Dr. Oz Serves Fetterman Supporters A Cold Dose Of Reality [Video]
Senate candidate Dr. Mehmet Oz warned voters to watch out for opponent John Fetterman's pro-crime policies. Oz explained that dangerous tide following Fetterman and the countless Democrats just like him. It was a cold dose of reality that voters needed to hear.
Dr explained on Laura Ingram's show that "John Fetterman has argued we should release one-third of all prisoners in Pennsylvania. He's bragged about all the murderers that he has pardoned. Yet Philadelphia has got the highest murder rate ever, and that's up 60% since he's been in office."
Dr. Oz continued, "In addition, he wants to legalize all drugs and create these heroin injection sites. We've got the largest open-air drug market in Kensington, in Philadelphia, in the country. And then he wants sanctuary cities with an open border and he doesn't understand that brings fentanyl into our communities. And Pennsylvania has been hit harshly. Top five in the country in fentanyl deaths."
"That's why when the Fraternal Order of Police endorsed me recently, it was unanimous. They were so angry at Fetterman," Oz explained.
Oz has offered a one-on-one debate several times but Fetterman has quietly refused. Instead, he's taken the AOC approach and has held his full campaign online, so far. Oz previously questioned Fetterman's health and wondered if that's why he refuses to meet on firm ground but the Dem refuses to respond.
Fetterman had a stroke earlier this year and many wonder if that's why he's been in hiding. Looking at his previous campaigns I'm not so sure that's it. It just doesn't seem like Fetterman gets out often.
Still, Oz is pretty sure that Fetterman is not being honest about his failing health saying, “if John Fetterman had ever eaten a vegetable in his life, then maybe he wouldn’t have had a major stroke and wouldn’t be in the position of having to lie about it constantly".
People have rushed to Fetterman's defense screaming that Oz was 'fat shaming' the Democrat. I guess they forgot that Oz was a doctor first and dedicated his profession to discussing weight loss and healthy eating.