The Washington Post Editorial Board directly criticized the campaign of Lieutenant Governor of Pennsylvania and Senate candidate, John Fetterman, demanding he actually attend a public debate.
"Mr. Fetterman has seemingly been reluctant to commit to firm debate dates, and that troubling stance has raised questions about whether he, still recovering from a serious stroke, is fit to serve in the Senate," The Post’s Editorial Board explained.
The paper recounted that his opponent, Republican Dr. Mehmet Oz, has eagerly called for opportunities to debate, while noting that Fetterman appears to have dodged or kicked the can down the road.
The Post appeared sympathetic to Fetterman’s medical problems, but warned that they must be addressed straightforwardly if he wants to be elected to the U.S. Senate.
"Since returning to the campaign trail, Mr. Fetterman has been halting in his performances. He stammers, appears confused and keeps his remarks short. He has held no news conferences," The Post observed.
"The Fetterman campaign squandered credibility by concealing from the public for two days after his stroke that he had been hospitalized," it explained.
The WaPo still has a shred of integrity. It's not completely in the bag for the Dems. It's just MOSTLY in the bag.
Note: This essential parrots what pb posted here the other day...which Curt and isle mocked.