Senator John Fetterman (D-PA) made some very surprising statements about former President Donald Trump and it has him concerned.
The freshman Senator “speaking” with the New York Times told them that there has been a big fallout since Trump has been indicted and that he sees “Trump signs everywhere.”
“It doesn’t matter. I’m a senator, and I’m not sure how many times he’s been indicted. He’s been impeached twice. Has that changed anything? You’re still seeing Trump signs everywhere in Pennsylvania. You have to respect his strength in all of that,” he said.
“Trump would be very competitive in Pennsylvania. But Trump has to perform above his ceiling. I think there’s a hard ceiling in Pennsylvania he can’t get past,” Fetterman added.
The Senator said that he isn’t concerned about Biden.
“I’m not concerned about his age. And even if I was, who cares? There’s nothing you can do about his age,” Fetterman said. “I’ve spent enough time around him. He’s sharp, he’s aware, he is absolutely up to the task. I’ll be doing whatever his campaign asks of me. I know Pennsylvania, I’ve won Pennsylvania. I’ll be helping with whatever he asks.”
A recent Quinnipiac University poll has showed a tight race.
“In a head-to-head rematch, Trump edges out Biden by a single percentage point in the Keystone State, garnering 47 percent to Biden’s 46 percent support,” reported Breitbart News.
“Predictably, most Democrats, 94 percent, and Republicans, 89 percent, support their respective party’s potential nominee. However, Trump boasts a strong lead among independents in Pennsylvania, as more than half, 51 percent, said they would support Trump over Biden. Biden garnered support from 37 percent of independents — 14 points behind Trump,” it added.
Keep in mind though, since 2020 a lot of conservatives moved out of Pennsylvania and a lot of liberals moved in.
Multiple local and national news publications have reported that from 2020 forward, lots of people from New York and New Jersey moved to Pennsylvania (for communism lite). Traditional red counties like Lancaster (the heart of Amish country) saw a massive influx of liberal voters moving in.