This is an excerpt from Daily Wire.
Pennsylvania U.S. Senate candidate John Fetterman (D) raised eyebrows Friday evening with a nonsensical answer that he gave during a cable news interview.
The segment comes after Fetterman suffered a stroke several months ago from which he has not fully recovered, and has thus faced lingering doubts on the campaign trail about whether he is fit to serve in the U.S. Senate.
“First, I just wanted to check in and see how you’re feeling and how you’re doing,” leftist MSNBC host Chris Hayes said.
“I’m doing fan-, I’m doing fantastic,” Fetterman claimed. “And, and, uh, it’s not about kicking balls in the authority or anything.”
The Washington Post Editorial Board slammed John Fetterman (D) in an op-ed published in mid-September, saying that his hesitancy to debate his Republican opponent, Dr. Mehmet Oz, was unacceptable and that he needs to release his medical records following his stroke.
Fetterman claimed in an interview in early September that he would debate “sometime in the middle to end of October,” which was weeks after voters can start casting mail-in ballots, and he refused to give any specific details other than he would potentially debate one time.
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