A new video of Pennsylvania’s Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman, who is running for Senate against GOP candidate Dr. Oz, is going viral and it shows just how bad his medical condition has become. In the footage, taken at a public speech, Fetterman is seen struggling to speak clearly and finish a simple sentence. This is clearly a man who is not well and yet he continues to run for the U.S. Senate.
There has been a lot of talk on social media about a video showing Pennsylvania Democrat John Fetterman struggling to finish a campaign speech.
The Western Journal reports, Pennsylvania Lieutenant Governor Fetterman, currently in office, suffered a stroke on May 13.
However, he has decided to continue the race for Pennsylvania Senate against Dr. Mehmet Oz, whose campaign was endorsed by Donald Trump.
As a result of a series of blunders and gaffes, many have questioned Fetterman’s suitability for office.
Here’s the video that went viral over the weekend.
Fetterman could be heard saying, “Send me to Washington D.C …to take on to make sure I push back against work to work.”
As we previously reported, Fetterman’s recent health complications were highlighted by a recent interview with Dasha Burns of NBC News. During the interview, Fetterman had a screen transcribing Burns’ questions.
Burn noted that Fetterman had difficulty speaking and “failed to find words.”
During the interview, Fetterman was pressed on his condition and if voters deserve to see his medical records or not.