During a speech on infrastructure programs in Pennsylvania, President Joe Biden accompanied Democratic Senate candidate John Fetterman and his wife.
Biden said, “I was saying something nice about you … that’s why I went out. And no — but I’m saying we’re going to try like the devil, I’m going to keep you from having to — not having to decide to leave, I wish you didn’t.”
“John, thank you very much for running, I really do appreciate it. And Gisele, you’re going to be a great, great lady in the Senate,” Biden said to the Fettermans.
Following his odd remark, Biden paused while someone talked to him off-mic.
Numerous individuals feel that Biden was implying that Fetterman will retire from the Senate due to his deteriorating health following his stroke this year.
In a recent feature, Rolling Stone referred to Gisele Fetterman as “the de facto candidate.”
Monica Crowley, a former Trump Treasury Department employee, also commented on Biden’s statements, stating that persons with dementia frequently blurt out things that are being spoken around them.
“Biden’s dementia often has him blurt out what his handlers are planning… here he is, telling Fetterman’s wife that she’ll be a great, great lady in the Senate,” Crowley tweeted.
In a recent interview, Dr. Oz questioned the idea of this happening. Dr. Oz stated that something was in the works that may replace Gisele Fetterman’s husband in the Senate. And he stated that voters should be informed of this possibility before to the midterm elections in November.
Here is another video relevant to the aforementioned context:
Democrats want Fetterman in the U.S. Senate so that Joe Biden isn’t the only walking vegetable in D.C. https://t.co/D54BnUEk9E
— Michael Quinn Sullivan 🇺🇸 (@MQSullivan) October 20, 2022
After all, I believe Fetterman may be in a worse situation than Joe. He nearly passed away from a stroke not so long ago. He should be someplace receiving medical care, not running for Senate… However, he may be running for his wife.