NY Times Swoops in to Help Fetterman After Disastrous Debate
First the Philadelphia Inquirer, now The New York Times. The New York Times, AKA, The Toilet Paper of Record, swooped in and helped prop up John Fetterman after his disastrous debate performance.
Even CNN didn’t reach this far.
The Times Wednesday evening cited so-called doctors who claimed Fetterman’s slurred speech, inability to speak and his halting speech “didn’t reflect any cognitive impairment.”
“Doctors and disability rights advocates said John Fetterman’s debate appearance was inspiring for many disabled people and that his halting speech didn’t reflect any cognitive impairment. Even so, some Democrats are worried voters may see it differently.” The Times said.
Democrat candidate John Fetterman and Republican candidate Dr. Mehmet Oz squared off in the Pennsylvania Senate debate Tuesday evening. John Fetterman used a monitor to help him through Tuesday night’s debate and he still fell apart.
It doesn’t take a doctor to determine whether Fetterman has a cognitive impairment or not. Any person who watched the debate can plainly see Fetterman cannot speak properly after his stroke.
The Philadelphia Inquirer swooped in as well and absurdly claimed Fetterman won Tuesday night’s debate against Oz.
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