Senator John Fetterman Uses Graphic Sexual Language to Attack Efforts to Impeach Biden

Senator John Fetterman eschewed dignity in a recent interview and argued any attempts to impeach President Biden would be "bullshit" and one "big circlejerk."
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Senator John Fetterman (D-PA) eschewed dignity in a recent interview and argued that any attempts to impeach President Joe Biden would be “bulls***” and one “big circlejerk.”

Shrek’s doppelganger Fetterman made the remarks to reporters in his Senate office on Wednesday afternoon.

The Pennsylvania Democrat indicated that he isn’t the least bit concerned if Republicans launch an impeachment inquiry into the President over corruption allegations.

When asked about a potential inquiry, Fetterman sarcastically put his hands up and said, “Oooh, no, please, don’t.”

Which, incidentally, are likely the same four words he hears from his wife Gisele every time he walks out of a shower without a towel.

From there, he dared the GOP to make the move.

“If you’re gonna keep threatening it, then go ahead, just do it,” he said. “It would just be like a big circlejerk on the fringe right.”

For those needing an explanation as to what that term means, well, Google or Wikipedia are your friends.

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Fetterman Calls Out GOP For Impeachment ‘Circlejerk’

Senator Fetterman – again, this is a sitting Senator – went on to describe any impeachment effort against Biden while former President Donald Trump is facing several indictments as “bulls***.”

“Your man has what, three or four indictments now?” he said. “Sometimes you just gotta, you know, call their bulls***.”

“Nobody would respect it. Everybody would know that it’s bulls***,” Fetterman added. “It really would, it would diminish what impeachment really means.”

Perhaps his penchant for dope is starting to affect the man’s clarity, since Democrats thoroughly diminished the meaning of impeachment when they weaponized the proceedings against Trump.

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Fetterman Says Republicans Have A ‘Fetish’ For Hunter Biden

Aside from suggesting that the GOP would be engaging in an impeachment “circlejerk,” Senator Fetterman also claimed the right has “a fetish for Hunter Biden.”

“And if they really want to keep going at it, that’s up to them, but he’s not… on the ballot,” he stated.

Circlejerk? Fetish? Was his tablet on an Onlyfans account while talking to reporters?

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Incidentally, this interview with reporters was conducted inside his Senate office where Fetterman “used assistive technology to allow him to hear and respond to questions,” according to Business Insider.

There doesn’t appear to be any video available on social media. And yet Fetterman’s comments, according to multiple outlets, are clear, concise, and don’t feature a host of rambling words and mispronunciations.

Is the media cleaning up his quotes for him again?

It’s just odd when we’re so used to such soaring oratory from the good Senator like: “Hi. Good night everybody.”

Fetterman’s references to a “circlejerk” and “fetishes” aren’t the only time he appeared to emerge from a haze and just start acting in an unprofessional manner.

In April, he tweeted an image of himself holding a 4/20 flag in celebration of the stoner holiday, indicating his continued support for cannabis legalization.

And of course, Stoner Lerch constantly looks like he just rolled off the couch in his mother’s basement and was forced to go to work at a job he doesn’t really want.

Fetterman stood by his “circlejerk” comments later writing on X, “I said what I said.”

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