Republicans only need to flip one seat to take back the Senate and oust Chuck Schumer from power.
Pennsylvania’s Senate race will be a major determining factor in how the chips fall on November 8.
And Democrat John Fetterman said seven words during Tuesday’s debate that left Chuck Schumer panicking.
Democrat Lieutenant Governor and U.S. Senate candidate John Fetterman’s campaign is tanking with less than two weeks left until Election Day.
Fetterman suffered a stroke in May that nearly killed him.
Even though Fetterman’s handlers claim he has recovered from the stroke, they’ve done their best to keep him out of public view as much as possible.
However, in the rare occasions where Fetterman is unable to avoid the press, it’s clear to anyone watching that he has not recovered from the stroke and suffers from severe mental impairment.
Aside from the questions surrounding his health, Fetterman’s campaign also took a dive after Republicans attacked him with ads showing voters his pro-criminal record, including advocating the release of one-third of all criminals held in jail.
With crime surging in Democrat-controlled cities across the country like Philadelphia, the issue has emerged as a top concern for voters.
And with the Midterms just around the corner, Fetterman’s medical condition combined with his pro-criminal policies have catapulted Republican candidate Dr. Mehmet Oz into first place.
On Tuesday, Fetterman faced off against Oz in the first and only debate before the elections.
And even with the assistance of closed captioning software, which had to be installed for Fetterman to be able to participate, his declining mental faculties were still on full display.
But it was Fetterman’s answer on crime that could have put the final nail in his campaign’s coffin.
Moderator Dennis Owens of WHTM asked Fetterman for a response to accusations that he is “dangerously soft on crime.”
“I believe that I run on my record on crime,” Fetterman said, before bragging about pushing gun control during his time as the Mayor of Braddock.
If Fetterman wants to run on his record on crime, then Chuck Schumer should enjoy his last couple of months as Senate Majority Leader.
Fetterman has one of the most pro-criminal records in America.
He supports ending life in prison for second degree murder convictions and releasing one-third of prisoners back onto the streets.
Not only that, but Fetterman pardoned several murderers in his role as Chair of the Pennsylvania Board of Pardons.
Fetterman’s pro-criminal record is the reason why Dr. Oz is now leading the race.
And Chuck Schumer is panicking after Fetterman encouraged voters to look at his record on crime.
Stay tuned to Right News Wire for any updates to this ongoing story.