Cringe Alert! Democrat John Fetterman Misgenders Himself to Appeal to Crowd at Abortion Rally
We’ve seen some cringy behavior from Democrats over the years, but one that happened earlier this week is definitely one of the most ridiculous.
John Fetterman, who is running for Senator in Pennsylvania against Dr. Mehmet Oz, purposefully “misgendered” himself at a rally in order to pander to the crowd.
John Fetterman calls himself “John FetterWOMAN” as crowd sits in utter bewilderment
The CRINGE will melt your face off.
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) September 12, 2022
Whenever I see Democrats try to pull stunts like this it just makes me cringe. Do they really think that people are that petty and gullible to just turn to putty in their hands simply because they did something stupid to try and make it seem like they are really serious about their cause?
John Fetterwoman? Really? That makes no sense at all. I guarantee you that he thought to himself, “They’re going to eat this up. I’m going to show them how much I support feminism by making a pink shirt which is girly colors, and changing my last name to Fetterwoman.”
Fetterman has come under more scrutiny recently after he declined to participate in all of the debates against Dr. Oz, but finally agreed to participate in one after Dr. Oz gave him a massive list of accommodations that he would provide Fetterman in order to make it very easy on him. His medical history has come under heavy scrutiny as well and people are demanding his medical records.
John Fetterman said he is committing to attending one debate with his Republican opponent, Mehmet Oz, in the closely watched battle for the Senate in Pennsylvania, but his campaign is still discussing accommodations for his auditory processing problems.
“We’re absolutely going to debate Dr. Oz, and that was really always our intent to do that,” Fetterman told POLITICO in an exclusive interview. “It was just simply only ever been about addressing some of the lingering issues of the stroke, the auditory processing, and we’re going to be able to work that out.”
Fetterman declined to specify which debate he will attend or provide an exact date for it, though he said it will “be sometime in the middle to end of October” on a “major television station” in the state.
He also said that the campaign is looking at the possibility of using a closed captioning monitor for the event so that he does not miss any words as he continues to recover from his stroke.