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MSNBC on Interview with Fetterman After His Massive Stroke: “He Had a Hard Time Understanding Our Conversations” (VIDEO)

Pennsylvania Democrat US Senate candidate John Fetterman is totally shot after his massive stroke in May.

Fetterman is running against Republican nominee Dr. Mehmet Oz in the 2022 US Senate race in Pennsylvania.

Fetterman can barely string a sentence together.

This is why he’s waiting until October 25 *after early voting has already started* to debate Dr. Oz.

MSNBC sat down for a one-on-one exclusive interview with John Fetterman and he had a hard time conversing with the news anchor.

MSNBC had a monitor set up so Fetterman could read the reporter’s questions because of his ‘lingering auditory processing issues’ from his stroke.

Fetterman is completely shot. He could not have a conversation with the news anchor prior to the interview.

“Just in some of the small talk prior to the interview, before the closed-captioning was up and running, it did seem that he had a hard time understanding our conversations,” MSNBC said.

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Fetterman’s condition is so bad that he had to use Google Meet during his interview with New York Magazine because it offers a closed-captioning feature.

Fetterman can’t even answer simple questions so how can he execute his duties as a US Senator??

MSNBC’s Chris Hayes late last month asked Fetterman how he was doing.

“I just wanted to check in and see how you’re doing,” Hayes said.

Fetterman’s response was remarkable.

John Fetterman: “It’s not about kicking balls in the authority or anything.”

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