Try as he may, Pennsylvania’s Lt. Gov. is no ex-con. But he does try to sell that look for every sympathy vote he can get.
From the cold gray or institutional green shirts, to the shaven dome, to the al-Qaeda-esque goatee sans ‘stash, to the ink that’s never seen the inside of a correctional facility.
Not bad for a guy with two masters’ degrees as well as living in his mom’s basement into his 40s, huh?
But in all fairness to His Fraudulent Feloniusness, he actually did have a singular run-in with the law.
As seen in the video below, Fetterman once thought he heard “Automatic weapons fire” (actually just kids shooting off bottle rockets). Fetterman pulls a shotgun on some black guy who was just out for a run.
If you’re curious, Fetterman was never charged for illegally detaining an innocent person (I think that’s called “Kidnapping”) or for threatening an innocent guy with a firearm.
But back to the topic at hand.
So how does the guy who wants to be the next US Senator from the Keystone State commemorate the 21st anniversary of the Islamist terrorist attacks on the United States?
Simple, he’s the headliner at a chop-unborn-kids-into-small-pieces event hosted by a professional cop-hater.
As reported by Chuck Ross of the Washington Free Beacon (emphasis mine);
Pennsylvania Democrat John Fetterman is holding a campaign event on Sunday, September 11, though not to commemorate the anniversary of the terrorist attacks. Instead, the Senate hopeful is holding a pro-abortion rally alongside an activist who supports the movement to defund police.
The “Women for Fetterman” event is aimed at showcasing the candidate’s support for “reproductive freedom” in the wake of the Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. Fetterman, who has said he does not support any limits on abortion, will appear with female lawmakers and Planned Parenthood president Alexis McGill Johnson.
The pro-abortion group has said it “supports efforts to defund and divest from the police” because of their “continued militarization and brutal treatment of Black people.” McGill Johnson said in September 2020 that “we must keep demanding change, including the call to defund the police.”