You Believe What Defective Dem The Media Is Pushing To Run In 2024
The liberal media and Democratic Party are so desperate to find a candidate to challenge President Trump in the 2024 election that they are willing to look past the obvious physical and mental health issues of a 53-year-old stroke survivor. This desperation was on full display in an embarrassingly softball interview that liberal CBS Sunday Morning anchor Jane Pauley conducted with Democratic Senator John Fetterman this week.
Despite Fetterman recently being released from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center following treatment for depression, Pauley opted to gush over the Senator and his fashion choices. She even suggested that he could run for President, despite his wife reportedly saying his style was "appalling."
It's clear that the liberal media and Democrats are willing to overlook the obvious health issues of Fetterman in order to prop up a weakened Democratic candidate. This desperation is so great that CNN host Don Lemon recently said that former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley was "past her prime" at age 51. Clearly, the liberal media has a double standard when it comes to assessing the qualifications of different candidates.
The most concerning aspect of this whole situation is that Fetterman clearly has serious issues that should disqualify him from being a viable candidate for President—Or any office. He has had multiple strokes and needs to read closed captioning to understand what people say to him. He can barely speak and needs assistance to do his job as a Senator.
The guy just checked himself into the nut house FFS. Can you imagine this guy debating anyone?
It's obvious that the liberal media and Democratic Party are so desperate to find a candidate to run against President Trump that they are willing to overlook the obvious physical and mental health issues of a 53-year-old stroke survivor. It's a sad state of affairs when the only thing that matters is a candidate's political affiliation and not their ability to serve effectively.