‘I celebrate the demise of Roe v. Wade’: Fetterman butchers support for landmark abortion case

Democrat John Fetterman, who was against fracking before he was for it, made yet another gaffe on the campaign trail.

During a Saturday rally, the abortion-on-demand-supporting U.S. Senate candidate from Pennsylvania told a rally that “I run on Roe. v. Wade. I celebrate the demise of Roe v. Wade.” Yet during the same speech, he reportedly endorsed codifying Roe into federal law.

President Biden and former President Obama reportedly attended the campaign event where Fetterman made these remarks.

Many questions have been raised about stroke-victim Fetterman’s capacity to serve — particularly after his recent dismal debate performance against GOP rival Dr. Oz, the heart surgeon and health-and-wellness TV star.

In that debate during which he opened with the salutation “goodnight everyone,” a struggling Fetterman, despite past statements, instead claimed that “I do support fracking, and I don’t, I don’t — I support fracking, and I stand, and I do support fracking.”

Watch Fetterman’s latest blooper in the video clip embedded below.

Leaving the muddled messaging aside, Democrats though they could exploit the overturning of Roe by the Supreme Court in the Dobbs decision as a wedge issue (and that is reflected in their midterm campaign advertising across the country).

Indications are, however, that the cost-of-living crisis owing to Bidenflation as well as the crime wave appear to be top-tier issues for voters.

Dobbs sent the abortion issue back to each state to regulate, including pro-choice blue states which favor reproductive rights.

As one of many examples of his communications style, the far-left Fetterman, who currently is the Keystone State’s lieutenant governor, told a crowd in mid-October that “Abortion rights deserve to every woman regardless of where straight—uh, excuse me, what state that you live.”

At another rally, the hoodie guy with the Harvard degree and with a sketchy employment history urged his supporters to “Send me to Washington, D.C. to take on—to make sure I push back against work to work.”

According to polling data from the Trafalgar Group, which has a good reputation for accuracy, Oz has a slight lead over Fetterman,

Thousands of Pennsylvanians had already voted by mail, however, before the debate occurred.

In an aggregate of seven polls, including Trafalgar, Real Clear Politics has the contest essentially tied.

Hardly anyone understands what Fetterman is talking about most of the time, but establishment Democrats apparently don’t care.

Fox News host Tucker Carlson has described Fetterman as “completely impaired” in an ongoing series of monologues which have decried power-hungry, win-at-any-cost Dems propping up his candidacy similar to the way they managed to install Joe Biden in the White House.

Fetterman has refused to release his medical records.

In contrast, the gaslighting in some liberal quarters  has even gotten to the point where MSNBC “stop the hammering” host Lawrence O’Donnell has likened Fetterman to British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and U.S. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt.

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