By: Sean Guay
Harrisburg, Pa – Pennsylvania Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman has been on a tirade, lashing out at Trump supporters and Pennsylvanians who disagree with Governor Tom Wolf.
This week when Candace Owens tweeted about the situation of an inflated COVID-19 death count in Pa, Lt. Governor Fetterman became defensive and accused her of inciting hatred toward Dr. Levine, Pennsylvania’s Secretary of Health.
After the death count in Pennsylvania was re-calculated, now reported as being 200 less COVID-19 deaths than the previous day, Fetterman referred to Dr. Levine as “someone SAVING LIVES.”
Yesterday Fetterman alluded to “50K fellow Americans dead,” in a tweet and added a quote to give the false impression that homosexuals will be “barred health care discrimination based on sex and gender identity.”
Fetterman’s tweet falsely insinuated that President Trump is taking health care away from LGBTQIA during the COVID-19 pandemic. He shamelessly used the pandemic body count to instill fear.
Fetterman further enflamed the situation by aggressively using the lords name in vein in a post on Facebook, yet again upsetting citizens who respect religious freedom. The post was shared by thousands of Facebook users. Fetterman has been accused of embracing Christianophobia.
Last week Dauphin County Commissioner Mike Pries responded to a tweet from Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman on Saturday. Fetterman has a history of trolling President Trump supporters on Twitter, and the Commission called out his inappropriate behavior in the tweet. Pries compared him to a “train as it speeds off the track,” and alerted the leadership of Pennsylvania.
And a few weeks prior to that Fetterman was tweeting his excitement to show off an inappropriate anit-Trump shirt from his political campaign. The shirt contained derogatory language.