot pink t-shirt emblazoned with the word “FETTERWOMAN” to the delight of the adoring crowd.
The hulking lieutenant governor of Pennsylvania is seeking to put to rest lingering questions about his health and fitness for office after a slow recovery from a recent stroke and to burnish his credentials with the critical baby killer demographic as he heads into the stretch run in his contest with celebrity physician Dr. Mehmet Oz, who is running as a Republican.
During the rally, which went down near Philadelphia on Sunday, Fetterman lumbered around the stage before he whipped out the t-shirt and bellowed “My name is John Fetterwoman!”
CRINGE: Pennsylvania Democrat John Fetterman introduces himself as “John Fetterwoman.” pic.twitter.com/4yNSih9hmy
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) September 12, 2022
During the event, Fetterman and activist abortion zealots railed against Dr. Oz who is fairly moderate on the issue, supporting the early termination of pregnancies in cases of rape, incest, and if the mother’s life is in danger. But he was portrayed as an extremist by “Fetterwoman” who said “Don’t piss women off,” seeing the SCOTUS ruling as a winning issue.
Oz was also decried as a “charlatan” and a “rubber stamp for Mitch McConnell” by Planned Parenthood CEO Alexis McGill whose organization is pouring millions of dollars into swing states hoping to rile up suburban women.
Fetterman also vowed to be the decisive vote to junk the filibuster and render the Supreme Court’s abortion of Roe v. Wade null and void if he wins in November.
“Send me to Washington, and I’ll be the 51st vote to scrap the filibuster + codify Roe,” he wrote on Twitter while displaying his hot pink t-shirt and standing next to McGill.
What an honor to stand up for reproductive freedom alongside @alexismcgill today in Blue Bell, PA. Thank you, so much, for your support.
Send me to Washington, and I’ll be the 51st vote to scrap the filibuster + codify Roe. pic.twitter.com/kAmXpi0aPG
— John Fetterman (@JohnFetterman) September 11, 2022
“Fetterwoman” was deluged with ridicule from Twitter users, one who wrote “The CRINGE will melt your face off” in a brutal jab at his shameless sucking up to the activists in attendance.
John Fetterman calls himself “John FetterWOMAN” as crowd sits in utter bewilderment
The CRINGE will melt your face off.
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) September 12, 2022
John Fetterwoman? Pathetic pandering to only the dumbest among us.
— MC Krakowski (@McKrakowski) September 12, 2022
— Emmanuel Rincón (@EmmaRincon) September 12, 2022
— jimtreacher.substack.com (@jtLOL) September 12, 2022
In a normal society you’d think a giant 6’7 bald man would be doing something more respectable and masculine than calling himself “John Fetterwoman” https://t.co/iNZmJPQzhs
— Vinny III (@VinnyTheKiddd) September 12, 2022
The candidate is also hawking the hot pink t-shirts on his website for $35 bucks each, fans can also score garb with “FetterKID” and “FetterBABY” as well as a black and yellow Fetterman towel modeled after the “Terrible Towel” made famous by the NFL’s Pittsburgh Steelers along with various other swag items.
(Image: Screengrab/Fetterman Store)
Pennsylvania would seem like a golden opportunity for the GOP to get a leg up in the battle for control of the Senate but Oz’s campaign has yet to catch fire despite his spot-on attack ads laying out the high stakes for voters in the Keystone State if they fall for Fetterman’s everyman schtick.
He’s the most radical candidate in the country. pic.twitter.com/Z2jr8yowos
— Dr. Mehmet Oz (@DrOz) August 15, 2022
“My opponent John Fetterman believes that you can have an abortion at full term at 38 weeks, and that does not seem like the middle of the road to most Pennsylvania voters. In fact, that seems quite radical, which is why he won’t be emphasizing that, I don’t believe, in this general election, but it’s still true because he said it in his debate when he was campaigning to be the Democratic nominee,” Dr. Oz told Fox News.
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