Fawning Fetterman interview veers into surreal as CBS host suggests he could be presidential material

Now that he has been released from the hospital, Senator John Fetterman is undergoing additional rehabilitation with the Democratic Party’s media shills working hard to put concerns over his ongoing health issues to rest as he eases back into his new gig which he abruptly left after a mere month and a half on the job.

The Pennsylvania Democrat, who was discharged from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center on Friday, sat down with Jane Pauley for a  puff piece interview that aired on “CBS Sunday Morning” where he discussed his clinical depression and treatment and desire to make it up to his son for being hospitalized on his birthday in a tear-jerker guaranteed to tug at the heartstrings of gullible viewers too naive to comprehend that they are being manipulated emotionally.

As could be expected, Pauley laid in on thick, gushing over the hulking, tattooed everyman whose preferred wardrobe has much in common with a homeless vagrant as “A towering mayor with a Harvard degree and a penchant for hoodies and shorts. He was becoming a rising political star and an unlikely darling of the fashion world.”

Pauley was referring to Fetterman’s stint as the “towering mayor” of Braddock, Pa., a once-thriving blue-collar town that, like so many other Rust Belt burbs, has run into hard times as American manufacturing has been offshored, a town where the lovable lunk once threatened a black jogger with a shotgun, an incident that were he a Republican, would have been an instant career killer. But race-obsessed Democrats lined up in lockstep behind him anyway in a creepy display of the type of zombielike loyalty typically seen in cults.

But it got even deeper when Pauley went there, suggesting that the man who struggles to string together consecutive coherent sentences on his best days is Oval Office material.

“Your trajectory, from mayor to lieutenant governor, United States senator was still pointing up,” Pauley said. “At 53 in politics, that’s a young man. Can you have aspirations? Can you serve beyond the United States Senate?”

Fetterman ducked in his response.

“You know my aspiration is to take my son to the restaurant that we were supposed to go during his birthday but couldn’t becaue I had to check myself in for depression… and being the kind of dad, the kind of husband,” he said, reaching over to touch wife Giselle’s hand for effect, “and the kind of senator Pennsylvania deserves.”

Twitter reacted to Pauley’s fantastical suggestion that Fetterman could be a serious White House contender in the future.

“I am so happy to be home. I’m excited to be the father and husband I want to be, and the senator Pennsylvania deserves. Pennsylvanians have always had my back, and I will always have theirs,” the senator said after his release from the hospital on Friday.



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