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Last Friday, Pennsylvania Senator John Fetterman was interviewed by the New York Times over a range of topics, including his health and the state of Congress.
One question he was asked during his interview was whether "the political posturing in Congress ever made him cynical,” Pat Gray reports.
Fetterman’s answer can only be described as outlandish.
“Everyone here is cynical, of course, but we can fight for things that are meaningful,” responded the senator.
Seems normal enough — but then it got really weird.
“That we should have no hungry hanger hangry hanger hangry,” was how Fetterman finished his statement.
“That’s an exact quote,” says Pat, barely holding in his laughter.
“This is why we said he shouldn’t be in the U.S. Senate,” Pat says in reference to Fetterman’s pre-election stroke, “then if you bring it up, then you’re intolerant. You’re a hater. You don’t like people with disabilities.”
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