Fetterman Comments On Carville


Decorium and professionalism seem to be a thing of the past.

Not that our elected representatives in DC never used foul language but never in a professional setting like it is now.

Recently, Senator John Fetterman (D-PA) began using foul language when discussing Democratic strategist James Carville’s criticism of President Biden.

Fetterman made the statement during a new interview with Politico.

Carville had been reporting that he’s worried about Biden’s poll numbers and the economy.

The Democratic Senator said that Carville shou “shut the f*** up.”

“Like I said, my man hasn’t been relevant since grunge was a thing. And I don’t know why he believes it’s helpful to say these kinds of things about an incredibly difficult circumstance with an incredibly strong and decent and excellent president. I’ll never understand that,” Fetterman said.

Policto noted that they spoke with Carville who hit back.

From Politico:

Asked if he’d like to respond, Carville said other Democratic senators “apparently haven’t gotten the memo yet” that he’s not relevant. “His colleague Sen. Casey asked me to host a fundraiser with him last week,” he said. “Sen. Brown asked me to go to Cleveland to campaign with him.” Of Fetterman, he added: “I’m glad he’s feeling better.”

Ouch, that backfired.

Fetterman did hold to his strong support of Isreal despite all the backlash he’s gotten.

When asked if he was surprised about the backlash Fetterman said, “I would be the last man standing to be absolutely there on the Israeli side on this with no conditions.”

Fetterman added that “Without destroying Hamas, there will be no enduring peace and a stable, two-state solution.”

When asked if Netanyahu should stay in power Fetterman said that he doesn’t have a vote in that and “that’s for the Israeli citizens” to decide.

Fetterman’s position on Israel is very different than what’s been happening on the ground.