Fetterman’s Bizarre Babble: Hunger, Unions, & Kevin Costner?!

Senator John Fetterman of Pennsylvania seems to be giving President Joe Biden a run for his money (figuratively speaking, of course) when it comes to sounding coherent, even though they both seem a bit lost when it comes to knowing what day of the week it is. In a recent interview with the New York Times, Fetterman’s words had to be “lightly edited and condensed for clarity,” but even with the edits, it’s still a bit perplexing to understand what he’s trying to say.

When asked if the “political posturing” in Washington makes him cynical, Fetterman, in a bizarre turn of events, starts talking about hunger. It’s like he took a wrong exit on the highway of conversation. He mumbles something about how everyone in Washington is cynical (no surprise there), but then he jumps into a series of confusing phrases: “we should have no hungry,” “Hanger,” “Hangry.” It’s like he got stuck in some kind of word loop.

But wait, there’s more! Fetterman, demonstrating his cognitive issues, anticipates the inevitable reaction from Fox News and mentions it. It’s almost as if he’s let the cat out of the bag that he knows he’s not making a whole lot of sense. Yet, undeterred, he switches gears faster than a race car driver and starts talking about abortion. He claims to be fighting for “women’s reproductive freedom” and supporting unions. Okay, but what do unions have to do with abortions? It’s a head-scratcher.

In a moment of sheer brilliance, Fetterman suggests that Republicans should focus on birth control, saying, “You won on abortion. You won.” Wow, way to win hearts and minds by telling the opposition to have a “serious conversation about birth control.” Maybe Fetterman should have a serious conversation with himself about staying on topic.

When asked about the media’s interest in him, Fetterman responds with a rather self-deprecating comment about not understanding why his wife married him. It’s as if he’s trying to deflect from the fact that his policy positions are as clear as mud. Frankly, I can understand why he’s confused about his wife’s decision to marry him, considering his tendency to go off on tangents.

And speaking of tangents, Fetterman compares being a senator to getting a divorce, quoting Hollywood actor Kevin Costner. According to Fetterman, being a senator means you’ll be spending “50 percent less time with the people you love the most.” So, is being a senator like divorcing your family? That analogy seems a bit dramatic, even for Fetterman.

It’s worth mentioning that Fetterman’s struggles with coherence have been ongoing since he suffered a stroke during his campaign. It’s unfortunate, but these bizarre comments and struggles to gather his thoughts don’t exactly instill confidence in his ability to effectively represent his constituents.

Given Fetterman’s track record, perhaps it’s time for him to take a breather and gather his thoughts before speaking in front of reporters. Or maybe it’s time for the people of Pennsylvania to reevaluate their representation in the Senate. Either way, Fetterman’s confusing statements certainly provide plenty of material for late-night comedians to poke fun at.

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