The media bias displayed in favor of John Fetterman during his race for Senate in Pennsylvania knows no boundaries.
First, the media let Fetterman off the hook for over six months after his stroke, letting him claim without the release of any records that he had recovered enough to hold the job.
Then the editorial board of the Philadelphia Inquirer and its opinion columnists voted collectively that Fetterman had won the race’s only debate, despite his shambolic and halting performance. Remember this is the state’s largest newspaper,
After Fetterman’s stunning win, MSNBC hosts speculated on Fetterman “as a nominee at some point for president,” before later going on to say that he surpassed President Biden and former President Trump’s vote share in the state.
Jen Psaki, President Biden’s former press secretary and now an MSNBC contributor, then weighed in. She praised his authenticity. “You know who he is. You know who you are getting,” she proclaimed. This is a man who refused to release any of his medical records, claiming that one doctor of his said he was fit to serve.