As with Nixon, Fetterman's problem is the cover up.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette editorial board on Sunday endorsed Republican Mehmet Oz in Pennsylvania’s hotly contested Senate race.
The editorial board cast Oz as a moderate who would stand up to the far right while raising concerns about Democratic nominee Lt. Gov. John Fetterman’s medical transparency after he experienced a stroke just before the state’s primary.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette endorsed [Republican Pat] Toomey in his reelection bid six years ago, and in 2020 the paper supported a Republican presidential candidate for the first time since 1972 when it endorsed former President Trump’s campaign.
The PPG has been comparatively sane in its endorsements in recent years, breaking it's 48 year blindspot in endorsing Dems for President in 020 because it cared too much for the country and refused to back "that feckless dementia-ridden piece of crap" who'd been hiding out in his basement.
The paper's turn against Fetterman reflects a strong anger felt by many Pennsylvanians toward Fetterman and the Pennsylvania Dem Smoke Filled Room which many see as trying to scam voters by lying about the degree Fetterman has been impaired by the stroke.
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