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Fetterman Hopes to Make Himself Seem Smarter by Going on ‘The View’

'I watch all my series closed captioned because I can’t sometimes understand accents that people are using and I don’t understand things... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Pennsylvania Democrat Lt. Gov. and Senate candidate John Fetterman will attempt to salvage his public image by going on The View and being lobbed easy questions, the Washington Free Beacon reported.

After a disastrous debate performance against Republican rival Dr. Mehmet Oz wherein he repeatedly stumbled over his words and failed to articulate coherent political positions, Fetterman is on a campaign to restore his credibility for office in the eyes of the public.

“Hi goodnight everybody,” Fetterman, who suffered a near-fatal stroke earlier this year, stuttered in his opening statement during the debate.

Now he is turning to the radical leftist power women on The View to restore his shattered image.

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Whoopi Goldberg and other women on the leftist TV show have already defended Fetterman at great length.

In an episode earlier this month, Goldberg claimed that voters do not need to know a candidate’s medical history and they should wait until after the election before they get to see his records. Co-host Sunny Hostin also joined in the fun.

“I watch all my series closed captioned because I can’t sometimes understand accents that people are using and I don’t understand things,” she said.

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It remains unclear how they will handle the clearly debilitated Fetterman, who wishes to be a U.S. Senator yet cannot listen to questions or generate answers.

Much of the drama surrounding Fetterman involved a recent report from MSNBC’s Dasha Burns, who, in a remarkable departure from the rest of the corporate media, actually noted Fetterman’s inability to listen to questions.

“Fetterman has always been an unconventional candidate,” she said, continuing to note that he is incapable of basic communication as a result of his prior stroke.

“But this was very different… you’ll hear him talk about needing closed captioning.”

“He still has lingering auditory issues as a result of a stroke,” she added.

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