Who’s working from Sen. John Fetterman’s office while the senator is in the hospital being treated for depression? We know that as soon as Fetterman checked in, his wife and kids hightailed it to Canada.
So, the American people have some questions and the Fetterman team is not known for its transparency.
According to an announcement from the Pennsylvania Capital-Star, U.S. Sens. Bob Casey and John Fetterman of Pennsylvania joined a bipartisan group of senators on Wednesday to introduce new legislation. The bill is aimed at preventing future freight train derailments like the one last month in East Palestine, Ohio.
How is Fetterman joining any new bill if he is in the hospital? Surely it’s time for the senator’s people to give an update on how things are being worked out?
All Adam Jentleson, Fetterman’s chief of staff, has done is talk about the ugliness of people on the right.
But it wasn’t the right that caused the senator to run an exhausting campaign after having a massive stroke.
When the press asked Jentileson about Fetterman’s involvement in this new legislation, he just did not answer and then blocked the reporter on Twitter.
“Why is the chief of staff of a United States Senator blocking people on Twitter who are asking about the Senator’s constitutional ability to vote on or introduce legislation?” Stephen Miller, a Contributing Editor at The Spectator, asked.
This is such a legitimate question given that they have such a history of keeping the truth from the public. If he has such a deep depression that his treatment is going to take a process of weeks, how is he being credited for writing new legislation?
Let’s not blame the right for asking questions; Fetterman’s own team has put him in the situation he is now.
Take a look at these posts:
There has been an uptick in ugliness from the right but as a window into how disconnected that junk is, and to give a sense of what is motivating those who bother to pick up the phone, this remains true: The top topic of calls to our office has been will wishes, every single day. https://t.co/N7nl1CCgBa
— Adam Jentleson (@AJentleson) February 28, 2023
And it’s getting worse:
Adam, who is co-signing and introducing Senate legislation from Senator Fetterman's office while he himself is currently hospitalized and under current medical observation?https://t.co/3P77DaZhK1
— Stephen L. Miller (@redsteeze) March 2, 2023