When John Fetterman was unexpectedly elected to the United States Senate, nobody expected great things from him. It didn't take long for things to start going downhill for the man on his first day in Washington, and it didn't take long at all for things to start heading uphill for him. This video explains everything that went wrong, as well as the reasons why Fetterman is in for a long first term.
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Sen. John Fetterman (Democrat of Pennsylvania) was able to win the election and the live debate despite the fact that he had suffered a stroke during the course of his campaign.
Despite this, Townhall says that on Fetterman's first day in Washington, one of his staff members has already informed reporters that he will not be able to answer questions from reporters in the typical manner that lawmakers do.
Rebecca Katz, who has been Fetterman's longtime advisor, has stated that reporters will not be able to "yell questions" at the newly-elected Senator in the traditional manner that reporters do while they are in the hallways because she believes that it "will not work" with him. She argues that this is because the method "will not work" with him.
Her remarks came after a reporter for the Huffington Post tweeted a picture of the newly-elected Senator with the following caption: "he didn't answer me when I asked if he'll be able to wear his hoodie on the Senate floor."
At nearly every press stop and rally, Fetterman donned a black hoodie, which is an unprofessional attire for someone you would prefer not to have representing your state.
And the stroke that Fetterman had while running against Mehmet Oz in the campaign was a crucial factor that led to Fetterman's loss in the race. During the argument between the two, Fetterman demonstrated his incompetence by appearing unable of piecing together complete phrases without stumbling over his words, even when audio assistance was provided.
This week, Laura Ingram, a host on FOX, took note of Senator Fetterman's first day in Washington and pledged to keep an eye on him through a series dubbed "Mr. Fetterman goes to Washington."
As soon as Fetterman arrived in Washington, things started going in a negative direction almost immediately. Reporters have already been informed by his aides that he will not be able to respond to questions in the customary manner that is expected of MPs. Despite the fact that Fetterman's stroke earlier this year cast significant doubt on his ability to perform the mental duties required of someone holding such a high office, voters went ahead and chose him. It is very evident that Fetterman is not up to the challenge of fulfilling the responsibilities that lawmakers have to the American people. It won't be long before voters in Pennsylvania are sick of hearing his staffer's justifications and interventions, at which point they'll be wishing they'd cast their ballots for someone else, like Dr. Oz, in the election. It is only a matter of time before Fetterman is made to resign from his post; his resignation is inevitable.
The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on Next News Network.