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Senator John Fetterman (D-Pa.) has fumbled his words again.
Clad in an oversized Carhartt hoodie and a pair of shorts with sneakers — one of his outfits of choice for important functions — Fetterman met with President Biden and Pennsylvania Governor Josh Shapiro to discuss the collapse of a bridge on I-95.
Fetterman made some remarks regarding the collapse before introducing Rep. Brendan Boyle (D-Pa.) to the podium.
However, he didn’t call him by his name, Brendan Boyle, but rather “Boyle Bile.”
“Oh, it’s so bad,” Pat Gray comments, “and please can we stop with the basketball shorts and the hoodie and the sneakers? Come on, do you not feel underdressed at all?”
“You’re surrounded by everybody in a suit,” he adds.
However, Keith Malinak isn’t convinced this is the worst gaff we’ve seen from our politicians recently.
“Hold on a second, time out,” Malinak laughs, “that’s actually not as bad as Biden introducing a dead congresswoman.”
Fetterman was also recently caught calling I-95 a “major eatery” before adding that “Pennsylvanians are worried that the delays and repairs bring to its standstill deal.”
“Did Chris Christie eat 95? Is that what happened?” asks Gray.
“I mean, there’s nothing to say,” Malinak comments.
“We said it all during the campaign,” Gray agrees, “the guy’s not qualified. He can’t do this job, it's clear. And every time he speaks, he shows us again.”
“He’s just too injured,” he continues, “his brain is too injured to do this job.”
“He makes Joe Biden’s ‘God Save the Queen’ line look normal,” Malinak adds.
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