Fetterman defeats Dr. Oz. Here is his victory speech. Americans have questions.

Heading into Tuesday, corporate media and the Democratic Party had primed voters to believe that it was acceptable for results to remain unknown for days following the midterm election and while major outlets have yet to project control of Congress, winners in Pennsylvania were announced and the results were “Just wow…”

(Video: CNN)

Addressing a crowd of supporters after 1 a.m. Wednesday morning, Democratic Lt. Gov. John Fetterman celebrated his victory over Republican candidate Dr. Mehmet Oz to become the next U.S. Senator from Pennsylvania. After a slow start on stage in Pittsburgh, the declared winner announced of his opposition, “We jammed them up” before claiming “I never expected that we were gonna turn these red counties blue, but we did what we needed to do and we had that conversation.”

The social media team for the stroke impaired Senator-elect was able to better articulate the moment as they posted to Twitter after the call was made, “It’s official. I will be the next U.S. Senator from Pennsylvania. We bet on the people of Pennsylvania — and you didn’t let us down…And I won’t let you down. Thank you.”

After Fox News White House correspondent Jacqui Heinrich tweeted out the projection that Democrats had flipped the seat held by retiring Sen. Pat Toomey (R) since the days of the Tea Party in 2010,  The Daily Caller’s senior congressional correspondent Henry Rodgers reacted with the caption, “Just wow…”

Since Fetterman’s medical situation had been revealed to the public in May, there has been doubt as to his fitness in performing the duties of senator for his constituents. With results showing about 50 percent of the vote going in the Democrat’s favor, those concerns were either partisan or disregarded by blue voters, leading many like radio host Buck Sexton to conclude, “reality and rationality no longer matters in politics, just party identity and raw power.”

NewsBusters managing editor Curtis Houck suggested, “You can thank a lot of people for why Pennsylvania voters chose this mentally and physically impaired man who’s wholly incapable of doing anything remotely significant, let alone serve in the Senate,” while some reminded that the one and only debate that Fetterman agreed to took place after early voting had already begun in the commonwealth.

Whether or not the race was determined by favor for the Democrat or disfavor for the Republican backed by former President Donald Trump, it’s worth noting that Fetterman’s campaign had presented doubt as to the outcome as late as Monday when they filed a lawsuit to challenge the Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s ruling to set aside undated and improperly dated ballots.

“Buckle up for a long week,” a release to reporters said while the campaign also said, “We expect that in-person votes will skew Republican, and that mail votes will skew heavily Democratic — similar to how they did in 2020.”

Perhaps sharing in those concerns was Oz who at the time of this posting had not issued a statement. The surgeon hadn’t even addressed his supporters who had reportedly vacated his headquarters by the time the call was made for Fetterman.

Throughout his campaign, Fetterman had assured that he was improving and that by January, when he is expected to be sworn in as a senator, he expressed he would be ready for the job. There have been serious doubts about that leading many to believe he is merely a proxy and, as such, The Spectator’s Stephen Miller offered his congratulations to the person he felt was actually elected, Fetterman’s wife Gisele.

The entire victory speech can be watched below from CNBC:


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