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Calls Increase for Proof-of-Life from Reportedly Brain-Dead Fetterman

'This is smelling like Democrat dishonesty...'

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Calls for stroke victim Sen. John Fetterman, D-Pa., to produce verifiable proof-of-life have increased after a cryptic statement from his communications director failed to address dire claims about his boss’s health.

Fetterman, who consistently misled voters about his health problems before and during last November’s midterm election, has not been seen or heard from publicly since he checked into a hospital weeks ago, allegedly suffering from depression. A tweet over the weekend from conservative talk-show host John Cardillo called for an investigation into accounts that Fetterman was “essentially brain dead and it’s being hidden.”

Fetterman’s office on Monday tweeted only that the Senator was “doing well, working with the wonderful doctors, and remains on a path to recovery,” but failed to address the dire claim about Fetterman’s health.

The omission reportedly spurred Sean Logue, chairman of Pennsylvania’s Washington County Republican Party, to demand full transparency from Fetterman, refusing “to take assurances from the Office of the Senator or Democrat operatives that Fetterman is able to carry out his duties as Senator.”

He reportedly called “upon Senator Fetterman to appear on camera to show us he is alive and well.”

Now a growing chorus has taken up the call for Fetterman’s office to produce proof-of-life, or at least functional brain activity.

“Same thing we asked of Rep. David Scott, who was not seen in person or on media during an active campaign,” noted Caesar Gonzales, who ran an unsuccessful tilt against Rep. Scott, D-Ga., adding that Scott “voted by proxy on a $1.7T omnibus bill, and was heard but not seen during the Speaker Confirmation Hearings.”

Gonzales wasn’t alone in his concerns about the state of Fetterman’s health, with upset constituents also demanding more information.

Others claimed that Fetterman’s doctor, who allegedly tried to resuscitate his brain, had been silenced, despite trying to make the announcement.

Right on cue, the mainstream media swooped in to ensure Americans that Fetterman is “on the path to recovery” from his depression.

Joe Calvello, Fetterman’s communications director, noted that the recovery will be “a weeks-long process,” and as a result the media would not be getting any updates.

However, public patience is likely to wear thin if Fetterman’s mental health remains in its current state come summertime.

In his original post, Cardillo hinted that by failing to set a special election at least 90 days ahead of the Nov. 7 municipal elections, far-left Gov. Josh Shapiro would allow Fetterman—or his proxy—to remain in office for at least another year until the 2024 general election.

Headline USA’s Mark Pellin contributed to this report

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