DERANGED DEMS: MSNBC Floats John Fetterman For President

Really MSNBC?

According to a report from The Daily Wire, MSNBC is now rolling over the idea of Democrat and U.S. Senator-elect John Fetterman for a White House run in the near future.

“Fetterman as a nominee at some point for president, um, I know there are some variables, obviously,” MSNBC panelist Katy Tur said to Jen Psaki, Michael Steele and Andrea Mitchell. “But I just, you know, what he did in the super-red, deep red parts of Pennsylvania, and the way that he ran ahead of Biden, as you said, ran ahead of Trump, it just makes you wonder about his future.”

From The Daily Wire:

Fetterman, the 6-foot, 8-inch lieutenant governor and former mayor of tiny Braddock, Pennsylvania, eked out a narrow win over Oz despite a shocking performance in their only debate. Fetterman began the October 26 by telling viewers, “Goodnight, everybody,” and then proceeded to give a number of head-scratching answers that invited both pity and ridicule.

At one point, he was confronted with his past conflicting statements on fracking.

“I do support fracking — I don’t, I don’t — I support fracking, and I stand — and I do support fracking,” he stammered.

Speeches on the campaign trail have also included incomprehensible soundbites as Fetterman continues to rely on a closed captioning system to field and respond to questions.

“I think that anyone who ever plays football in high school was, you know, at kind of a trade out kind of football camp and there wasn’t any interest I have come play here,” he told a rally just prior to Election Day.

Fetterman defeated GOP opponent Dr. Mehmet Oz in a close midterm battle this week.

Watch the clip above.

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