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 September 23, 2022

PA Democratic Senate candidate John Fetterman becomes incoherent after 5 mins of speaking

Pennsylvania Democrat Senate candidate John Fetterman seemed incoherent again after giving a five-minute speech in Indiana County according to Breitbart News,

Fetterman ended his speech by pleading with the electorate to send him to the capital; however, like his earlier gaffes, he once more confused Washington, D.C. with New Jersey.

"Eliminate the filibuster, get things done," Fetterman said, seemingly in a struggle while speaking on the campaign trail.

An awkward pause followed in which he appeared somewhat confused before going on to say, "Send us back to New Jersey. Send me to D.C. for you."

He said, "New Jersey," and there was a chorus of laughter from the audience.

After the Fetterman campaign refused to make the results of his most recent cognitive test public, which looked to show a decrease after his stroke earlier this year, the speech was given. As reported by Breitbart News:

An article from the Inquirer explains that Fetterman’s campaign claims that the candidate for the United States Senate in Pennsylvania has taken a cognitive test, the results of which allegedly reveal that his brain is functioning normally for an adult of his age.

The Philadelphia Inquirer did not, however, receive any documentation of the results of his cognitive test. Nor did they inform the media who administered and scored the test.

The article explains that the Fetterman campaign “did not provide any documentation of the results, or make available to the media the speech therapist who administered the tests.” The cognitive assessment of the Democrat candidate comes after he suffered a stroke in May.

Written By:
Charlotte Tyler

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