Fetterman: MTG “runs on more & more dingaling, you know, pics…”

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Sen. John Fetterman attends Senate sessions dressed like an overgrown teenager. To accommodate him, Chuck Schumer lowered the standards of dress for him instead of asking him to dress appropriately.

Marjorie Taylor Greene responded.

“The Senate no longer enforcing a dress code for Senators to appease Fetterman is disgraceful. Dress code is one of society’s standards that set etiquette and respect for our institutions. Stop lowering the bar!” Marjorie Taylor Greene said on X.


Fetterman fired back at Greene with an incoherent message: “Thankfully, the nation’s lower chamber lives by a higher code of conduct: displaying ding-a-ling pics in public hearings.”

The media says the GOP sees him as the “revolting slob.”

Chris Hayes spoke with the severely brain-damaged Fetterman on his program and asked about the X spat with MTG.

“Her platform, you know, really, she runs on more and more dingaling, you know, pics, you know, on in the meetings over in Congress,” Fetterman said.

Okay then.


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Big John
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Big John
5 months ago

Chuck Schumer has once again insulted the American people by showing his, and his Democratic colleagues, utter contempt for the institution of the Senate, and the entire US Congress. By allowing the self admitted slob, Senator John Fetterman to dress like a sloven adolescent teenager, Schumer essentially spits on the storied history of great accomplishments made in the United States Congress. Schumer’s legacy in the Senate will forever be the stain of a destructive enabler.

Crotte
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Crotte
5 months ago

Fetterman the fool that imbeciles elected to congress.

Leanna
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Leanna
5 months ago

That doesn’t look or sound like Fetterman.

Bob
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Bob
5 months ago

Is this the same John Fetterman from 6 months ago? He looks different and speaks much faster than before. Has he recovered. You would think the media would be all over it. Odd?